Yet another email from “Scientific & Academic Publishing” — a wannabe scientific publisher that spams researchers. How I got on their mailing list I do not know. And how I get off I do not know. There are a number of bloggers that have more lengthy comments on this publisher:http://phylogenomics.blogspot.dk/2012/01/yet-another-spammy-science-publisher… http://neurobonkers.com/2012/01/16/is-this-journal-for-real-scientific-and-ac… http://scholarlyoa.com/2012/02/05/new-publisher-scientific-academic-publishing/ http://rrresearch.fieldofscience.com/2012/01/academic-publishing-gets-even-sl… ==================== Fra: Carson [W.firstname.lastname@example.org] Sendt: 30. november 2012 06:39 Til: Finn ??rup Nielsen Emne: The latest messages from editorial department Dear Nielsen, Finn ??rup, We are pleased to invite you to submit original research papers, review articles, short reports, or case studies are considered for publication in our Multidisciplinary Journals. There is no submission deadline for regular issues. Papers can be submitted
any time of the year. The mission of our journals is to provide a forum for publishing new findings on issues pertinent to scientific and academic field. And we gladly to inform you that SAP has been upgraded entirely from every aspect and the current issue of the journals has been released. The following typical articles are listed for your reference. [Then comes a list of articles from their silly journals] Read more: [their sapub homepage] For any submissions, please email your manuscripts to [a URL]
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