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Upcoming Special Issues

Engineering Innovations for Fundamental Biology and Translational Medicine (SLAS Technology, 2019)
Membrane Proteins: New Approaches to Probes, Technologies and Drug Design (SLAS Discovery, 2019)
Flexible Analytical Devices for Point-of-Care Testing (SLAS Technology, 2020)
Advances in Cellular Target Engagement and Target Deconvolution (SLAS Discovery, 2020)
Carbohydrate Structure Analysis: Methods and Applications (SLAS Technology, 2020)
Functional Genomics for Target Identification (SLAS Discovery, 2020) (Currently accepting proposals)
Early Drug Discovery Approaches with More Physiologically Relevant Targets (SLAS Discovery, 2021)
HTS Methodology (SLAS Discovery, 2021)
AI in Process Automation (SLAS Technology, 2021)

 

 

2019

2018

 

2017

 

2016

High-Content Screening
Collaborative 3D Printing Technologies
Innovative Screening Methodologies to Identify New Compounds for the Treatment of Central Nervous System Disorders
Advances in Mass Spectrometry Within Drug Discovery
Advancing Scientific Innovation with Acoustic Droplet Ejection

 

 

In 2017, after 21 years of publication as the Journal of Biomolecular Screening (JBS) and the Journal of Laboratory Automation(JALA), the official journals of SLAS changed their names to SLAS Discovery (Advancing Life Sciences R&D) and SLAS Technology (Advancing Life Sciences Innovation).

Together, these journals enable life sciences researchers to:

  • Gain scientific insights
  • Increase productivity
  • Elevate data quality
  • Reduce process cycle times
  • Conduct research and development that otherwise would be impossible

Backed by the high-quality education standards of SLAS. Rigorously peer-reviewed. PubMed:Medline-indexed. NO article processing charges (APCs) for regular publication. Open access options are available.

Learn more about the official journals of SLAS.

Read SLAS Discovery online.

Read SLAS Technology online.

Questions? Contact Christine Diedrich, cdiedrich@slas.org or +1.630.256.7526 X106.