This special issue is dedicated to current research activities on materials science in Finland. The issue provides a collection of outstanding contributions from diverse research groups on the recent progress on silicon and silica nanomaterials, DNA nanotechnology, micro‐/nanomotors, biomass‐based nanostructures, nanocellulose, 2D layered materials, atomic‐layer deposition, superhydrophobic surfaces, and microrobots, from University of Helsinki, Aalto University, VTT, University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, Tampere University of Technology, and University of Eastern Finland.
The Special Issue was recently published in the Advanced Materials' (IF = 19.8) webpage and can be found in here
Volume 30, Issue 24, June 13, 2018
Altogether, this issue will hopefully provide novel knowledge and important background on the advances in Materials Science in Finland and their potential applicability over a wide range of fields and disciplines, which are already tremendously impacting and revolutionizing science worldwide.
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