We are pleased to announce that our Journal has been accepted for indexing in the Emerging Sources Citation Index, a new edition of Web of Science™. The inclusion of Archiv Euromedica in the Emerging Sources Citation Index demonstrates our dedication to providing the most relevant and influential Medicine content to our community.
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We are a scientific non-commercial Society – European Scientific Society with headquarters in Hanover, Germany. Our specialty is conducting conferences and seminars in the field of medicine and ecology.
On December 2016 our international journal “Archiv Euromedica” Nr. 2 (2016) is going to be released. It is dedicated to a wide range of medical issues
You are cordially invited to place your article.
We are going to send each author a hard copy of the journal.
The language is English.
An article is up to 5 pages, may contain color photos of good quality, short info about the author and a picture of the author (not less than 500x750 px). Common formats such as Word, Excel, RTF are acceptable for table files.
We ask that the vector art be submitted as EPS or PDF files, raster graphics - in TIFF, JPEG with display resolution 300 dpi.
Dr. Georg Tyminski
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