Since 2006, JoVE has brought high quality video articles to the biological sciences community. Currently, JoVE publishes high quality scientific video protocols in the areas of neuroscience, general biology, bioengineering, immunology and infection, clinical and translational medicine, and applied physics.
Today, February 4, 2013, JoVE proudly launches its 7th section: JoVE Chemistry. Following its successful introduction of video publications for the biological and physical sciences, JoVE received numerous requests for a chemistry counterpart. In response, the journal is launching a new section, JoVE Chemistry dedicated to visualized publication of experiments across different areas of chemistry research including organic chemistry, chemical biology, electrochemistry, and polymer chemistry, among others. Check out our Chemistry announcement here:
“Similar to research in biology and physics, experimental research in chemistry suffers from a lack of reproducibility that can be solved by visualized publication. Therefore, it is natural to expand JoVE‘s novel publication approach to chemistry as well”, says Moshe Pritsker, the CEO and co-founder of JoVE.