ChemPubSocEurope Newsletters

  • Author: ChemistryViews
  • Published: 31 May 2012
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Associated Societies: ChemPubSoc Europe
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The newsletters cover the latest developments at the family of high-quality society journals. ChemPubSoc Europe is a partnership of 16 continental European chemical societies committed to supporting and advancing the chemical sciences through publishing. Combined, ChemPubSoc Europe and its partner societies serve about 70,000 members. ChemViews Magazine is the magazine of ChemPubSoc Europe.

 

19th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published September 2019)
Women of Catalysis, Institute Features, ChemRxiv

18th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published May 2019)
IYPT 2019, celebrating journal anniversaries, open access

17th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published December 2018)

16th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published August 2018)

15th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published March 2018)

14th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published December 2016)

13th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published September 2016)

12th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published April 2016)

11th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published December 2015)

10th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published September 2015)

9th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published April 2015)

8th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published January 2015)

7th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published October 2014)

6th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published May 2014)

5th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published December 2013)

4th ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published May 2013)

3rd ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published December 2012)

2nd ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published August 2012)

1st ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter (published May 2012)

 

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