国际期刊Clays and Clay Minerals专辑Clay Healthcare Materials征稿
This work is also dedicated to the 5 anniversary (2017-2021) of the foundation of Qing Yang Institute for Industrial Minerals (QYIM, www.qyim-cn.com).
祝贺 青阳非金属矿研究院 成立五周年
世界名校 澳大利亚 昆士兰大学 Li LI博士 倾力征稿和编辑
国际期刊 Clays and Clay Minerals专辑-Clay Healthcare Materials 征稿 （粘土生命健康材料）
The aims of Special Issue- Clay Minerals for Healthcare Materials:
Is to collected 15 or so papers (internationally) highlighting latest research pushing clay minerals to be used for healthcare materials.
Topics for this issue include, but not limited to:
1. New approaches/ strategy to make nano-clay minerals and clay-based biocomposites
2. Clay minerals and clay-based biocomposites for drug delivery, immunotherapy, cancer therapy
3. Clay minerals and clay-based composites for wound treatment, tissue engineering and antibacterial
4. Interface and surface chemistry of nanoclay minerals and clay-based biomaterials
5. Nano-toxicology and metabolism of nanoclay minerals and clay-based composites
The deadline for manuscript submission: July 30, 2021.
On-line Submission starts: from Feb 1, 2021
Publication month of the Issue: estimated around Oct 2021
Calling for paper: is also partly in collaboration with the 5th World Forum on Industrial Minerals (WFIM-5，第五届世界非金属矿科技和产业论坛,2021.10. 中国安徽省青阳), Qing yang, Anhui, China, which is planned held in the mid of Oct, 2021 Chaired by Dr. Will P Gates and Dr. Hong Ping He.
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Guest editor of the SI: Dr Li Li, The University of Queensland，Australia;
Associate Editor of Clays and Clay Minerals
Professor Chun Hui Zhou, Zhejiang University of Technology; China
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