November 2012 - News Archive
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Cambridge University Press is introducing two new Open Access, peer-reviewed journals in mathematics, which will begin publication in early 2013. Forum of Mathematics, Pi is devoted to general topics in mathematics. Its sister publication, Forum of Mathematics, Sigma is devoted to more specialized topics, including:
Information regarding submission can be found on both publications’ websites. Cambridge is waiving
author charges for both journals, during the first three years of publication.
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