LONDON, 9th April 2018
Future Markets Inc., the publisher of Nanotech and Graphene, are launching state-of-the-art digital archives of both titles in partnership with digital publishing experts Exact Editions.
Nanotech is the world’s leading nanotech business magazine. Published monthly, each issue contains in-depth articles on the latest nanotech innovations with contributions from prestigious companies, as well as features on the latest nanotech products and industry news. As such, academics, students and researchers alike can instantly browse and search the archive, which includes every issue back to 2012, to discover important developments of the nanotechnology industry over the last few years.
Graphene is the world’s only Graphene and 2D Materials business publication. The archive, which features all published issues stretching back to 2015, allows individual and institutional subscribers to delve into the industry topics such as; government policy news, the latest global regulatory initiatives and current business and commercialisation activities.
Exact Editions’ digital platform for institutions ensures that every issue of the two archives is covered by the advanced search functionality. Users can search for terms in a page, issue, decade or even the complete archive, and across web, iOS and Android platforms. Each page of every issue of the archives appears just as vibrantly in digital format as it did when first published in print.
Nanotech is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:
Graphene is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:
Future Markets Inc’s Linda Ericsson said of the archives launch:
“We’re delighted to offer the full archives of both titles for new and existing subscribers. Nanotech-based products show no sign of abating, and I know that students, academics and researchers will benefit from these two invaluable digital resources.”
Exact Editions’ Managing Director Daryl Rayner said:
“We are thrilled to have Nanotech and Graphene on board with their complete archives. Both titles look excellent in their digital format on mobile devices, and will be a valuable scientific resource to individuals and institutions alike."