Council of Science Editors (CSE)
1957-04 New Orleans LA USA
Apr 1957, New Orleans LA (USA), as Conference of Biological Editors. Incorporated in the District of Columbia (USA) and name changed to Council of Biology Editors (CBE), 7 Jul 1965. Constitution and bylaws adopted 1957; latest constitution and bylaws combined 1982; amended: 1983, 1987, 1992. Present name adopted 1 Jan 2000.
Improve communication in the life sciences by educating authors, editors and publishers; by providing efficient means of cooperation among persons interested in publishing in the life sciences and by promoting effective communication practices in primary and secondary publishing in any form.
Events2024-05-04 | Portland, OR USA – Annual Meeting
2023-04-29 | Toronto, ON Canada – Annual Meeting
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Board of Directors, consisting of President of CBE (who serves as Chairman of the Board), immediate Past President, Vice President, Secretary (who serves as Secretary of the Board), Treasurer, 3 at-large Directors and an appointed non-voting Executive Director. Standing Committees; ad hoc Committees.
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