New Rochelle, May 14, 2012Disruptive Science and Technology, a new groundbreaking, peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, has officially released its inaugural issue. Spearheaded by Alan J. Russell, PhD, Highmark Distinguished Career Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, the Journal presents new and innovative results and thorough syntheses and analyses focused on front-line concepts that will improve the way we live. Papers in the inaugural issue explore new paradigms in scientific publishing, treatments for sepsis, and temperature regulation, as well as advances in vaccine development, microfluidics, and nanodiamonds. The inaugural issue is free on the Disruptive Science and Technology website at http://www.disruptivescience.com.
"Our main focus is to publish world-class papers that challenge the status quo and bring about new innovations and discoveries that will better our lives," says Dr. Russell. "Disruptive Science and Technology provides a custom-designed forum for the publication of breakthrough science and engineering that has the capacity to dynamically improve our society."
Offering original articles accompanied by personal video interviews with authors, the Journal provides an up-close-and-personal view into the extraordinary discoveries presented by developing a direct relationship between reader and author. Readers will become participants in a unique multimedia platform that allows for dialog among a community of top academic scientists, corporate innovators, business leaders, and futurists who provide unique and fascinating views on the science and technology that will shape our future. The Disruptive Science and Technology editorial board is comprised of a group of renowned experts and opinion leaders in innovation, science, health, technology, and business. The complete multidisciplinary editorial board can be viewed on the Journal website at http://www.disruptivescience.com.
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