ChemistryViews turns ten this year. A good reason to celebrate with you.
As a warmup: How much do you know about ChemistryViews? Take the quiz below.
More games and the opportunity to win nice prizes will follow.
What is the name of the section where journal editors and their authors talk about a recently published research paper?
a) Editors and Authors Talk
b) In-depth Research Information
c) Behind the Science
d) Paper Talks
How often does ChemistryViews publish news on the latest research?
What makes ChemistryViews European?
It is made in Europe for the world: ChemistryViews is owned by ChemPubSoc Europe. These are 16 European chemical societies who jointly publish ChemistryViews and 15 high-quality journals.
What is the name of the comic that ChemistryViews published from 2010 to 2013?
Name a movie/TV hero who has been featured on ChemistryViews in an article looking at the chemistry in this movie/TV show.
What is the name of the content type that explains the chemistry of everyday chemistry or topics of general interest in a picture?
a) Chemical Picture
b) Clever Picture
c) Interesting Stuff in a Picture
Does ChemistryViews publish poems?
What is #chemquackers?
The lovable rubber duck #chemquackers was born at the 6th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress (ECC) in Seville, Spain, in 2016. Since then, the ducks’ adventures throughout the (chemistry) world are being posted on social media.
Who is Klaus Roth?
Klaus Roth is a Professor Emeritus of TU Berlin, Germany. He writes very popular articles about chemistry in everyday life. Examples include Chemistry of a Hangover, Chemical Secrets of the Violin Virtuosi, Espresso – A Three-Step Preparation.
What is the name of ChemistryViews’ most famous quiz?
a) Guess the Chenist
b) Who’s Next?
c) Guess the Character
They are all famous – Who’s Next (predicting the next Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry) is most famous