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Monthly Archives: May 2016
SpringerOpen launches multi-disciplinary, broad-focus cancer journal, Cancer Convergence.
In a new article in Journal of Cheminformatics, researchers present “Ask Ernö,” a self-learning system for analyzing NMR data.
Interview with Pierre Ladevèze—Editor-in-Chief of Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences
Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences (AMSES) covers topics within the Computational Engineering Sciences field. In this interview the journal’s Editor-in-Chief Pierre Ladevèze tells us more about himself and why he launched the journal. He gives some submission advice and more.
The Editor-in-Chief Sang M. Lee provides insight on International Journal of Quality Innovation, open access, and its impact in Asia.
SpringerOpen Editor-in-Chief Ken Ono wrote a book, and consulted on a new movie, about his mathematical idol.1
The Journal of Organization Design (JOD) is the official journal of the Organizational Design Community. Editors-in-Chief Børge Obel and Charles C. Snow, talk about the journal and their thoughts on open access.
The conference season truly kicks off for our open access chemistry journals in the coming months with many conferences filling up our calendars, take a look below. It would be fantastic to meet some of our Editors and authors so please let us know if you will be attending or stop by the booth. May… Read more »
Open questions in pediatric orthopedics and traumatology, which find answers in the Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics
Prof. Fritz Hefti, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics (JCOR) shares some interesting topics discussed in the journal’s recently published issues.
Henning Madry, Editor-in-Chief of JEO shares his thoughts on the open access publication and its achievements since it first launched.