About this Journal
Science Partner Journal Cyborg and Bionic Systems is an online-only Open Access journal published in affiliation with Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) and distributed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Like all partners participating in the Science Partner Journal program, Cyborg and Bionic Systems is editorially independent from the Science family of journals and BIT is responsible for all content published in the journal. To learn more about the Science Partner Journal program, visit the SPJ program homepage.
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Cyborg and Bionic Systems content is open access, publishing under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) on a continuous basis. This means that content is freely available to all readers upon publication and content is published as soon as production is complete. BIT holds an exclusive license to the content, the author(s) hold copyright and retain the right to publish.
Mission and Scope
Cyborg and Bionic Systems’ mission is to promote the knowledge interchange and hybrid system codesign between living beings and robotic systems. Living beings inspire improvements or novel robotics systems which, in turn, shall enable knowledge enhancement and extension of capabilities for living creatures.
The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles based on fundamental, applied science, or their interaction. It covers a wide range of fields related to cybernetic organisms (cyborg) and bionic systems (CBS), mainly including robotics, biomedical engineering and neuro-engineering. Research within the scope of the journal can be based on bio-mechatronic robotic systems which may help restore or augment the capabilities of human and other living beings, on hybrid technologies that mimic the mechanisms of life to create robots and systems that support and interact with human and other species in a variety of environments, or on scientific investigations into principles of life in nature to advance bionic technologies. Cyborg and Bionic Systems also publishes reviews to disseminate the latest advancements in areas of interest. In addition, the journal encourages authors from various disciplines to contribute their insights on the ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) around the development and application of CBS-related technologies.
Topics may include:
- Biomimetic robotics
- Wearable robotics at large
- Living systems-robotics systems symbiosis
- Robotic system solutions for life-science monitoring and knowledge
- Physiologically active bio-robotics
- Life-long bio-machine interfaces and coexistence
- Biomaterials, biosensors and bio-actuators
- Organ-on-chips and bio-assembly
Ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) around CBS-related technologies
DOI Prefix: 10.34133
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Editorial and submissions inquiries
Cyborg and Bionic Systems Editorial Office
Beijing Institute of Technology Press Co., Ltd
No. 5, Zhongguancun South Street
Beijing, P.R.China, 100081
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