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A Special Issue on Genetically Modified Organisms

2021-01-06

The Journal of Regulatory Science is proud to publish its first special issue, which examines some proposals from industry to facilitate the structuring of a more widely accepted, science based, standardized future international regulatory framework for approval of genetically modified organisms.

The special issue is now available and can be found on our home page or by visiting our archives. If you are interested in discussing a potential special issue with the JRS, please email the editorial team at JRSorg@otsc.tamu.edu.

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Vol. 9 No. 2 (2021)
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Published: 2021-02-14
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The Journal of Regulatory Science (JRS) is an online open-access journal intended for scholars with an interest in regulatory science. JRS publishes free of charge, peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts, proposed standard evaluations and rapid communications to advance the discipline of regulatory science.

JRS is devoted to the consideration of risk management tools, standards and practices to improve the protection and compliance of regulated products. It is the mission of the Journal of Regulatory Science to facilitate an open dialogue among regulatory scientists from the global community.

The JRS follows a continuous publication model, which allows for quicker publication of manuscripts, benefitting both contributors and readers. This publication model also includes the issuance of digital object identifiers, or DOIs. Beginning in January, articles will be published throughout the year, as soon as they go through the usual peer review and production process. You can read more about the peer review process here. In December of the same year, the issue will be closed, and the next year’s issue will begin again the following January. View this year's continuous issue on the home page above or by visiting our archives.

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