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Journals: F1000Prime partners with the International Society for Computational Biology (Sponsored Content)
Submitted by Iain Hrynaszkiewicz; posted on Monday, November 18, 2013
All members of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) can claim full and free access to F1000Prime until the end of April 2014. This newly developed partnership with the Society gives six months free access to F1000Prime for current members, as a benefit of society membership. New members joining the ISCB before April 2014 will also receive access to F1000Prime.

ISCB, with about 3,000 members worldwide, is a scholarly society dedicated to advancing the scientific understanding of living systems through computation. F1000Prime includes recommendations of more than 15,000 articles in bioinformatics and computational biology. Posters presented at ISCB conferences are already included in F1000Posters, F1000Prime's sister service.

ISCB members should visit the ISCB page on F1000Prime (http://f1000.com/prime/iscb) to receive free access to F1000Prime until 30 April 2014, and simultaneously create their personalized homepage. Members are asked to enter a few keywords to describe their research interests, choose their subject areas, and then register using the same email address they use for ISCB. If at this point an ISCB member is already registered with F1000 then they just need to sign in.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Any ISCB members with questions about activating their free subscription should contact F1000 (info[at]f1000.com).

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