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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

Supporters of EVISA includes:

Biomedical and Environmental Sciences



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Biomedical and Environmental Sciences (BES) is an international English scientific periodical jointly established by Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) and the Coulston International Corporation (CIC), USA in 1988, which is published bimonthly and distributed both in China and abroad. The editorial office is based in the headquarters of China CDC.

BES publishes research papers submitted from China and other countries in the areas of biomedical and environmental sciences, which cover public health virology, microbiology, epidemiology, parasitology, nutrition, toxicology, pharmacology, environmental health, chemistry, biological and toxicological effects of hazardous substances including environmental pollutants, food additives, pesticides and industrial chemicals as well as methodological research, including chemical, biochemical, pathological and immunological methods. Experimental studies on natural and synthetic pollutants of the distribution, metabolic characteristics, and their impact on human health are also included. Research on preventive medicine and public health are also welcomed.

Our Journal has joined the famous researching system, such as SCI, CA etc. We also got the sustentation fund of National Natural Foundation of China in 1999.

To meet the needs of national information development and widen authors academic exchange channel, we declare that the journal, Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, has joined the Net. The author's copyright using fee will be paid off in a lump sum. If an author doesn't agree to involve his article in the databases, please make a declaration on the time of his contribution for our appropriate processing.

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