Royal Society's Infectious Disease Articles: Free for February

Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 10:46 AM Bookmark and Share
The Royal Society is allowing free online access to some of their infectious disease articles through the end of the week. It's a bit of advertising on their part, but still an opportunity to skim the selection and maybe read an article or three.
All Royal Society infectious disease content is currently free to access.

The Royal Society's journals regularly publish content covering scientific research into infectious diseases and you can access all articles FREE until the end of February at:


Highlighted content includes:

'Livestock diseases and zoonoses', edited by FM Tomley and MW Shirley

'Airborne transmission of disease in hospitals', edited by I Eames, JW Tang,
Y Li and P Wilson

'The end of Kuru: 50 years of research into an extraordinary disease', edited
by J Collinge and MP Alpers

'Cross scale influences on epidemiological dynamics', edited by L Matthews
and D Haydon

Access all the above content - and more - FREE until the end of the week at:


We are particularly interested in receiving Theme proposals in this area of science. Find out more about how you can become one of our Guest Editors by contacting claire.rawlinson@royalsociety.org or visiting her at booth 14at the International Congress on Infectious Diseases in Miami on 9-12 March.

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