Aims & Scope

Technium BioChemMed publishes papers on all aspects of fundamental and applied chemistry, biology and medicine. The journal is naturally broad in scope, welcomes submissions from across a range of disciplines, and reports both theoretical and experimental studies.

Subject areas include (but are by no means limited to):

  • Analytical chemistry, including new techniques and instrumentation
  • Biochemistry and medicinal chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistry, including main group, transition metal, and f-block compounds, as well as coordination, organometallic, and solid state chemistry
  • Materials chemistry of hard and soft matter, from the nanoscale upwards
  • Nuclear chemistry and radioactivity
  • Organic chemistry, including synthesis, characterisation, and properties of organic compounds, as well as study of organic reactions and their mechanisms
  • Physical chemistry and chemical physics
  • Sustainable, green, and environmental chemistry
  • Theoretical and computational chemistry
  • biochemistry
  • biodiversity
  • bioethics
  • bioinformatics
  • biomathematics
  • biophysics
  • biostatistics
  • botany
  • cell biology
  • conservation
  • developmental biology
  • education in biology and related disciplines
  • entomology
  • evolutionary biology
  • genetics
  • immunology
  • marine biology
  • mathematical biology
  • microbiology
  • molecular biology
  • neurobiology
  • neuroscience
  • ornithology
  • paleobiology
  • paleontology
  • parasitology
  • pharmacology
  • physiology
  • plant biology
  • proteomics
  • radiation biology
  • reproductive biology
  • structural biology
  • systems biology
  • virology
  • zoology

The journal also welcomes submissions from outside (or in between) of the traditional subject areas. Interdisciplinary articles, with an emphasis on chemistry, are certainly encouraged. The journal also considers manuscripts related to specific industries, for example agriculture, food, and petroleum.

As well as original research, BioChemMed also publishes focused review articles that examine the state of the art, identify emerging trends, and suggest future directions for developing fields.