Fernando Soto


Fernando Soto is a researcher at the University of California, San Diego, working under the supervision of Professor Joseph Wang. His research focuses on Nanofabrication, acoustically triggered trasndermal therapies and developing novel ways to power nanorobots using sound waves. He has won the XXIV National award for creativity (Mexico, 2010) and holds the Guinness World Records for the smallest working cannon (USA 2017)

Publons Academy

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Endorsed by Aída Martín upon completion of the Publons Academy. This endorsement signifies that the mentor believes Fernando is fully qualified to independently review manuscripts pre-publication.

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