Morgan & Claypool to expand into Life Sciences.
The new publishing program will retain the same electronic format and will focus on the such subject areas as: cellular and molecular biology, neurosciences, biotechnology, genetics, genomics, systems biology, stern cells, proteomics, structural, communication and computational/bioinformatics, among others. Pricing has not yet been set.
The company's Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science is a digital collection of 50-100 page lectures that summarize relevant research or emerging development in engineering and computer science. Content covers a wide range of topics including AI and machine learning, biomedical engineering, signal processing, environmental science, energy, computer architecture, materials and devices, power electronics and RF/microwaves, among others. Individual reports can be purchased for $35-40 each. The Library was launched in 2005.
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|Date:||Feb 16, 2008|
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