Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (JMM) primarily covers experimental work, however relevant modelling papers are considered where supported by experimental data. The journal is focussed on all aspects of: -nano- and micro- mechanical systems -nano- and micro- electomechanical systems -nano- and micro- electrical and mechatronic systems -nano- and micro- engineering -nano- and micro- scale science Please note that we do not publish materials papers with no obvious application or link to nano- or micro-engineering. Below are some examples of the topics that are included within the scope of the journal: -MEMS and NEMS: Including sensors, optical MEMS/NEMS, RF MEMS/NEMS, etc. -Fabrication techniques and manufacturing: Including micromachining, etching, lithography, deposition, patterning, self-assembly, 3d printing, inkjet printing. -Packaging and Integration technologies. -Materials, testing, and reliability. -Micro- and nano-fluidics: Including optofluidics, acoustofluidics, droplets, microreactors, organ-on-a-chip. -Lab-on-a-chip and micro- and nano-total analysis systems. -Biomedical systems and devices: Including bio MEMS, biosensors, assays, organ-on-a-chip, drug delivery, cells, biointerfaces. -Energy and power: Including power MEMS/NEMS, energy harvesters, actuators, microbatteries. -Electronics: Including flexible electronics, wearable electronics, interface electronics. -Optical systems. -Robotics.