Living Journal of Computational Molecular Science

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Living Journal of Computational Molecular Science  
Disciplinecomputational chemistry
Edited byDavid L. Mobley, Michael R. Shirts, Daniel M. Zuckerman
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Publication history
University of Colorado Boulder
Open access
Standard abbreviations
Living J. Comp. Mol. Sci.
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The Living Journal of Computational Molecular Science is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the University of Colorado Boulder. This journal publishes best practices for molecular modeling and simulation, including tutorials and best-practice guides. In contrast to traditional journals, the contents of articles are not fixed, but are rather provided in a series of versions. This allows articles to be updated to reflect technical innovations. The journal follows open publishing practices, including open peer-review and open access. As of 2019, the only fee associated with publication is a $100 USD submission fee.

Editorial Board[edit]

The journal is governed by a 10-member editorial board, including Rommie Amaro (University of California San Diego), David L. Mobley (University of California Irvine), and Jean-Philip Piquemal (Sorbonne Université).[1]

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