|Journal Name||Life Sciences Society and Policy|
|Abbreviation||Life Sci Soc Policy|
|Journal Start Year||2005|
|Impact Factor||1.222 (2018)|
|Subject||Arts and Humanities|
|Sub Subject||Arts and Humanities|
|Country||United States (US)|
|Journal Details||Journal Website|
Impact factor :
The purpose of Life Sciences, Society and Policy (LSSP) is to analyze social, ethical and legal dimensions of the most dynamic branches of life sciences and technologies, and to discuss ways to foster responsible innovation, sustainable development, and user-driven social policies. LSSP provides an academic forum for an engaged scholarship at the intersection of life sciences, philosophy, bioethics, science studies, and policy research, and covers a broad area of inquiry both in emerging research areas such as genomics, bioinformatics, biophysics, molecular engineering, nanotechnology, and synthetic biology and in more applied fields such as translational medicine, food science, environmental science, climate studies, research on animals, sustainability, science education, and others.
The goal is to produce insights, tools, and recommendations that are relevant not only for academic researchers and teachers, but also for civil society, policymakers, and industry, as well as for professionals in education, health care, and the media, thus contributing to better research practices, better policies, and a more sustainable global society.
Established in 2005 as Genomics, Society, and Policy, the journal has gradually expanded its area of research and critical reflection, particularly encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and now developing along with four main directions:
As all the topics in scope and disciplines are addressed from an international and global perspective, the journal welcomes submissions from all countries and regions around the world on a broad range of subjects, including quantitative or qualitative research and case studies. The editors also welcome suggestions for thematic series.
Topics addressed through contributions within the journal might include, but will not be restricted to:
The journal has an international multidisciplinary editorial board with leading academics in the fields of ethics, philosophy, bioethics, social sciences, genomics, political science, sociology, and economics.
The abbreviation of the journal is Life Sci Soc Policy. find all journal abbreviation lists from the abbreviation list.
The Journal has been published since 2005.
Springer is the publisher of the Life Sciences Society and Policy. find all journals list from Springer publisher, click here for a list of journals.
The journal is currently publishing 16 volumes with the help of Springer publisher.
"Life Sciences Society and Policy" journal Print ISSN : 2195-7819,
Yes this journal is indexed in UGC Journal list. you also can visit in UGC care list, may be they have updated their list. get a list of ugc approved journals.
Yes the journal is PUBMED indexed journal.
Yes this journal is peer reviewed journal and published by Springer.
The Journal is indexed in Pubmed, Scopus, UGC (University Grants Commission).
The Journal Impact factor is 1.222 (2018).
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