Navigation Links
Elsevier launches Bioscience Hypotheses
Date:6/9/2008

London, UK, 9 June 2008 Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, is pleased to announce the publication of Bioscience Hypotheses (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/17562392), a new journal for radical hypotheses on topics throughout the life sciences.

The aim of the journal is to stimulate innovation by choosing work that is interesting and challenging, and provides a clear and coherent argument with a testable conclusion. Bioscience Hypotheses is edited by Dr William Bains, biotechnology entrepreneur and innovator, and visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge.

The journal welcomes papers that:

  • deliver new insight into the understanding or application of biology that could be of interest to a wide life science readership

  • are clear, coherent, and lay out an argument that is easy to follow

  • are not incompatible with known fact (although they may contest the interpretation of those facts)

  • provide an interpretation, hypothesis or solution that is testable.

Papers that do not provide a means of testing their conclusion, or differentiating their conclusion from other explanations, will be rejected. Papers that provide some preliminary data (itself perhaps not sufficiently robust to be published as an independent paper, but nevertheless rigorously collected) will be welcomed. However, preliminary data are not a requirement for publication, and Bioscience Hypotheses is not a forum for new experimental results unless they are supporting a broader theoretical structure.

Papers are not subject to standard peer review, but are selected by the Editor on the basis of the criteria laid out above. The journal explicitly does not publish papers addressing medical issues, which should continue to be directed to the sister journal Med
'/>"/>

Contact: Samantha Savalio
s.savalio@elsevier.com
44-207-424-4392
Elsevier
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Institution of Chemical Engineers chooses Elsevier as publishing partner
2. Elsevier announces new journal partnership for 2008
3. Elsevier launches new journal: Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering
4. IdentiPHI Re Launches SAFmodule Software to Secure Novell(R) Networks
5. IdentiPHI Re Launches SAFmodule Software to Secure Novell(R) Networks
6. $22 million gift from Alfred Taubman launches new biomedical research institute
7. BioMed Central launches Biology Image Library
8. Arizona State University launches biofuel initiative with BP and Science Foundation Arizona
9. UW launches cutting-edge DNA fin-printing project for salmon
10. SLIM Search Launches Academic Pricing Program
11. EMD Serono launches easypod, new electronic growth hormone injection device
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/11/2014)... eastern New South Wales, Australia when NASA,s Aqua satellite ... on July 11 (12:35 p.m. local time/11:35 p.m. EDT ... South Wales (NSW), the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) ... and spotted smoke (light brown) from various fires. Actively ... in red. , The New South Wales, Australia Government ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... The University of Chicago is creating a new ... at the University,s Institute for Molecular Engineering and ... million donation from the Millicent and Eugene Bell ... will reside within the Institute for Molecular Engineering. ... research project at the MBL,s Eugene Bell Center ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... researchers at the National Institute of Standards and ... their work more effectively, they often prove that ... was the case recently for M. Lorna De ... the growing specialization of glycomics. Glycomics is the ... glycans that are attached to proteins and lipids ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):New professorship in tissue engineering links molecular engineering, marine biology 2
... fuel emissions, planting new forests, or managing existing forests ... ability to act as a carbon sink. Research published ... Management shows that although planting trees alone is unlikely ... a significant effect in the longer term. Rik ...
... Rochelle, NY, April 7, 2008 The American Medical ... of women in medicine and the improvement of women,s ... ) as its official journal. Journal of Womens Health ... Inc ( http://www.liebertpub.com ). We are proud to ...
... documentary An Inconvenient Truth is a powerful example of ... audience. What is up for debate is whether it ... caused by human activities. Climate change experts express their ... in articles just published online in Springers journal, GeoJournal. ...
Cached Biology News:Forests' long-term potential for carbon offsetting 2Scientists debate the accuracy of Al Gore's documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth' 2
(Date:7/11/2014)... GENEVA , July 11, 2014 ... pleased to announce the appointment of John P. ... Campus Biotech   in  Geneva . ... on Campus Biotech in Geneva , ... internationally recognised neuroscientists. John P. Donoghue , founder ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... 10, 2014 Women in the ... to an additional family planning option. Sayana® Press ... at all levels of the health system and ... a widely used contraceptive—Pfizer’s Depo-Provera® (depot medroxyprogesterone acetate)—with ... is the first of four African countries expected ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... Terascala, the industry leader in HPC ... former vice president of product management for Flexera Software, ... marketing. Terascala’s software when combined with leading compute and ... performance and most reliable solutions for processing big data. ... expansion and broaden its product portfolio. His leadership in ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... July 10, 2014 EvoDerma ’s NOOME ... This rejuvenating device now comes with a second treatment cup ... time. , The new cup is thinner on the edges ... to target rough, thin and uneven surfaces on the face, ... for a stimulating treatment on areas such as the cheeks ...
Breaking Biology Technology:John P. Donoghue is Taking the Lead at the Wyss Center and is Appointed Professor at EPFL and University of Geneva 2John P. Donoghue is Taking the Lead at the Wyss Center and is Appointed Professor at EPFL and University of Geneva 3Injectable Contraceptive Launched in Burkina Faso to Expand Choice and Address Unmet Need 2Injectable Contraceptive Launched in Burkina Faso to Expand Choice and Address Unmet Need 3Injectable Contraceptive Launched in Burkina Faso to Expand Choice and Address Unmet Need 4Injectable Contraceptive Launched in Burkina Faso to Expand Choice and Address Unmet Need 5Injectable Contraceptive Launched in Burkina Faso to Expand Choice and Address Unmet Need 6Terascala Expands Executive Team 2Terascala Expands Executive Team 3Introducing a New Bonus Treatment Cup for EvoDerma’s NOOME Anti-Aging Motion 2
... largest series of business-to-business IT events, is coming to Milwaukee again ... tradeshow and exposition will feature both global and Wisconsin-area technology companies. ... Gateway , Juniper Networks , Agilent , ... Solutions and Road Runner Business Class and other ...
... Middleton-based Bone Care International Inc. announced on Wednesday that ... , ,Genzyme and Bone Care have signed a definitive agreement ... all-cash transaction valued at $33.00 per fully diluted ... Bone Care's shareholders at a meeting on June 30, and ...
... bypass around Fond du Lac, Wis., opens later this ... a bridge like no other in the country. ... help to speed bridge-deck construction Externally, the bridge ... concrete deck reinforced with a novel fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) ...
Cached Biology Technology:Polymer grid technology a boon for bridges 2Polymer grid technology a boon for bridges 3
...
...
... is >95%NEN Radiolabeled Ligands\n\nReceptor-related research has long ... new radiolabeled ligands selected to keep pace ... range of products and services for receptor ... state-of-the-art radioligands. If you do not find ...
... DNase (patent pending) was developed using a protein ... the DNA binding pocket of wild-type DNase I. ... protein for DNA. The result is a versatile ... DNA, and an ability to maintain at least ...
Biology Products: