English-language life science journal for the whole of Europe

Today Lab Times has already established itself as one of the most popular Life Science journals in Europe and is recognised as a grassroots magazine produced by scientists for scientists.

These days, the pressure on European scientists is for increased collaboration across the whole continent of Europe in order to remain competitive at a global level. For this reason, researchers increasingly need to know what's happening in European science and science policy. At the same time, they need a broadly accepted platform to discuss the issues close to their hearts. Communication, therefore, is one of the most important prerequisites to creating a thriving European research area.

Providing such a European communication platform was our mission when, in April 2006, we founded Lab Times as a free Life Science journal for the whole of Europe. Readers appreciate its magazine style and high-level journalism which is marked by independent and investigative reporting, profound and critical analyses. Written in a lively and entertaining language, it possesses a human touch that is rounded off with a good deal of humour. At the same time, ever more companies trust Lab Times as a reliable partner to bring their products to the attention of a wide range of potential customers.

The mixture of content, spirit and language apparently works to make both Lab Times and www.labtimes.org a good read as demonstrated by steadily rising reader counts and click rates and the positive researcher feedback we've received, including an email from Tim Hunt, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, in which he stated, "I like your magazine, and I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading it."



Print run: 25.200

22,7% UK & Ireland, 18,9% Germany, 14,2% Italy – Spain & Portugal, 15,1% Frankreich, 10,3% Scandinavia, 6,9% Switzerland & Austria, 5,1% Benelux, 6,3% Eastern Europe, 0,3% Overseas

Every issue is also available as e-paper incl all ads clickable. Every issue is used by 1,350 additional readers.

Editorial Contact:

Dipl. Biol. Kai Herfort
Dr. Ralf Neumann
Dipl. Biol. Winfried Köppelle
Dipl. Chem. Harald Zähringer

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D-79100 Freiburg

Tel.: +49-(0)761/292 58 84
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E-Mail: redaktion@laborjournal.de