The Biophysicist aims to highlight and nurture education, and its scholarship and development. The open access journal serves a worldwide audience to make fundamental concepts and techniques in biophysics (and related disciplines), as well as evidence-based pedagogical practice accessible to individuals at all levels: undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students/trainees, active researchers, and scholars of biophysics teaching and learning.
This template for the preparation of LaTeX submissions to PCCP (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics) includes a direct link to the journal for easy submission of your finished article. To begin writing your article, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above. When your article is complete, simply click the 'Submit to Journal' link from within Overleaf to submit your files to PCCP. Your files will be transferred automatically in one easy step, without the need for you to download and re-upload any files, and you'll be taken directly to the PCCP submission site to complete your submission. If you're new to Overleaf, we've provided a short tutorial video to help you get started. This template uses the main LaTeX ARTICLE template for RSC journals. Copyright The Royal Society of Chemistry 2019. Use of the Overleaf platform and associated services (including the PCCP Template) is subject to the Overleaf terms of service.
This is a skeleton file demonstrating the advanced use of IEEEtran.cls with an IEEE Computer
Society journal paper.
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This LaTeX template is provided by Overleaf and PeerJ to help make it easier for authors to submit to PeerJ journals.
The template contains examples of commonly used LaTeX commands and features to help you get started.
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PeerJ – Life & Environment - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in the Biological, Medical and Environmental Sciences;
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PeerJ Inorganic Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including cluster, organometallic, transition metal, supramolecular and solid-state chemistry;
PeerJ Analytical Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including atomic spectroscopy, omics technologies, separation science, spectroscopic analysis, and surface and structural imaging;
Materials Science - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including additive manufacturing, bio- and bioinspired materials, smart materials, thin films, gels, alloys, ceramics, colloids, and porous materials.
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