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Drew Smith, Phd
12-10-2003, 06:52 AM

I am pleased to pass on to you news from The Royal Society of two new

1. Modelling in biomechanics: A thematic issue compiled and edited by J
van Leeuwen and P Aerts
Published September 2003
The special volume provides an introduction, an historical overview and
recent developments in this area of science.

2. Proceedings: Biological Sciences and its electronic companion
Biology Letters publish high quality cutting-edge research. Proceedings:
Biological Sciences - in print and online - publishes papers within five
months of receipt. Biology Letters - primarily online with regular print
supplements - takes twelve weeks from initial receipt to online publication.

For further information, please go to the Society's website:
www.pubs.royalsoc.ac.uk or contact Felicity (felicity@tou-can.co.uk).


Drew Smith, PhD
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