Akadémiai Kiadó’s science methodology journals on ScienceOpen

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If you understand terms such as pharmacokinetics, liquid chromatography and HPLC, we have a treat for you – a brand-new ScienceOpen featured collection on science methodology! ‘Methods by AKJournals’ launches the new partnership between ScienceOpen and Akadémiai Kiadó (AK) (see our Press Room for the announcement) as the first of five AK’s collections  on ScienceOpen in the fields of psychology, life sciences and scientific methods. This collection brings together three AK’s interdisciplinary, now Open Access journals, with a special focus on microscopy/imaging, nanoscience and chemical analysis.

ScienceOpen’s customized search engine increases the discoverability of these publications on its platform of over 56 million article records thanks to an interactive environment of dynamic sorting and filtering tools. Interactive features such as community curation, article reviews and recommendations create a forum for researcher engagement and scientific cooperation.

ScienceOpen and Akadémiai Kiadó hope that the ‘Methods by AKJournals’ collection will be helpful to researchers across disciplines – from life to materials scientists. We invite you to discuss, share and engage with this diverse content by using the myriad of tools on our interactive platform.

‘Methods by AKJournals’ includes the following publications:

Resolution and Discovery: a Gold Open Access, peer-reviewed journal covering all kinds of microscopy in materials science and in life sciences, as well as new developments and microscopy techniques. The journal provides a forum for the publication of original research in subject areas such as structure and imaging of biomolecules; microscopic applications in plants, microorganisms and environmental sciences; microscopy in carbon-based materials, semiconductors and magnetic materials; advances in 3D imaging and tomography electron diffraction techniques and analytical microscopy; correlative microscopy, and more. Papers submitted are subject to single blind peer review performed by two independent reviewers. Papers accepted for publication by the Editorial Board are subject to editorial revision.

Nanopages: a peer-reviewed journal whose primary goal is to disseminate the newest results of nanotechnology research. Experimental as well as theoretical contributions are considered. Works which may promote the transfer of new scientific results to application-oriented development are especially welcome. It is expected that revealing structure-property relationships and developing novel materials and methods will help in achieving this goal.

Acta Chromatographica: an Open Access, online only, peer-reviewed journal that publishes research in every field of chromatography, including theory of chromatography; progress in synthesis and characterization of new stationary phases; chromatography of organic, inorganic and complex compounds; enantioseparation and chromatography of chiral compounds; applications of chromatography in biology, pharmacy, medicine and food analysis; environmental applications of chromatography; analytical and physico-chemical aspects of sample preparation for chromatography; hyphenated and combined techniques; chemometrics and its applications in separation science. Acta Chromatographica is the journal of the Institute of Chemistry, University of Silesia.

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