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Canadian Journal of Botany to be renamed Botany

NRC Research Press is pleased to announce that, beginning January 2008, the Canadian Journal of Botany will be changing its name to Botany.
This name change will solidify the journal's position as an international journal for plant biology. [more]

RP takes two environmental journals fully electronic, beginning in January 2008

Two "green journals," the Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science and Environmental Reviews, will return to their environmental roots in 2008 by publishing exclusively on electronic media. Clients will receive a 20% bundled discount when they subscribe to both journals.

Fishing for oil
fossil of a fish

An oil exploration company found something much rarer when taking core samples in Alberta. When split open, the core sample revealed the fossil of a fish from the Cretaceous period, 96 million years ago. The newly discovered fossil fish appears in the June 2007 issue of the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

Open access compliance

NRC Research Press journals are compliant with open access policies of top international granting bodies, including the US National Institutes of Health, the Wellcome Trust, the UK Medical Research Council, the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale in France, and others. The Press allows authors extensive rights to archive pre-prints and post-prints of their manuscripts (6 months after publication). According to the SHERPA project on open access, NRC Research Press is a "green" publisher, offering authors the highest level of archiving rights.