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ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter, December 2018

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ChemPubSoc Europe was proud to support your publishing endeavors in 2018. As the calendar year ticks over, we reflect and bring you a selection of highlights. In a special item, we reveal the secret life of new journals as told by our resident expert. ChemPubSoc Europe's journals look forward to celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements (IYPT2019), but before we go we want to say: "Thank you!"


Memorable moments of 2018

181227 CPSE Newsletter1In a year of unforgettable experiences, which memories stand out for you? In 2018, our editors were among you, at workshops, campus events, conferences, receptions and meetings all over the world. We've relished the opportunity to support you, your articles, research group, institute, and society. This item brings you a selection of recent activities at ChemPubSoc Europe journals and ChemViews Magazine.

Picture credit: S. Sasse-Rösch, red moon over Weinheim, home of the publishing house located between Frankfurt and Heidelberg, 2018.
 


The secret life of new journals

181227 CPSE Newsletter2In an  interview with editor Greta Heydenrych we explore new journals. Why and how they are created, what challenges they face in a modern publishing environment, and who they are intended to serve. With the leadership and support of  excellent chairpersons, board members, and a diligent team of editors, ChemPubSoc Europe has welcomed three new journals to its portfolio since 2016: ChemPhotoChemBatteries & Supercaps, and the newest addition ChemSystemsChem.
 


We're all in it together: partners in chemistry

181227 CPSE Newsletter3Sincere thanks from all of us at the publishing house!We look forward to working with you and for you in 2019, which will be a year full of initiatives to promote you and your exciting research. Join ChemPubSoc Europe for the  IYPT2019,* ChemCatChem's 10th Anniversary, a celebration of women in STEM, and much more. Further information is available in the 2019 Editorials published in Issue 1 of each journal, which are free to read.

*Enter the Element Video Competition for the chance to win an iPad.
 


ChemPubSoc Europe's publishing program has grown to 15 chemistry journals and an international scientific magazine. We await your high-quality contributions with enthusiasm!

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David Spichiger, SCS
27.12.2018