1) Journal of Molecular Liquids
The journal includes papers in the following areas:
Simple organic liquids and mixtures
Surfactant solutions (including micelles and vesicles) and liquid interfaces
Colloidal solutions and nanoparticles
Thermotropic and lyotropic liquid crystals
Water, aqueous solutions and other hydrogen-bonded liquids
Lubricants, polymer solutions and melts
Molten metals and salts
Phase transitions and critical phenomena in liquids and confined fluids
Self assembly in complex liquids. – Biomolecules in solutio...
2) Cell Reports
The Cell Reports Portfolio includes gold open-access journals that span life, medical, and physical science. Our mission is to make cutting-edge research and methodologies across disciplines available to a wide readership.
Cell Reports publishes high-quality papers across the entire life sciences spectrum. The primary criterion for publication in Cell Reports is new biological insight.
Cell Reports features cutting-edge research, with a focus on a shorter, single-point story, called a report, in addition to a longer research article format and resources. Resources highlight significant technical advances or major informational data sets that provide new biological i...
3) Nature Genetics
Nature Publishing Group
Nature Genetics is a monthly journal publishing the best research from across the field of genetics, with our broad scope ensuring that work published reaches the widest possible audience. All editorial decisions are made by a team of full-time professional editors.
Nature Genetics publishes the very highest quality research in genetics. It encompasses genetic and functional genomic studies on human and plant traits and on other model organisms. Current emphasis is on the genetic basis for common and complex diseases and on the functional mechanism, architecture and evolution of gene networks, studied by experimental perturbation.
Integrative genetic topics comprise, but are not limited to:
4) Annual Review of Biochemistry
Annual Reviews Inc
The Annual Review of Biochemistry, in publication since 1932, sets the standard for review articles in biological chemistry and molecular biology. Since its inception, these volumes have served as an indispensable resource for both the practising biochemist and students of biochemistry.
The Annual Review of Biochemistry was the creation of Stanford University chemist and professor J. Murray Luck. In 1930, Luck offered a course on current research in biochemistry to graduate students. In designing the course, he said he felt "knee-deep in trouble", as he believed he was sufficiently knowledgeable in only a few areas of biochemistry. He considered the volume of research to be overwhel...