Glycome has been the latest project to show up in biology. After the famous projects like genomics for nucleic acids, proteomics for proteins, lipidomics for lipids, and metabolomics for metabolites, glycomics concerns now the science about the complex class of carbohydrates and their relations. Glycomics not differs from the other "omics" projects only with respect to its timeline, but mainly due to its fast progress and complexity, both in terms of structure and function. Hence, glycomics is demanding new achievements throughout the scientific community like a conventional classification of its subprojects and creation of more new journals about glycobiology. This editorial aims to highlight the importance of the creation of this new journal, the Journal of Glycobiology, as the introduction and adoption of new terminologies designing relatively new class of sugars like Galactanome and Fucanome, discussed in a paper of the first issue of this journal.