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American Journal of Hypertension at NPG

Nature Publishing Group is now publishing the American Journal of Hypertension (AJH). The journal publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed articles in the fields of hypertension and related cardiovascular disease under the editorship of Michael Alderman, MD, and now has a new look, both in print and online. In celebration of the move to NPG, the online content of the journal is free site is free until 31 January. AJ H provides a forum for scientific inquiry of the highest standard and publishes articles on basic sciences, molecular biology, clinical and experimental hypertension, cardiology, neurophysiology and more. Visit AJH online to read the full aims and scope of the journal, including the guidelines for authors and for peer-reviewers.  Read more

Happy birthday Nature Photonics

Although it seems like yesterday to the editors, an entire year has passed since the launch of Nature Photonics in January 2007. To celebrate, the editors have created a web focus with selected highlights from the first 12 issues, which is available free to registered users until the end of May 2008. This content comprises an assortment of reviews, primary research papers, News and Views pieces, interviews and commentaries, showing the broad coverage that Nature Photonics has successfully achieved. In 2007, the journal published research papers reporting exciting results in topics spanning from quantum optics, plasmonics, photonic crystals, metamaterials and silicon photonics through to terahertz science, biophotonics and free-electron lasers, and many other areas besides.  Read more

Bone Marrow Transplantation special issue on myeloma

Bone Marrow Transplantation has published a special issue on myeloma, edited by Ray Powles, Kenneth Anderson, Jean Luc Harrousseau and Bhawna Sirohi, and freely available online. This special issue follows the recent approval of three new targeted therapies for myeloma. It gives guidance on how the sequence of treatments and supportive therapy can be combined to optimize the patient’s treatment pathway, to produce prolonged normal symptom-free survival.  Read more

The neuroscience gateway has moved

The Neuroscience Gateway has moved to a new URL, www.neuroscience-gateway.org. Building on the success of the gateway, developed in collaboration with the Allen Institute for Brain Science, Nature Publishing Group is now expanding the gateway in new directions. Please update your bookmarks to the Allen Brain Atlas.  Read more

Mucosal Immunology is published

Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and the Society for Mucosal Immunology (SMI) have launched a new journal – Mucosal Immunology (see previous Nautilus posts in February 2007 and June 2007). Dr Brian Kelsall of the National Institutes of Health is editor-in-chief of the journal, the first issue of which is now available online. To mark the launch, all content in the inaugural issue is available free of charge.  Read more

SciBX, a new electronic publication

Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and BioCentury Publications, Inc announce a new electronic publication, SciBX, that will distill and analyse newly published life-science research to help the translation of academic science into commercial products. The preview edition of SciBX (for Science-Business eXchange) is available from the organisation’s website: the publication will be distributed to subscribers every Thursday, starting on 31 January 2008.  Read more

Nature Publishing Group is publishing Obesity

From this month (January 2008), Nature Publishing Group is publishing the journal Obesity on behalf of The Obesity Society. The journal is re-launching with a new look and new editorial team, led by Editor in Chief Dr Richard N. Bergman, Chairman of the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and holder of the Keck Endowed Chair in Medicine.  Read more

Nature’s early archive is online

The historic moments in modern science reported in Nature can now be explored online. The archive of the first 80 years (1869-1949) of the journal Nature, the world’s foremost weekly scientific journal, is now live. Every article published in Nature, back to volume 1, issue 1 is now available online.  Read more

Backstory of Nature Geoscience papers

The latest journal in the Nature family, Nature Geoscience, introduces a section called Backstory, to celebrate the passion and endurance that geoscientists bring to their work. Each month, there is a question-and-answer piece at the back of the journal or on the journal’s website. Because earth scientists like to know exactly where a story is set, each backstory shows the globe from a different perspective, centred on the location of the field work.  Read more