|Journal Name||Trends in biotechnology|
|Journal Start Year||1983|
|Journal Details||Journal Website|
Trends in Biotechnology publishes reviews and perspectives on the applied biological sciences: useful science applied to, derived from, or inspired by living systems.
The major themes that TIBTECH is interested in include
Bioprocessing (biochemical engineering, applied enzymology, industrial biotechnology, biofuels, metabolic engineering)
Omics (genome editing, single-cell technologies, bioinformatics, synthetic biology)
Materials and devices (bionanotechnology, biomaterials, diagnostics/imaging/detection, soft robotics, biosensors/bioelectronics)
Therapeutics (biofabrication, stem cells, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, antibodies and other protein drugs, drug delivery)
Agroenvironment (environmental engineering, bioremediation, genetically modified crops, sustainable development)
We particularly seek articles that are relevant to more than one of these themes. Additionally, we welcome articles on law and intellectual property, policy and regulation, bioethics, scientific communication, and the economics of biotechnology.
Reviews of mechanistic or phenomenological biology are generally not within TIBTECH's scope, although we do consider reviews of technologies developed from basic biology as long as there's an application in mind.
TIBTECH has a diverse audience that reflects its intentionally broad scope. Our readers include not only biologists but also engineers, chemists, pharmacologists, computer scientists, and physicians, and they work in academic, clinical, industrial, NGO, and governmental settings. Therefore, we emphasize accessible articles that are easy to read, and we encourage authors to keep in mind that many readers may not be familiar with their field's specific terminology.
For more of TIBTECH editor Matt Pavlovich's take on the journal's aims and scope, read his posts at CrossTalk, the Cell Press blog: "What I talk about when I talk about biotechnology" and "A data-driven map of biotechnology."
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The ISO4 Abbreviation of Trends in biotechnology is Trends Biotechnol.
An International Standard Serial Number is an eight-digit serial number used to uniquely identify a serial publication, such as a magazine. The ISSN is especially helpful in distinguishing between serials with the same title
"Trends in biotechnology" Journal Print ISSN : 0167-7799, and Online ISSN (eISSN) : 1879-3096
|Trends in biotechnology Print ISSN :||0167-7799|
|Trends in biotechnology eISSN :||1879-3096|
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Yes Trends in biotechnology is Indexed By UGC Care. you also can visit in UGC care list, may be they have updated their list. get a list of ugc approved journals.
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Yes the Trends in biotechnology is PUBMED Indexed Journal.
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Peer review means that a board of scholarly reviewers in the domain of the journal, review materials they publish for quality of research and adherence to editorial standards of the journal, before articles are accepted for publication.
It’s the ultimate litmus test for scientists and researchers to verify their findings.
When an article on an experiment and its hypothesis is submitted to a scholarly journal for publishing then it is meticulously tested.
If a journal makes an article goes through the process of ‘peer-review’ before being published then it is a peer-review journal.
Yes Trends in biotechnology is Peer-Reviewed Journal and Published by Elsevier Publication.
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