ISSN 1757-1707 VOLUME 10 ISSUE 7 JULY 2018 g gcbb_v10_i7_12528.indd 1 cbb_v10_i7_12528.indd 1 0 06-Jun-18 5:52:50 PM 6-Jun-18 5:52:50 PM ISSN 1757-1707 (Online) GCB Bioenergy exists to promote understanding of the interface between biologi- cal sciences and the production of fuels directly from plants, algae and waste. All aspects of current and potential biofuel production, from forestry, crop pro- duction, enzymatic deconstruction and microbial fuel synthesis to implications for biodiversity, ecosystem services, economics, policy and global change will be included. Studies may be at all levels of organization from gene discovery and enzyme design to crop feedstock genetics and systems analysis of biofuel pro- duction operations. They may be experimental, observational or theoretical, and may concern higher plant and algal systems, biological mimicry, enzymes, bio- EDITORS technology, fuel synthesis, ecosystem services, environmental impacts and/ Steve Long Chief Editor or whole production system analysis. GCB Bioenergy will concentrate on pri- University of Illinois, USA mary research articles, but operate a ﬂ exible policy regarding other article types, including Platforms, Technical Papers, Mini- Reviews and Opinion Papers. Rhea Bruno, Executive Editor University of Illinois, USA Information for Subscribers. GCB Bioenergy is published monthly and all new- ly published articles (submitted from
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