New ACS, RSC Journals: materials, biometals & quantitative biosciences

Check out the first articles published in new journals from ACS and RSC.

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (American Chemical Society) – The new international forum for applied materials science and engineering

Focusing on how newly-discovered materials and interfacial processes can be developed and used for specific applications. Topics include: advanced active and passive electronic/optical materials, coatings, colloids, biomaterials and bio-interfaces, polymer materials, hybrid and composite materials, friction and wear

Integrative Biology (Royal Society of Chemistry) – A new journal of quantitative biosciences from nano to macro

Focusing on biological processes, mechanisms and phenomena through quantitative enabling technologies at the convergence of biology with physics, chemistry, engineering, imaging and informatics. Topics include biochemical gradients to study migration and chemotaxis; nanofluidics to study polymer properties; integrative modelling of molecular, cellular or tissue processes; nanotechnologies, devices and systems for exploring and elucidating biological systems; synthetic biology; biomimetic systems; and high-throughput approaches for systems biology.

Metallomics (Royal Society of Chemistry) – A new journal covering the research fields related to biometals

Covering the research fields related to biometals and is expected to be the core publication for the emerging metallomics community as they strive to fully understand the role of metals in biological, environmental, and clinical systems. Topics include: structural analysis of metallomes including the survey and identification of metalloproteins/enzymes; bioimaging and biosensing of metalsi including analysis of diagnostic and therapeutic radiometals; chemistry of metallomes and metallome models: their structures, functions and mechanisms; certified reference materials for biological and environmental analysis; and chemical evolution of life.

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