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Toxicology Research is now indexed in PubMed Central®

We are delighted to announce that Toxicology Research is now indexed in PubMed Central® (PMC). We are very excited by our acceptance, as it will offer greater discoverability and visibility to our authors. The journal can be accessed on the PMC site here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/3424/

Papers published in 2018 and going forward will be deposited in the archive by the Royal Society of Chemistry and will be available after a 12-month embargo. Additionally, we have retrospectively deposited all papers in the journal from 2016-2017 as well.

PubMed Central® is a free archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM) and offers permanent free access to its content.

 

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NanoTox 2018 – 9th International Conference on Nanotoxicology

NanoTox 2018 – 9th International Conference on Nanotoxicology will take place this year between 18th-21st September 2018 at Dorint-Hotel Neuss, Germany.

The special focus of NanoTox 2018 will be “New tools in risk assessment of nanomaterials” such as read-across, grouping and categorization. This event will offer a platform for all interested scientists, industry partners and regulatory bodies to discuss the latest results and developments in nanosafety research.

The full list of plenary speakers is available on the conference website including the portal to submit posters and register before the deadline below.

Key deadlines:

Last Minute Poster Submissions 29 June 2018

Early Bird Registration 20 July 2018

Appearance in the list of participants 31 August 2018

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Recently published collection “Advances in Experimental and Regulatory Toxicology”

We are very pleased to announce the publication of a themed collection titled Advances in Experimental and Regulatory Toxicology.

This is a collection of papers consisting of invited contributions to honour the contributions made to toxicology by Professor Iain Purchase and Dr Cliff Elcombe. The British Toxicology Society (BTS) readily agreed with the guest editorial team that it would be appropriate to publish a special collection in their journal as a mark of respect and appreciation of the contribution of Iain Purchase and Cliff Elcombe made to the science of toxicology, primarily but not exclusively through their involvement with the Central Toxicology Laboratory (CTL).

The contributors represent a range of scientific excellence, some having worked at CTL or had collaborated with scientists in CTL. Others are scientists whose success in solving toxicological problems represent the ambitions of Iain Purchase and Cliff Elcombe in their approach to addressing toxicological problems. Guest Edited by Brian Lake, Lewis Smith and Sam Cohen.

You can see the entire collection here.

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Congratulations to BTS Congress Poster Prize Winner

Heather Wallace presents Nathan Goldsmith with his award.

The BTS Annual Congress was held in Newcastle on April 16-18th. Toxicology Research was honoured to sponsor one of the poster prizes of the congress, which was presented at the Congress Dinner.

The winner was Mr Nathan Goldsmith, Public Health England. His poster was titled “The presence of tobacco specific nitrosamines in the urine and saliva of cigarette users transitioning to electronic cigarettes“.

His award was presented by the Editor-in-Chief of Toxicology Research, Professor Heather Wallace. Congratulations to Nathan!

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Will you be at the BTS Annual Congress in Newcastle?

Will you be at the BTS Annual Congress in Newcastle, April 16-17, in Newcastle, UK?

The BTS Annual Congress 2018 programme has a strong speaker line-up this year which hopes to draw in excess of 250 delegates, all key members within the field of toxicology. Toxicology Research will be sponsoring two student poster prizes, so best of luck!

In addition, I will be giving a presentation on Tuesday Apr 17, 12-12:30 pm, on ‘How to get Published’, please do join me as I offer some valuable insight into the world of science publishing along with some editors top tips.

Rebecca Brodie

Rebecca Brodie, Deputy Editor, Toxicology Research

Please feel free to get in touch with me before the conference to arrange a meeting: toxres-rsc@rsc.org

I look forward to meeting you in Newcastle!

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