What do immunology and robotics have in common? They've inspired new online journals from AAAS: Science Immunology and Science Robotics. Both will launch this year.
ABOUT THE JOURNALS
Science Immunology facilitates understanding of the immune system by showcasing advances in the expanding field of immunology. The journal draws from studies in all organisms and model systems, including humans, and offers a generous selection of articles on cancer immunology.
Science Robotics promotes advances in research and development of robotics by providing a central forum for the most exciting new discoveries. The journal covers robotics and associated advances in materials research, artificial intelligence, sensors, and human-machine interaction. Environments range from the human body to the factory, and from sea to space.
Each journal is expected to publish upwards of 150 original, peer-reviewed research articles per year, all with the same intellectual rigor found in Science itself.
Science Immunology Editor: Angela C. Colmone, Ph.D.
Science Robotics Editor: Guang-Zhong Yang, Ph.D., Director and Co-founder of the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, Imperial College London
Editor-in-Chief: Marcia McNutt, Ph.D.
Launch Editor: Katrina L. Kelner, Ph.D.
Science Immunology accepting submissions — March 2016
Science Robotics accepting submissions — April 2016
Publication of first Science Immunology issues — July 2016
Publication of first Science Robotics issues — September 2016
For more details about these high-profile journals, including their mission and scope, visit the Science Immunology and Science Robotics websites.