Official Publication of the Federation
of American Societies for
Experimental Biology. Vol. 1, nos.1, 2 and 3,
Rockville, MD, 1987.

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), in an apparent attempt to make a greater impact on biological science, has replaced its Federation Proceedings with The FASEB Journal. No longer limited to abstracts and programs of annual meetings and occasional symposia, the new journal is designed to be interdisciplinary, comparable to Science and Nature but limited to biology. It aims to publish exciting and definitive new advances rapidly while reaching a large audience (with a circulation of 24,000). Scheduled to appear monthly, the publication is actually very similar in format to Science and Nature, including editorials, scientific news, book reviews, employment and general advertising, and more.

A sampling of the first few issues of The FASEB Journal, which debuted in July 1987, reveals...

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