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Research Information accepts editorial material submitted for consideration to tim.gillett@europascience.com. Any material submitted is done so on the understanding that it may be edited to ensure that it conforms to our House Style, which may differ from your own. Spellings are British and not American English. We also adopt English typography. Thus it is our style to place product or company names in lower case with an initial capital – so a product called THE BETTER MOUSETRAP will appear in our publications as The Better Mousetrap. 
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Research Information is a bimonthly printed full-colour magazine produced by Europa Science Ltd, a UK-based company which also publishes five other titles, all in print and electronic forms:

  • Electro Optics, Europe's longest-running magazine for the photonics industry.
  • Scientific Computing World, a title dedicated to the use of software by scientists and engineers, with additional focus on high-performance computing for this sector.
  • Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, Europe's only dedicated publication for design and production engineers working in the industrial imaging and machine vision markets.
  • Laser Systems Europe, the new publication for integrators and users of laser systems.
  • Fibre Systems, formerly Fibre Systems Europe, is the leading publication covering technology, applications, business and regulation for the optical communications industry.

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