Chemistry Europe today announced the launch of its new open access flagship journal, Chemistry Europe. The top-tier journal was announced at the Chemistry Europe Symposium held as part of the the EuChemS Chemistry Congress in Lisbon, Portugal. Chemistry Europe will be a high-impact Gold open access (OA) journal in multidisciplinary chemistry. It offers members of the chemistry community a flexible, high-impact platform in an established journal portfolio to publish their work for maximum visibility and in compliance with funder mandates.
The top-tier journal reinforces the successful journal program of the 16 European chemical societies from 15 European countries, which have joined forces to form the publication association Chemistry Europe. Founded in 1995, Chemistry Europe represents over 75,000 chemists and publishes a family of high-quality scholarly chemistry journals and the magazine ChemistryViews. Wiley-VCH is its publisher.
The editorial model of the new flagship journal will be a hybrid model with three external editors supported by experienced in-house editorial staff. Editors of Chemistry Europe are Luisa De Cola from the Università Degli Studi di Milano Statale, Italy, who announced the launch of the new journal at the event, Ken Tanaka from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, and Ive Hermans from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
Chemistry Europe will open for submissions soon. Article processing charges (APCs) will be waived – so submit your next outstanding paper!
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