Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2001 14:31:44 -0400 (EDT)
Please note that Biospectroscopy is comprised of backfile volumes. The last
issue is Volume 5, Issue 6 (1999).
(NJ Editor 30 November 2005)
The primary goal of Biospectroscopy is to create a single forum for
molecular spectroscopists working on biological problems
and for bio-researchers who wish to use spectroscopy to advance their
research. The principal role of Biospectroscopy is to
provide a unique focus on the use of spectroscopy for understanding more
about biological molecules.
Biospectroscopy has been conceived as a resource for the growing number of
molecular spectroscopists interested in biological
applications and researchers in biological areas interested in keeping
current on the use of molecular spectroscopy for
The journal is international in scope and outreach and publishes six times
each year. The editorial staff encourages the
submission of original, high-quality articles, research notes, mini-reviews
and rapid communications. We encourage the
publication of mini-reviews devoted to developing areas of biospectroscopy,
and interested authors should contact one of the
Editors prior to submission for further information. We also encourage the
use of color when it enhances the information content or clarity of figures
and illustrations. Submissions of manuscripts to the journal may be sent to
any of the Editorial offices, listed in each issue.
Available by subscription only.
Editor: Laurence A. Nafie