Call for Papers
We are pleased to invite submissions of Research articles to be considered for our new series "Engineering Biology", guest edited by James Collins, Sophien Kamoun, Nicola Patron, Pamela Silver and James Wells. This series will include Research articles, alongside Reviews and Q&As covering the recent advances in the design and manipulation of biological systems, as well as new tools and technologies inspired by biology.
Protein Quality Control at Membranes
We are pleased to invite submissions to our thematic series “Protein Quality Control at Membranes”. Under the Guest Editorship of Anne Bertolotti, Ramanujan Hegde, Peter Walter, and Jonathan Weissman, the series explores how protein quality control is ensured at membranes, as well as why quality control is needed in the first place. It includes Research articles, Reviews and Q&As. The series is open for submissions of research articles that bring fresh insights into the causes and consequences of protein misfolding at membranes, as well as papers that report new methods or techniques of broad interest.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our thematic series “New Tools for Neurobiology”. Under the Guest Editorship of Michael Stryker, Mu-ming Poo, Joshua Sanes and Leslie Vosshall, the series features invited reviews, Q&As and commentaries on new methods of observation and analysis that are enhancing our understanding of the complex workings of the brain. We will consider methodology manuscripts that report a new method or technique of broad interest, or a significant improvement on an existing method that will accelerate discovery. Learn more on the series’ website.
We are pleased to invite submissions to our thematic series “In the Light of Evolution”. Under the Guest Editorship of Brian Charlesworth, Jonathan Howard, Laurence Hurst, Philip Ingham, Alexander Johnson, Marc Kirschner, Eugene Koonin and Sean Munro, the series features invited reviews, Q&As and commentaries exploring how evolutionary principles applied across the spectrum of biology can shed light on a diverse range of topics from molecules to ecosystems.