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"A-IMBN Research"

A-IMBN Research was launched at http://www.natureasia.com/A-IMBN. A-IMBN Research is produced jointly by the Asia-Pacific International Molecular Biology Network (A-IMBN) and NPG Nature Asia-Pacific, the Asia-Pacific wing of Nature Publishing Group (NPG).

A-IMBN Research will provide short 'Research Highlights' of interesting, recently-published articles authored by members of A-IMBN, or by researchers who are based at one of the 18 A-IMBN supporting institutions. A-IMBN currently includes supporting institutes in Australia, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, New Zealand, Singapore, and Thailand.

The website, which is hosted on NPG Nature Asia-Pacific's powerful multilingual website at www.natureasia.com, will cover all of the leading journals in molecular biology and biotechnology, some lesser known titles, and leading interdisciplinary journals. Articles will be recommended to be featured by an international Advisory Committee of A-IMBN and by NPG and selected by an A-IMBN editorial board, and Research Highlights will be written and edited by a team of professional NPG-selected science writers and editors. Initially A-IMBN Research will publish new Highlights monthly, but is expected to move to a more frequent publication schedule as the service develops.

A-IMBN Research is one of the first examples of NPG Nature Asia-Pacific's custom publishing service, which helps institutions in the Asia-Pacific region raise their profile and awareness of their best research. The launch of A-IMBN Research continues NPG Nature Asia-Pacific's strategy of building a hub of scientific, technical and medical publishing in the Asia-Pacific region. Earlier in 2007, NPG launched Nature China (www.naturechina.com.cn/nchina), which uses a similar editorial system to highlight the best research coming out of China.

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