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September 21st, 2007

Nanomedicine Journal Wins Prestigious Award And Is Accepted For Coverage In MEDLINE

Abstract:
Future Medicine Ltd announced that its journal Nanomedicine (ISSN: 1743-5889) has won the Highly Commended award in the ALPSP Best New Journal category. This follows on from the news that Nanomedicine has also been selected for coverage in MEDLINE.

Earlier this year Nanomedicine was also accepted for coverage in ISI® services after the publication of only five issues.

The ALPSP judging panel cited several reasons for the award including; 'a response to the development of a new scientific community', 'increased use of tables and illustrations', 'a strong in-house editorial team' and 'good links with authors'.

Source:
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