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Wed, 14 Mar 2018

The Biologist Launches Digital Edition

LONDON, 14th March 2018

The Royal Society of Biology is launching a digital edition of its official magazine The Biologist, including an archive of 40 back issues dating back to 2012. Developed in partnership with digital publishing experts Exact Editions, the digital edition of this renowned publication is now available across web, iOS and Android platforms.

First published in 1953, The Biologist is an award-winning membership magazine covering all things bioscience. Published bi-monthly, each issue brings readers interviews with high-profile scientists, news and views on cutting-edge biology, and contributions from the society’s network of 17,000 members. The digital edition will continue to inform, inspire and educate professionals and non-professionals alike, whether they are at home or on the go.

The Biologist is available for institutions and individual readers from around the world to purchase with cross-platform digital access. The archive of back issues, as well as all the latest content, is covered by the advanced search function across the web and mobile devices. Every article, page and issue can be searched, shared and cited.

The Biologist is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:

Institutions

Individuals

Tom Ireland, editor of The Biologist, said:

“We are excited to be able to offer readers a modern, searchable archive of Biologist back issues with Exact Editions. We are always looking at new ways to inspire interest in biology, and we hope our partnership with Exact Editions can help us reach a diverse new mix of science-lovers and institutions.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said about the launch:

“Exact Editions are thrilled to be producing the digital edition of The Biologist in partnership with the Royal Society of Biology. The diverse and thought-provoking coverage of the biological sciences will make the publication a must-have for individuals and institutions alike.”


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