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At the crossroads of biomacromolecular research: highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the field

At the crossroads of biomacromolecular research: highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the... Due to their complexity and wide-ranging utility, biomacromolecular research is an especially interdisciplinary branch of chemistry. It is my goal that the Biomacromolecules subject area of Chemistry Central Journal will parallel this richness and diversity. In this inaugural commentary, I attempt to set the stage for achieving this by highlighting several areas where biomacromolecular research overlaps more traditional chemistry sub-disciplines. Specifically, it is discussed how Materials Science and Biotechnology, Analytical Chemistry, Cell Biology and Chemical Theory are each integral to modern biomacromolecular research. Investigators with reports in any of these areas, or any other dealing with biomacromolecules, are encouraged to submit their research papers to Chemistry Central Journal. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Chemistry Central Journal Springer Journals

At the crossroads of biomacromolecular research: highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the field

Chemistry Central Journal , Volume 1 (1) – Feb 19, 2007

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2007 by Livesay
Subject
Chemistry; Chemistry/Food Science, general
eISSN
1752-153X
DOI
10.1186/1752-153X-1-4
pmid
17939851
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Abstract

Due to their complexity and wide-ranging utility, biomacromolecular research is an especially interdisciplinary branch of chemistry. It is my goal that the Biomacromolecules subject area of Chemistry Central Journal will parallel this richness and diversity. In this inaugural commentary, I attempt to set the stage for achieving this by highlighting several areas where biomacromolecular research overlaps more traditional chemistry sub-disciplines. Specifically, it is discussed how Materials Science and Biotechnology, Analytical Chemistry, Cell Biology and Chemical Theory are each integral to modern biomacromolecular research. Investigators with reports in any of these areas, or any other dealing with biomacromolecules, are encouraged to submit their research papers to Chemistry Central Journal.

Journal

Chemistry Central JournalSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 19, 2007

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