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On page 62/63 in the latest issue of the German language monthly magazine Laborjournal there is an article by yours truly about the video journal JoVE! As far as I can tell, there is no PDF version of the article out there on their website. I'll wait a little longer and then maybe I'll scan it and post it here. If you are in Germany and interested in the article, you probably have a hard-copy in your lab already anyway. Here's the cover of this month's issue. Click on it to go to the table of contents:



The article describes the procedure of submitting and ultimately publishing your methods with JoVE. It's a step-by-step instruction to make sure everybody here in the German-speaking countries knows how to get published in the leading video journal.
Posted on Friday 06 March 2009 - 18:59:41 comment: 0
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