Bioline International seeks to provide reliable, sustainable access and increased visibility
to a variety of bioscience journals published in the developing world, with
the hope of diminishing the South to North knowledge gap and improving the
international exchange of scientific information. With a focus on important
international issues such as tropical disease, women's and community health
issues, biodiversity, the environment and international development, Bioline
accepts applications from journals across the developing world. Journals
that wish to participate in the Bioline International project must submit an
online application, meet inclusion criteria, and be ready and willing to
work actively with the Bioline International staff. Bioline International
recognizes that journals, editors and staff from different areas of the
world have access to varying degrees of technology and training, and thus
the degree of involvement will vary from journal to journal. Please review
International Journal Selection & Inclusion Policies for more information.
Please contact the Bioline International management office at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.