Journal of Biocommunication

The Journal of Biocomunication (JBC) is a publicly accessible, peer-reviewed publication of visual communication in the life sciences. The JBC's content describes proven or experimental procedures in medical and scientific illustration, medical and natural science photography, digital imaging, data visualization, animation, game design, instructional design, and other communication modalities.

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The JBC's content describes proven or experimental procedures in medical and scientific illustration, medical and natural science photography, digital imaging, data visualization, animation, game design, instructional design, and other communication modalities. The Journal of Biocommunication, now hosted by the University of Illinois Chicago Library, supports a mixed-publishing environment, including both traditional and open access (OA) licensing. The Journal continues to seek scholarly articles and content relating to the visual communication of science and medicine. JBC articles and selected content will be included in PubMed Central.

JBC legacy issues can be found online at: www.jbiocommunication.org

Visit our sponsoring associations at:
www.ami.org  |  www.bca.org 

 

Announcements

 

IMPORTANT - JOURNAL UPGRADE TO BEGIN MARCH 27, 2017 - JOURNAL IN READ-ONLY STATUS

 

The software platform operating this journal will be upgraded the last week of March 2017 (March 27 to March 31). Due to the complexity of the upgrade, this journal will be in Read-Only mode until the upgrade is complete.   Read-only mode means that while you can read the journal, the journal will not be accepting submissions, sending out article for review, accepting completed reviews, or publishing new articles.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

 
Posted: 2017-03-16
 
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Vol 40, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Columns

Publisher's Comment PDF HTML
Gary Schnitz
Viewpoint: Open is an Opportunity and a Choice PDF HTML
Tonya Hines
25 Years Ago in the JBPA/JBP - A Look Back at Classic Articles PDF HTML
Gary Schnitz

Features

An Easy to Build Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) System PDF HTML
Ted Kinsman
3D Printing of Molecular Models PDF HTML
Adam Gardner, Arthur Olson
Cellular Landscapes in Watercolor PDF HTML
David Goodsell
Construction of a 3D Model of Epitympanic Folds and Spaces PDF HTML
Murugan Kutty Gopalan

Gallery

2015 BioImages Award Winners from the BioCommunications Association HTML
BioCommunications Association

Showcase

The Imaginative Work of Tim Hengst HTML
Timothy Hengst


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