Royal Society of Chemistry changing the face of publishing

In an editorial for the new RSC journal Integrative Biology, Richard Kidd says

“RSC Prospect has taken elements of semantic web developments—structuring documents to enable meaning to be interpreted—and applied them to the scientific content of our articles to show the possibilities of applying standard identifiers to chemicals and concepts. Identifying the real content of published science opens up possibilities for new ways to discover, reuse, understand and analyse articles that werent previously possible.”

Sounds like CWA stuff. The journal is freely accessible upon registration.

Jan Velterop

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