Lab on a Chip
Published/Hosted by Royal Society of Chemistry.
ISSN (printed): 1473-0197. ISSN (electronic): 1473-0189.
Lab on a chip technology is exciting the interest of scientists in many areas. This technology can be used not only to synthesise chemicals efficiently and economically but also to carry out biological and clinical analyses, to perform combinatorial chemistry, and to carry out full-scale analyses from sample introduction to chemical separation and detection, on a single, miniaturised device. The journal Lab on a Chip will meet the growing information and communications needs of scientists working in this exciting area. Published quarterly in print and electronic form, the journal will be the preferred home for peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary, and cutting-edge primary reviews, papers and communications in this rapidly-evolving field, for both industrial and academic sectors. Lab on a Chip brings together papers about research and applications in all aspects of miniaturised chemistry and biology into one single resource. In addition, rapid times to publication - a target of 120 days from receipt of manuscript to publication - will ensure readers are kept abreast of the many ground-breaking developments lab on a chip technology now enables. Lab on a Chip will examine miniaturisation research, technology and its applications in chemistry, biology, physics, electronics, clinical chemistry, fabrication, engineering and materials science, aiding communication and collaboration across disciplines. It will cover key areas such as:Combinatorial chemistry, Synthetic chemistry, Biotechnology, Electronics, Analytical chemistry, Environmental monitoring, Medical diagnostics and screening, Clinical chemistry, Genomics, proteomics, cellomics (DNA probes, PCR), Pharmaceuticals, Materials science, Engineering, Fluidics, Reactor technology, Fabrication, Robotics, Waste minimisation.
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