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Journal of Imaging Science Wins Maney Publishing's Journal of the Month for May 2012

Maney Publishing’s Journal of the Month in May 2012 is The Imaging Science Journal

Three years of The Imaging Science Journal content will be available to view free of charge, from 1 May to 15 June 2012, on ingentaconnect.

Discounted subscriptions for the 2012 volume are available throughout May.

Journal of the Month features:

  • Free online access to papers published between 2009-2011 (inclusive)
  • Meet the Editorial Team
  • Thoughts from a long-standing Editor: Professor Ralph Jacobson
  • Highlighted special issues on Infrared Imaging, Holography and High Speed Photography and Photonics
  • A journal history
  • About The Royal Photographic Society

The Imaging Science Journal is an essential point of reference for all imaging science professionals. The journal's scope encompasses the generation, properties, processing and applications of images in electronic and digital systems. The Imaging Science Journal is the official scientific journal of The Royal Photographic Society.

Maney offers the journal’ international readership and author base the following benefits:

  • Archived content dating back to 2004
  • Special issues on key topics
  • Fast track publication enabling peer-reviewed, copyedited, author-approved articles to be published online in advance of the printed and online issue.
  • Open access publication as part of Maney’s hybrid open access model

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