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31/03/2015

Call for Papers on High Throughput Drug Screening

The Editorial Board of the Biomedical Data Journal (BMDJ) issued a Call for Papers on High Throughput Drug Screening.Editor: Yixin Zhang, BCube, Dresden, GermanySubmission deadline: 1 July 2015Anticipated publication in BMDJ vol.1, no.2: 1 September 2015
26/03/2015

CfP on Crisis Management Policies, Organisation and Capabilities

Call for Papers for a special issue of Information & Security: An International Journal on Crisis Management Policies, Organisation and Capabilities, related to the FP7 DRIVER project.Editors: Isabelle Frech, Fraunhofer INT and Todor Tagarev,...
25/03/2015

Case Studies in Organizing for Cybersecurity

Information & Security: An International Journal (I&S) issued a Call for Papers for a special issue on Organizing for Cybersecurity: National Case Studies Editors: Prof. Sean Costigan, The New School, New York, and Prof. Todor Tagarev, IT for...
25/03/2015

Standing Call for Papers for the Biomedical Data Journal

On a continuous basis the Biomedical Data Journal accepts submissions in fields, different from those covered by active calls for papers. Once your paper is accepted and prepared in its final camera ready version, it will be openly...
24/02/2015

Issue # 2 of the Biomedical Data Journal is out

Issue # 2 of the Biomedical Data Journal is now online. It presents datasets on computational drug discovery, pancreatic cancer and cardiovascular disorders. See the full issue at http://www.biomed-data.eu/issue/drug-repositioning-pancreatic-cancer-and-...
12/01/2015

The pilot issue of the Biomedical Data Journal is online

The pilot issue of the Biomedical Data Journal (BMDJ) is now available online. Edited by Prof. Constantinos Pantos, the pilot issue presents the rationale for launching a data journal in the biomedical field and the foundations of our editorial policy,...
07/01/2015

The Winter 2014 issue of Connections now online

The Winter 2014 issue of Connections: The Quarterly Journal is now available online. For this issue, the PfPC Editorial Board selected contributions addressing the impact of China’s rise, Russian thoughts on the series of “color revolutions” and the Arab...

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