Scientific journal, Nanoscale celebrates its 10th Anniversary, listing Wearable multifunctional sensors using printed stretchable conductors made of silver nanowires, published by Dr. Yong Zhu and Dr. Shanshan Yao, as a top cited article since the journal launched in 2009.
Dr. Zhu teaches Micro/Nano electromechanical Systems (MAE 536) for students interested in the fundamentals and the applications of micro/nano sensors and actuators. His long-term goal is to advance nanoscience and nanotechnology by improving the understanding of nanoscale material behavior. Co-author Shanshan Yao is a former Ph.D. student who has stayed on as a postdoc student in Dr. Zhu’s current group.
Nanoscale is known for publishing exceptional research across nanoscience and nanotechnology, in addition to a full mix of research articles on experimental and theoretical work, including reviews, communications and full papers.
The article can now be found in Nanoscale’s 10th Anniversary: Top Cited Articles online collection.