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 | 17 October 2011


Open Biology – a new open access journal

Today is the official launch of the Royal Society’s first wholly open access and online journal – Open Biology.

The new journal is publishing research in cell biology, developmental and structural biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, neuroscience, immunology, microbiology and genetics. It is overseen by a team of academic Subject Editors with support by an international Editorial Board. Professor David Glover FRS, Cambridge University has been appointed Editor-in-Chief.

Open Biology aims to have a turnaround time of 4 weeks from article submission to first decision.

Read more on the journal website.

One comment on "Open Biology – a new open access journal"

this is great news, this is a journal of great interest to me as a doctor, as it allows me to be aware of all current and new projects focused on human health, and to have this journal in the comfort of my laptop is fantastic.

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