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The aim of naturalSCIENCE

Are researchers to be like priests of old, practitioners of secret rites? Or are they to come out and explain themselves so that we may judge them? Joe Rogaly, Financial Times (London), January 4, 1997

February 1997: naturalSCIENCE seeks contributions from scientists in all fields. It is not, however, for authors who write only for a handful of fellow specialists. Even less is it for those who write merely to beef-up their cv. Rather, it is for those whose particular knowledge gives them an insight into questions with implications beyond a narrow specialization and who wish to communicate that insight to a wide audience. To those scientists, we extend a warm invitation to "come out and explain themselves."

naturalSCIENCE is not a peer reviewed journal, but provides an open forum where qualified individuals are invited to comment on technical articles that we have published. Thus, it is hoped that most articles will stand, not alone, but as one of a collection of papers on the same topic from which the reader may obtain a broader perspective and draw surer conclusions.

To all those who are our potential authors, I invite you to consider being among our first contributors. To all those, both scientists and non-scientist, who are our potential readers, I invite you to pay an occasional return visit to naturalSCIENCE over the next few months to see what is on offer.

Thank you for your interest in our project.

Alfred Burdett, Publisher
publisher@naturalscience.com


For further information on submitting a contribution to naturalSCIENCE, please see the Author Guide



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