31st March 2020
ChemPubSoc Europe becomes Chemistry Europe: a new look for a new future
ChemPubSoc Europe is proud to announce that from today it becomes Chemistry Europe. It is unveiling a new identity and a renewed purpose, fit for the future of chemistry and of publishing.
Founded 25 years ago with the creation of Chemistry A European Journal, now the societies’ flagship publication, Chemistry Europe is an association of 16 European chemical societies (among them Slovak Chemical Society), representing over 75,000 chemists.
The redefining of our core values and visual representation of our identity has been in motion since June 2018, driven by a team made up of stakeholders from our societies, our Council and from our publishing partner Wiley-VCH. During the project, researchers and society members were asked about what they value and what they need from their scientific community, learned societies and scholarly journals: the result is Chemistry Europe.
- Gesellschaft Österreichischer Chemiker (GÖCH), Austria
- Société Royale de Chimie (SRC), Belgium
- Koninklijke Vlaamse Chemische Vereniging (KVCV), Belgium
- Česká Společnost Chemická (ČSCH), Czech Republic
- Société Chimique de France (SCF)
- Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Germany
- Association of Greek Chemists (EEX), Greece
- Magyar Kémikusok Egyesülete (MKE), Hungary
- Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), Italy
- Koninklijke Nederlandsche Chemische Vereeniging (KNCV), The Netherlands
- Polskie Towarzystwo Chemicznego (PTC), Poland
- Sociedade Portuguesa de Química (SPQ), Portugal
- Real Sociedad Española de Química (RSEQ), Spain
- Svenska Kemistsamfundet (SK), Sweden
EurJOC and EurJIC are owned and supported by SRC, KVCV, SCF, GDCh, EEX, SCI, KNCV, PTC, SPQ, RSEQ, MTA, and their associates GÖCH, ČSCH, and SK.
ChemPhysChem is co-owned and supported by SCF, GDCh, KVCV, SRC, ČSCH, MKE, GÖCH, SPQ, and EEX.
ChemElectroChem: Special Issue on Electrochemical Biosensing
This Special Issue of ChemElectroChem, guest-edited by Damien Arrigan, Christine Kranz, and Hye Jin Lee, aims to give a flavour of ongoing research in the area of electrochemical biosensing, ranging from the discovery and characterisation of bioelectrochemical reactions through to applications of novel devices that transfer these concepts from a laboratory environment into real-world scenarios. With contributions from: Lo Gorton, José Pingarrón, and Wolfgang Schuhmann.
Enjoy free access until the end of May.
European Journal of Organic Chemistry: Special Issue on Photoredox Catalysis
This Special Issue is published together with the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry as a virtual issue, showcasing the current state of the art in the field of photoredox catalysis. It features an introductory Essay by Guest Editor Burkhard König on the history and development of photoredox catalysis as well as future challenges. Enjoy free access to EurJOC’s Special Issue until the end of May.
Chemistry – A European Journal: Special Issue on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry
Cooperative effects are found in various research areas in chemistry, many of which are currently explored within the Collaborative Research Center SFB 858 in Münster.
In this Special Issue, which coincides with the 8th Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry (to be held in Münster castle, May 12, 2017), the SFB investigators present selected results from their collaborative research. Two highlights: Editorials on the history of the Research Centre and cooperation between arts and science. Discover more and enjoy free access until the end of May.