Wednesday, January 9, 2008

ScienceDirect & Elsevier Focus

What's of interest from ScienceDirect & Elsevier?
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* New Journals in 2008:
- The Journal of Proteomics covers all areas of applied and basic research in Proteomics using multi-disciplinary approaches to unravel biological processes. Emphasis is placed on translational research and biomarker discovery in human, animal, micro-organism and plant systems. The journal provides a forum for activities in proteomics and helps strengthen the links between research scientists all over the world. Articles in Press are available on:
- Elsevier announced today (3/01/08) that it is launching a new journal, the Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering. The journal will be published bimonthly, and will focus on the advances in the rapidly expanding area of natural gas science and engineering. The first issue will appear in late 2008. cover the fields of natural gas exploration, production, processing and transmission in its broadest possible sense. The objective of the Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering will be to bridge the gap between the engineering and the science of natural gas by publishing papers by and for scientists and engineers working in any field of natural gas science and engineering
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