Dr Emma Wilson, our director of publishing, says: “I’m very happy to announce this partnership with the European Society for Biomaterials, with whom we share many common goals. We are looking forward to partnering with ESB to support their Young Scientists Forum that champions early career researchers. Likewise, we feel the association with ESB will help us to continue to build the quality and visibility of Biomaterials Science.”
Professor Pamela Habibovic, ESB president, says: “The European Society for Biomaterials is delighted to team-up with the Royal Society of Chemistry, and we look forward to a fruitful collaboration, as we share the same ethos of promoting science and education. ESB is also excited to have Biomaterials Science as the new official journal of the society.” ESB has appointed Professor Aldo Boccaccini to establish and maintain a liaison between the society and the journal.
About Biomaterials Science
Biomaterials Science is an international, high impact journal exploring the underlying science behind the function, interactions and design of biomaterials. Its scope encompasses insights into the chemistry, biology and materials science underpinning biomaterials research, new concepts in biomaterials design, and using materials to answer fundamental biological questions.
About the European Society for Biomaterials
The European Society for Biomaterials is a non-profit organisation at the forefront of the scientific community determined to tackle unmet clinical needs by means of advanced materials for medical devices and regenerative medicine.