American Chemical Society’s new journal, and its Wiki Friday, 10 February 2006 5:52 pmPosted by Dongmei in biology, chemistry, e-journals, science related news, wikis.
The world’s largest scientific society, American Chemical Society (ACS), US, has announced the launch of its new peer-reviewed publication, ACS Chemical Biology, a global forum for biologists and chemists working jointly to understand cellular processes. Editor-in-chief Laura L. Kiessling, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and MacArthur Foundation Fellow at the University of Wisconsin will lead ‘ACS Chemical Biology’.
The journal, available online at www.acschemicalbiology.org, offers interactive community features updated on a weekly basis, and is open to all scientists, including a WIKI forum, designed to encourage communication between chemical biology community members.
It’s interesting to notice how the STM (scientific, technological and medicinal) publishers start to make use of this new technology.
— from Knowledgespeak