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New, high-impact chemistry journal from Cell Press launching in July 2016.
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Our Advisory Board members will ensure Chem delivers new & unique value to YOU, the #chemistry community http://bit.ly/1WgsOj1
One of the reasons we are launching Chem is to showcase how chemistry is a force for good. In what ways do you say #chemistry is a force for good?
While we've been posting some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Chem we have received from your #chemistry colleagues, do you have additional questions about the new journal? COMMENT below with your question.
From our FAQs: As a Cell Press journal, is Chem only for chemical biologists? No. Chem will publish high-impact chemistry from across all of the field's subdisciplines.
Does your #chemistry research tackle global challenges like good health and well-being? http://bit.ly/1nVWqH3 #WorldHealthDay
From our FAQs: How will Chem be different? Chem will be a journal that showcases exceptional advances in #chemistry that can help tackle some of the big challenges of the 21st century (e.g., sustainable energy for all, new treatment in health care, clean water, etc.). Each paper will have a “Bigger Picture” box that explores in layman's terms the significance of the research and, where possible, links to one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Why is Cell Press launching a chemistry journal? Chem isn’t meant to be just another chemistry journal. Our ambition is for Chem to be another flagship journal for Cell Press and to serve the same role in the world of chemistry as Cell has in the world of the life sciences. Only papers reporting results that are of exceptional significance and that will grab the attention of a broad audience of chemists will be considered. http://www.cell.com/chem/faqs
Chem articles including “Potential Energy” and “Catalysis” will ensure members of the chemistry community and the issues that matter most to them get covered, discussed and debated each month. http://www.cell.com/chem/article-types
Your #chemistry colleagues have been asking great questions about Chem - see the answers today. http://www.cell.com/chem/faqs
Does your #chemistry research tackle global challenges such as clean water and sanitation? http://bit.ly/1nVWqH3 #WorldWaterDay
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Submitting research to Chem means fast, fair, informed decisions & rapid publication for YOU http://www.cell.com/chem/home
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Important info about the founding members of the Chem editorial team: Editor-in-Chief Robert Eagling, PhD, is a graduate of Newcastle University in England and brings to Chem his over 15 years of experience in chemistry publishing. He came to Cell Press from the Royal Society for Chemistry, where he helped grow submissions and readership of Chemical Society Reviews and Chemical Communications and led the launch of Chemical Science. Assistant Scientific Editor Ilaria Cianchetta, PhD, specializes in materials science. She recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Getty Conservation Institute and has served as a scientific consultant for NanoShare and the Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro. Assistant Scientific Editor Vjekoslav Dekaris, PhD, is an organic/synthetic chemist who completed his PhD at Freie Universität Berlin and postdoctoral studies at Princeton and the City University of New York. For the last 3 years, he worked on Elsevier’s Reaxys platform.
We're now accepting pioneering research that showcases how #chemistry tackles global challenges and is a force for good http://bit.ly/1nVWqH3