Wiley-Blackwell Launches New Series of Interdisciplinary Publications
The individual WIREs titles will cover a broad range of topics across the life, physical, clinical, and social sciences:
- Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology – Launching 2009
- Computational Statistics – Launching 2009
- Systems Biology and Medicine – Launching 2009
- Cognitive Science – Launching 2010
- Climate Change – Launching 2010 (published in association with the Royal Meteorological Society and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG))
- Computational Molecular Science – Launching 2010
- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery – Launching 2011
- Developmental Biology – Launching 2011 (published in association with the Society for Developmental Biology)
- RNA – Launching 2011
"Collaborative research that crosses the boundaries of the traditional disciplines is essential to the success of the scientific enterprise," said Sean Pidgeon, Vice President and Publisher at Wiley-Blackwell. "The WIREs will emphasize the critical role of interdisciplinary scholarship and provide comprehensive, well structured, validated information to a broad academic, professional, and student readership."
Each WIREs title will initially be made available via complimentary online access to universities, businesses, libraries and other institutions.
For more information about WIREs and to opt-in to receive a complimentary institutional subscription, visit: www.wiley.com/wires
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