- 1st February. Portland Press adopts Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC-BY) for Open Access papers
- HAPPY NEW YEAR! - FREE ONLINE JOURNAL ACCESS UNTIL 1 FEBRUARY 2013
- NEW Bioscience Reports Digitized Archive Package
- Bioscience Reports Impact Factor Up!
- We are pleased to welcome Dr Nicola Gray (MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, University of Edinburgh), to the Bioscience Reports Editorial Board.
- Bioscience Reports welcomes Professor Des Richardson to the Editorial Board
- See who has cited a paper at a glance - new!
- New! Online Comment facility
- Follow Portland Press now on Twitter
- Meetings and awards
- Customized searching and alerting facility
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1st February. Portland Press adopts Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC-BY) for Open Access papers
Portland Press Limited, the not-for-profit publishing subsidiary of the Biochemical Society, has today announced that it will invite authors to use the CC-BY (Creative Commons Attribution) licence for papers published in its two Gold Open Access journals ASN NEURO and Bioscience Reports. This allows authors to comply fully with recent changes in funding body policies.
This change in licensing arrangements also applies to papers published under the Opt2Pay (Gold Open Access) option in Portland Press's hybrid journals, which include the long-standing, core title the Biochemical Journal, Biochemical Society Transactions and the clinical research publication Clinical Science.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR! - FREE ONLINE JOURNAL ACCESS UNTIL 1 FEBRUARY 2013
As a New Year's gift to our readers, The Biochemical Society and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Portland Press Limited, a not-for-profit publisher, have announced that all of its subscription-based journals, including Bioscience Reports (papers published prior to Open Access conversion) have been made entirely free to access online until 1st February 2013.
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Biochemical Society Transactions
Essays in Biochemistry
Biochemical Society Symposia
NEW Bioscience Reports Digitized Archive Package
Following the success of the journal's conversion to Gold Open Access, Portland Press is pleased to announce the addition to its portfolio of the 'Bioscience Reports Archive'. During its 30 year existence, Bioscience Reports has published high-level research of lasting significance (Cited Half-Life 9.8 years) to the biomolecular community and for the first time Institutions are now able to purchase access to this legacy product as a yearly subscription or can choose to purchase the archive outright in its entirety.
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Bioscience Reports Impact Factor Up!
The Bioscience Reports Editorial Board and its publishers Portland Press Limited are delighted to announce that the latest Impact Factor, released by Thomson Reuters in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports on 28 June 2012, has increased to 2.379
The Journal, now fully Open-Access, is owned by the Biochemical Society and is supported by an international Editorial Board headed by Professor Wanjin Hong (A*STAR, Singapore).
We are pleased to welcome Dr Nicola Gray (MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, University of Edinburgh), to the Bioscience Reports Editorial Board.
Dr Gray's work examines how mRNAs are regulated at the level of translation and the consequences of their mis-regulation. Her current projects in the laboratory investigate translational control events that contribute to reproductive health with a focus towards understanding normal and dysfunctional gametogenesis and early development.
Bioscience Reports welcomes Professor Des Richardson to the Editorial Board
We are delighted to welcome Professor Des Richardson, Professor of Cancer Cell Biology and NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow, to the Bioscience Reports Editorial Board. Working at the University of Syndey, Professor Richardson's major contributions to cancer research are focussed on understanding the role of iron in cancer cell proliferation and the development of novel anti-tumour agents known as iron chelators. Indeed, these studies have resulted in highly promising and potent anti-cancer drugs and are subject of a suite of active national patents.
See who has cited a paper at a glance - new!
Papers now provide links to citing papers through the CrossRef linking service
Our Online Comment facility for users enables you to post a comment on a paper.
Simply select the "Add a comment" link from the box in the top right-hand corner of the paper, log in to My BSR, then submit the Comment form.
|FOLLOW PORTLAND PRESS NOW ON TWITTER
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Customized searching and alerting facility
Bioscience Reports will offer a customized searching and alerting service. You will be able to build and save your own customized searches (based on keywords, subjects of interest, authors) and also choose to be alerted by email whenever new content (including Immediate Publications) is published that matches your search criteria. Make sure that you are kept up to date with the very latest research published in the Journal.
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Spread the word
Don't forget you will be able to share articles published in Bioscience Reports with your friends and colleagues. Simply click on the 'email this article to a friend' link. You will be able to add your own comments and send the article to up to ten people.
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