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The MIT Press to launch open access journal Imaging Neuroscience – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 5/16/23

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According to their website The MIT Press “will launch Imaging Neuroscience in summer 2023. Intended to become the premier journal in the field of neuroimaging, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief will be Dr. Stephen M. Smith, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Oxford University. He will be joined by he entire former editorial team from the journals Neuroimage and Neuroimage: Reports—a departure that has been hailed by The Chronicle of Higher Education as a ‘high-profile move… in the long-unfolding battle over who pays and who benefits in the academic-publishing world.’ …”


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