Tuesday, June 19, 2012

First PLoS ONE article accepted!

Aahh, our first PLoS ONE paper.  Submitted February 23rd - accepted June 19.  Of course it's been freely available on arXiv (and my Google Scholar page) the whole time.

Now for the, ahem, $1350.  You see the thing about that is ... run!

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To: Casper Steinmann Svendsen
Subject: PLoS ONE Decision: Accept [PONE-D-12-06195R1]

The Effective Fragment Molecular Orbital Method for Fragments Connected by Covalent Bonds

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Reviewers' comments:

Reviewer #2: The authors performed all changes I required. The paper may be accepted.

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