Reviewer Recognition

  • Author: Richard Threlfall
  • Published Date: 06 August 2015
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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Peer review is an invaluable part of the publication process, which would be impossible without the tireless dedication and commitment of thousands of scientists from around the world. Therefore, ChemPubSoc Europe, the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES), and Wiley-VCH are extremely grateful to all those who contribute to the community in this way. Our thanks go to all reviewers for their support.

In among this enormous volunteer corps are those who have provided a large number of referee reports across the whole family of journals. Therefore, ChemPubSoc Europe and ACES together with Angewandte Chemie have identified nearly six hundred referees, representing the top 5 % of reviewers, to be recognized for their outstanding efforts in frequently and consistently providing high-quality peer reviews in a timely manner across the family of journals over the past twelve months.

Each of these reviewers will receive an OnlineOpen credit, worth 2500 Euros, to be used for their next publication in any of the ChemPubSoc Europe or ACES journals or Angewandte Chemie as a mark of appreciation for their extraordinary contributions to peer review.

  • ChemPubSoc Europe
    Organization of 16 European chemical societies serving more than 70,000 members between them and sharing the obligation to support and advance chemical sciences via publishing
  • Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES)
    Organization of 13 major chemical societies in the Asia-Pacific region aims at creating a modern publishing forum for research in Asia and coordinating future publishing activities among the member societies


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