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Lu Haitao was invited as the associate editor of Royal Society’s open science journal

Researcher LV Haitao of the Institute of Systems Biomedicine of Shanghai Jiaotong University officially accepted the invitation of Professor Malcolm white of the University of St Andrews, editor in chief of royal society open science subject, an interdisciplinary comprehensive journal of the Royal Society, to join the editorial board of royal society open science and serve as the associate editor of the subject of”biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology”.

Royal Society open science is a peer-reviewed open access science journal published by the Royal Society since September 2014. The chemistry section of the journal is managed by the Royal Society of chemistry. Articles published on the Royal Society’s open science are regularly reported by the mainstream media. On the basis of objective peer review, the journal focuses on publishing high-quality original research in interdisciplinary fields. Features of the magazine:(1) adopt a strict and objective peer review system (committed to publishing all scientific, reasonable and useful articles for the community); (2) The reviewer’s review report, decision and the reply of relevant authors can be accessed together with the article, and the reviewer can optionally sign the review report; (3) All published articles shall abide by the basic principle of open access; (4) Each published article will receive a set of objective indicators of article rating. At the same time, we encourage comments after the article is published; (5) The editorial team is composed entirely of practicing scientists and will draw on the professional knowledge of the academician group of the Royal Society.

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The Royal Society (UK), an organization funded by Britain for scientific development, was founded in 1660 and obtained various royal charters in 1662, 1663 and 1669. The purpose of the society is to promote the development of natural science. It is the longest and uninterrupted scientific society in the world. It plays the role of the National Academy of Sciences in the UK.