ChemPubSoc Europe

ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter 12.

April 2016
 

Welcome to the 12th issue of the ChemPubSoc Europe newsletter. Please read, enjoy, and recommend to your colleagues and students!

 
 

Discover ChemistrySelect

ChemistrySelect is the latest journal from ChemPubSoc Europe covering all areas of chemistry and adjacent fields. With a focus on scientific rigor and accuracy over perceived importance and impact, ChemistrySelect offers researchers around the world a quality society-owned journal in which to publish their work.
The journal is currently free to read, and there are no charges to authors.


 

Women in Chemistry – Where We Are Today

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2016, Chemistry – A European Journal has taken look at gender parity in the sciences and dedicated a Special Issue, edited by Claire D'Andola, Senior Associate Editor, to women worldwide currently working in chemical research.
Enjoy free access until September 30, 2016, and discover the great contributions women are making to chemistry.


 

Fresh Wind in the Austrian Young Chemists Section

Seven students from the University of Innsbruck, Austria, started in 2013 with great endurance and creativity to represent the interests of young chemists towards the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH), the chemical industry, and the public. They work to build a larger network among young chemists covering other Austrian universities and to expand their international cooperation with other young chemists' groups. Read more.


 

Happy Birthday ChemMedChem!

The inaugural issue of ChemMedChem was published in January 2006, and so the journal is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary.
ChemMedChem's anniversary celebrations will be held later this year at the annual National Meeting in Medicinal Chemistry of the Medicinal Chemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society (SCI) in Palermo (September 11–14, 2016). This is particularly fitting, as ChemMedChem succeeded Il Farmaco, a journal of the SCI.


 

Thinking Outside the Box: Art + Science Project

Chemists cooperated with artists, they visited each other at their workplaces, discussed their work, learned from each other. The result is a unique exhibition, well-received, which stimulates interest in chemistry and arts. Find out more.


 

Open-House Community Program

Research groups from the area have been visiting the Wiley-VCH offices in Weinheim to find out what really happens to their manuscript when they hit the "Submit" button.
Discover more about this exciting initiative which aims to spread awareness of the role and activities of publishers in the publishing process.



Keep up to date with the latest events in your area of chemistry:




Read about the latest trends in the 2016 Editorials and enjoy free access to this year’s Sample Issues:

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Finally, we would like to thank all authors, referees, society members and readers for their trust in ChemPubSoc Europe publishing.

Francesco de Angelis
Francesco de Angelis

Christian Armatore
Christian Amatore

Wolfram Koch
Wolfram Koch

Luis Oro
Luis Oro



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