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Invitation to submit a Theme proposal to Philosophical Transactions B

Philosophical Transactions B publishes topical themed issues, many of which focus on molecular and cellular biology, and the journal is keen to receive further Theme proposals from world top scientists working in these areas of science.

You could be the next Guest Editor of Philosophical Transactions B.  As a Guest Editor of the journal, you will have the opportunity to organize an issue dedicated to the topic of your choice, therefore creating a landmark resource in your field.  Other benefits include:

 ● The opportunity to invite, review and edit contributions to showcase the
    latest research, ideas and opinions.

●  The prospect of bringing together researchers from across traditional
    discipline boundaries in a unique model that offers the combined
     advantages of book and journal publishing.

●  Wide international readership through international subscriptions,
    PubMed and ISI.

●  An open access option and all papers made free one year after

●  High production values and efficient, friendly editorial office support.

●  Dedicated marketing and media promotion plans.

 ● The chance to contribute to a charitable organization that recognises,
    promotes and supports excellence in science.

To find out more about becoming a Guest Editor with Philosophical Transactions B, please visit our website or email your proposal to philtransb@royalsociety.org

Recent highlighted issues include:
●  Assembly chaperones in health and disease, edited by Roy A Quinlan
and R John Ellis

●  Organohalide respiration: using halogenated hydrocarbons as the terminal electron acceptor, edited by David Leys, Lorenz Adrian and Hauke Smidt
●  Single molecule cellular biophysics: combining physics, biochemistry and cell biology to study the individual molecules of life, edited by Mark C Leake

Related issues of the journal can be accessed via our dedicated cell issues web page.

Professor Tecumseh Fitch, Guest Editor of Pattern perception and computational complexity, says: "Editing a Philosophical Transactions Bissue was well worth the effort - the staff are helpful, professional and efficient; our issue has had real impact on the field.”

We look forward to receiving your Theme proposal soon!


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