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Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia move to Cambridge
PASA publishes new and significant research in astronomy and astrophysics, including research papers, review papers and special series on topical issues, making use of expert international reviewers and an experienced Editorial Board.
As an online-only journal, PASA publishes article by article, which will ensure rapid publication on Cambridge's cutting-edge publishing platform, Cambridge Journals Online.
Professor Bryan Gaensler, Chair of the PASA Editorial Board, said: "Australia is a world-leader in astronomy, and in Cambridge University Press we have found a partner with a comparable reputation in scientific publication. Cambridge has a long and distinguished history in astronomical publishing, but PASA now adds an important new dimension to Cambridge's capability in this area.
"The Astronomical Society of Australia is excited to be partnering with Cambridge, and looks forward to together developing new ways of sharing ideas and of promoting the latest astrophysical research from around the world."
Simon Ross, Managing Director for Cambridge Journals, added: "PASA is indeed a welcome addition to Cambridge's world class list of astronomy publications and we look forward to working with a society producing internationally acclaimed research and bringing their publication to the widest possible readership,"
For more information on the topics covered by PASA, go to: journals.cambridge.org/pas
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
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