BioMagnetic Research and Technology: a new online journal

Safarik, Ivo; Safarikova, Mirka
January 2003
BioMagnetic Research & Technology;2003, Vol. 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on "BioMagnetic Research and Technology," an online journal which is designed as a forum for the disclosure and discussion of the whole spectrum of biomagnetic research and technology. Accordingly, the journal will bring various benefits to the readers and authors. It also mentions that there is a flat $500 charge fee for every article accepted in the journal.


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