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Posted: May 6, 2010
NanoBio Magazine premieres at INBT annual symposium
(Nanowerk News) As attendees arrived at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health for the Institute for NanoBioTechnology’s (INBT) fourth annual symposium on April 29, they received the first edition of NanoBio Magazine. The new 32-page publication, which served as both the symposium program and as an attractive way to highlight some of INBT’s research in a more comprehensive way, will be published annually.
NanoBio Magazine, produced under the direction of INBT science writer Mary Spiro and INBT web director Martin Rietveld, showcases articles and photography about the institutes’s research, educational, corporate partnership and outreach programs. Articles were written by INBT staff, as well as students from the science communications course taught by Spiro each January during intersession. Photography came from students who have participated in INBT supported educational programs, INBT staff, and from affiliated faculty members. The graphic design was created by Y.L. Media, LLC. of Baltimore.
“The magazine represents, in a creative and artistic way, the highly interdisciplinary spirit that is a fundamental mission of INBT,” Spiro said. “It was truly a collaborative effort that pulled content from our affiliated faculty and students in every division and at every academic level that INBT serves. I hope people will learn what INBT is all about by reading it.”
Printed copies of NanoBio Magazine are available upon request by contacting Mary Spiro at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, download a PDF version of NanoBio Magazine.
Source: Johns Hopkins University
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