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(사)한국바이오칩학회 The Korean BioChip Society





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학술지 소개

BioChip Journal (BioChip J) is owned and published by the Korean BioChip Society. It is published four times a year in printed and electronic versions. Its editorial policies are the responsibility of the editor, the associate editors, and the editorial board under the general authority of the Publications Committee and the Council.

Scope of Journal

BioChip J publishes original research and reviews in all areas of the biochip technology in the following disciplines, including protein chip, DNA chip, cell chip, lab-on-a-chip, bio-MEMS, biosensor, micro/nano mechanics, microfluidics, high-throughput screening technology, medical science, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, medical diagnostics, environmental monitoring and micro/nanotechnology. The Journal is committed to rapid peer review to ensure the publication of highest quality original research and timely news and review articles.

Types of papers

Two types of papers may be submitted, full-length papers and minireviews. Authors are urged to keep the length of papers below eight printed pages (24 typed pages of manuscript in double spacing including figures and tables). In case of minireviews, invitation by the editor is only applicable. Language of paper: All manuscripts should be written in English. Authors whose first language is not English are requested to have their manuscripts checked carefully for linguistic correctness before submission. All manuscripts submitted for publication will be screened for English by the professional English editor in the Korean BioChip Society.

Publication charges

Authors will be assessed USD $50.00 (KRW 50,000) for each page with all published manuscripts.

Color charges

Authors will be assessed USD $150.00 (KRW150,000) for each page with color figure (s). Color figures can generally be reproduced in acceptable quality in black and white if authors are unwilling or unable to pay for color charges.

Copyright

As a condition of publication, all authors must transfer copyright to the Korean BioChip Society. Authors should submit Copyright Transfer Agreement at the time of paper submission. Material transfer: Authors of papers published in BioChip J are obligated to honor any reasonable request by qualified investigators for unique propagative materials, such as cell lines, proteins and DNA clones, that are described in the paper. Review protocol: All manuscripts submitted to BioChip J are reviewed critically, and it is the responsibility of the editor, the associate editors, and the editorial board to determine their suitability for publication. After receipt of a manuscript by the editor, it is sent to an associate editor who usually assigns it to a member of the editorial board. The board member then makes a definitive recommendation for acceptance, revision, or declination based on the scientific merit and technical quality of the studies reported. Referees may be consulted when additional expertise is required. All board members and referees who review a manuscript remain unknown to the authors. Every manuscript is treated by the reviewers as a privileged communication.

Manuscript submission

All submitted manuscript should contain original research that has not been published previously and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Submit a digital file including high quality graphics prepared in appropriate formats. A letter must be included indicating the address, telephone and fax numbers, and E-mail address of the corresponding author. Microsoft Word is preferred, although other formats are generally acceptable. Manuscript and other materials will not be returned unless specifically requested. Submit manuscripts and cover letter to: www.biochipjournal.org or www.editorialmanager.com/bicj/

Research Ethics of the Korean BioChip Society

Established in March 20, 2013
  • Code 1 (Object) We, the Korean BioChip Society, establish the research ethics to avoid scientific misconduct and to encourage implementation of research integrity in leaderships and organizations of science. Furthermore, we are to take appropriate actions according to the procedure of the research ethics if any ethical issue is found.
  • Code 2 (Subject) We are to apply the research ethics to all the researchers and articles that are submitted to our journal, BioChip Journal, and symposium or conference of the Korean BioChip Society.
  • Code 3 (Definition of Scientific Misconduct) We strongly are against scientific misconduct defined as fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism (FFP) in proposing, performing, or reviewing research, or in reporting research results. 1
  • Code 4 (Research Ethics Committee) We have the research ethics committee, and they are authorized to monitor and control research ethical issues.
  • Code 5 (Peer Review) We actively have the peer review process in which an author or authors submit a written manuscript or article to BioChip Journal and the journal editor distributes the article to reviewers who are working in the same or similar scientific area.
  • Code 6 (Animal Welfare Act) Researchers must have the responsibility for protecting animals used in testing and teaching. In addition, they have to insure that animals are tested for the use of human care and treatment. 2
  • Code 7 (Research with Human Subjects - informed consent) First of all, all the researchers have to respect human beings. According to this principle, research participants must voluntarily consent to research participation. They need to know what they are getting involved with before they commit and have to consent to the informed research.
  • Code 8 (Research with Human Subjects - Privacy and confidentiality) Privacy and confidentiality are very important components for research involving human subjects. To protect human subjects, information gathered from research participations has to be treated with strict confidentiality.
  • Code 9 (Data Management) In respect to research ethics, all data have to be truthful collection of reliable data and have to be retained and shared with colleagues and the public.
  • Code 10 (Research Purpose) Ultimately, research has to contribute to the good of society.
More Resources
Research Ethics of the Korean BioChip Society : Download
1 : The Office of Scientific and Technology Policy website. Webpage (Accessed 3/4/2013)
2 : University of Minnesota the Academic Health Center website. Download (Accessed 2/7/2013)

(사)한국바이오칩학회 (The Korean BioChip Society)
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