Green Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials for a Sustainable Environment

Closes 20 March, 2024

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Journal: Recent Patents on Nanotechnology
Guest editor(s): Anish Mariadhas


Green nanotechnology (GN) might wind up being the most efficient platform for achieving the goals of the 2030 Agenda. The goal of GN is to create goods and procedures that are secure, energy-efficient, waste-free, and emit fewer greenhouse gases. Such goods and procedures use renewable resources, and/or their environmental impact is minimal. GN also refers to production techniques that are both economically and environmentally viable. Green chemistry, sustainable engineering, and green manufacturing are some of the other terms that are frequently used in conjunction with green nanotechnology. Green chemistry's concepts can be used to create safer and more environmentally friendly nanomaterials as well as environmentally friendly nano production procedures. Conversely, by utilizing nanotechnology to make manufacturing more environmentally friendly, the concepts of nanoscience can be applied to promote green chemistry. Therefore, the main objective of this special issue is to publish outstanding research/review papers presenting the latest research in green nanotechnology and their applications in environmental which may play crucial role in SDGs.


• Carbon Nanotechnology,• Polymer and Ceramic Nanotechnology,• Nano-biosensors, Nano Bioengineering, Nano mechanical devices,• Environmental Remediation Applications

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