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Now’s the time to expand your nanotechnology library

Probably because I’m an IEEE member — see their Nanotechnology Council and journal — I’ve just received the nanotechnology book catalog from Wiley. This 16-page catalog shows that Wiley, long a leader in high-quality technical publishing, is probably the dominant force in nanotech books today. To save 20% on orders through October 31, 2006, use this URL and promotion code:

URL: http://www.wiley.com/promo/f5f7a
Code: W7783

There are a few books listed which aren’t really nanotech (e.g., RF MEMS, Introduction to Bioethics). One benefit of using the paper catalog rather than the website is that new books and bestsellers are clearly identified. In the Nanomaterials and Nanostructures category, there are plenty of new books, but only one bestseller: the classic Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing, and Computation, well-known to longtime Nanodot readers.

While you’re at it, request a sample copy of the journal Small (free reg. req’d). —Christine

One Response to “Now’s the time to expand your nanotechnology library”

  1. Phillip Huggan Says:

    Thx for the sample issue, Christine.

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