The Annual Reviews team is heading to Vancouver next week to continue our participation in the Annual SSP (Society for Scholarly Publishing) meeting which has previously been held right on our doorstep in San Francisco (we’re based in Palo Alto). We’re looking forward to flying out of the fog and exploring a new city!
For those of you who don’t know us, Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher of highly cited reviews that synthesize the research literature in a clear and compelling style to stimulate discussion about the science that shapes our lives.
Here’s a brief rundown of who will be there and the panels where you can find them:
Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher of highly cited reviews that synthesize the research literature in a clear and compelling style to stimulate discussion about the science that shapes our lives.
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