Dear JSR Readers,

As you read this next-to-last issue of our 75th Anniversary Volume, exciting changes are on the horizon for JSR. Every scientist is keenly aware the landscape of scientific publishing has changed dramatically because of the new possibilities presented by the Internet. Imagine explaining to graduate students that communication of new scientific results was once limited by the time it took to generate multiple drafts and revisions on a manual typewriter, and by the pace of what is now known as "snail mail." Today, scientific data and ideas are digital from the moment of their creation and...

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