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ChemPubSoc Europe Owners Meeting



This years' ChemPubSoc Europe Owners Meeting was hosted by the Swedish Chemical Society. The owner societies decided on a special member rate, welcomed a new society and appointed an Editor-in-Chief. See how their decisions affect you!

 

ChemElectroChem is a new journal in the family of ChemPubSoc Europe journals.
Read about its scope and get free access to the first papers.


The articles at ChemElectroChem are available free throughout 2014, once your institution has registered for free.

Please find a selection of great electrochemistry.

 


Good news: Chemistry Open has been accepted in the abstracting service Web of Science of Thomson Reuters… and all issues since its inception will be covered. The first Impact Factor is expected in June 2014.

 



Wissenschaftsforum and the ChemistryViews calendar
Read a viewpoint on the 2013 Wissenschaftsforum and discover who won the GDCh prizes awarded there.

 

Dr Kallol Ray won the Wöhler-EurJIC Young Investigator Prize. The prize was awarded by ChemPubSoc Europe and a division of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society), the Wöhler-Vereinigung.

 

New exciting Apps provide an entirely new browsing and reading experience for the whole range of ChemPubSoc Europe Journals. Go to this site to see what advantages they bring you and watch the video for more information. Save this link, as the new apps of your favourite journals will be added as they appear.

Electronic functions facilitate the reading of a scientific article, providing all features that you always wanted. The full text of an article is reprogrammed to be perfectly displayed on an iPad.
Figures, references, and supporting information are presented in a sidebar, which you can scroll through, while you are reading. If you see something that you like you can save or share articles.

 

Interview with Bert Weckhuysen

Vera Koester from ChemViews Magazine talks with Bert Weckhuysen, Co-chairman of ChemCatChem, scientific director of CatchBio and Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, Elisabeth Bouwman, project leader and Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Leiden University, the Netherlands, and Ed de Jong, Avantium Chemicals B, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, about their experiences with CatchBio, what they expect from the project, and why it is so unique.

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

Thank you, Merci, ¡ Gracias!, Danke, Grazie, Tack, Bedankt, Obrigado, Dziękuję, Köszi, Ďakujem, ευχαρΙστω! for your support throughout the year. Please find here free access to the most accessed articles of the ChemPubSoc Europe Journals over the last 12 months:

 
 




 
 
 




 
 
 



Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!

With best regards,

Francesco de Angelis
Francesco de Angelis

Christian Armatore
Christian Amatore

Wolfram Koch
Wolfram Koch

Luis Oro
Luis Oro



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