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Bioinformatics and Biology Insights


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Editor in Chief's Invitation to Contribute

On behalf of the Editorial board I invite you to submit your next article to Bioinformatics and Biology Insights, an open access electronic journal published by Libertas Academica.

The main goal of the journal is to publish high quality papers, which foster the scope of bioinformatics for biological applications and increase the accessibility for biologists.

Accordingly, the journal not only publishes peer reviewed Original Research Reviews, Commentaries, Methodology articles and Short Reports. We are also happy to accommodate Meeting Reports, Turorials and Short Letters.

Advantages of Publishing

  • Visibility: high on-website open access visibility and indexing in Pubmed, Chemical Abstracts Service, Directory of Open Access Journals, EBSCO Academic Search Complete, EMBase, Google Scholar, Intute, OAlster, Open J-Gate, Pubget, Pubmed Central, SCOPUS, Socolar 

  • Speed: just 21 days average to first editorial decision including two high-quality peer reviews

  • Service: accessible professional staff

  • Author rewards: submit more than one paper over 365 days and high-priority processing and production and progressively higher levels of article processing fee discount

What Do Your Colleagues Say?

"My experience with Libertas Academica was excellent. The review process was smooth and speedy. After publishing, I received a kind and favorable response from a reader. I have never experienced such a comment after my publications to orthodox journals." -Dr Hiro Koshiyama.  More testimonials...

Read more about preparing your manuscript for submission and watch a video on how to submit it.

Yours sincerely,
Dr Erich Bornberg-Bauer
Bioinformatics and Biology Insights

Our Service Promise

  • Prompt Processing (Average 3 Weeks)
  • Fair & Constructive Peer Review
  • Professional Author Service
  • High Visibility
  • High Readership
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