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March 20, 2017

Growing Globally: Recognizing Japanese Authors

By Selenah Njoloma

Over the past five years, ACS journals published nearly 2,000 articles from Japan. ACS Publications would like to extend its sincere gratitude to the ten editors located in Japan, who exemplify research excellence and provide leadership to ACS journals. Though there is no way to showcase all of the important research from our distinguished Japanese […]

January 10, 2017

Growing Globally: Japan’s Research Initiatives Over Time

By Selenah Njoloma

The Japanese government first introduced its Science and Technology Basic Act in 1995, with ¥17 trillion in funding for research and development (R&D) over the first 5 years. Every 5 years, Japan makes changes to its policies on science and technology, based on input from the Council for Science and Technology Policy (CSTP). The Japanese […]

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April 14, 2016

ACS Publications is Growing Globally

By Stephanie Monasky

We might call ourselves the American Chemical Society—but ACS publications are hardly limited to research from the United States. ACS journals have long been growing globally in scope. In the past 5 years, ACS journals published 48,000 papers from Brazil, India, China, and South Korea. There are 44 editors-in-chief/associate editors and 207 editorial advisory board […]

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January 22, 2018

International Women Scientists: A Conversation with Chemists from Asia

By Chi Wang

Worldwide, women scientists are underrepresented in their fields. The next generation of young girls and women will be more likely to pursue a career in an area like chemistry if they see women scientists in these roles. Five established chemists from Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and India shared their perspective on what it’s like for […]

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attending an international conference for chemists

December 27, 2017

7 Tips for Attending an International Conference for Chemists

By Chi Wang

If you’re a chemist looking to network with peers, expand your knowledge of your field, and be an active member of the chemistry community, there’s no better place to be than an international conference. Attending a variety of educational sessions and exploring the array of offerings from vendors in the exhibit hall can provide a […]

July 21, 2017

ACS Heads to Brazil for IUPAC 2017

By Maya Pottiger

ACS spent a successful week at the IUPAC-2017 conference in São Paulo, Brazil, from July 7-13. As platinum sponsors of the event, ACS Publications, CAS, and ACS Membership shared a large booth in the main exhibition hall. The booth generated a lot of traffic with its giveaways – including a USB key linking to the […]

March 15, 2017

Medicinal Chemistry in India

By Brooke Howell

Journal of Medicinal Chemistry and ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters were excited to join ACS Publications in supporting Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery India 2017 (MCADDI 2017), a residential course in medicinal chemistry and drug discovery that was held Feb. 14 to 18 at Biocon Academy in Bangalore, India. The course was co-sponsored by the ACS […]

February 22, 2017

4 Keys to Increasing Submission Success for Japanese Researchers

By Jesse Stanchak

Japan’s greatest scientific research strengths may be in physics, but the country also has influence in the disciplines of pharmacology and toxicology, biology, and biochemistry. Researchers in Japan are making great progress in the areas of development of synthetic methodology with catalysis, organic materials including supramolecular chemistry, photo- and electrofunctional materials, soft matter, nanoparticles, and […]

December 13, 2016

Inorganic Chemistry in India

By Brooke Howell

ACS Publications supports and enhances communication of the very best chemistry research. A key example is Inorganic Chemistry, the leading journal in the field. More than 75% of the articles published in Inorganic Chemistry are written by authors from outside the U.S. As science in India continues to progress, Inorganic Chemistry’s editorial team is excited […]

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May 25, 2016

4 Steps to Improving Submission Success for Indian Scientists

By Chi Wang

In recent years, India has seen substantial growth in its annual output of scientific publications. It quadrupled its research output between 2001 and 2013. The country’s greatest research strengths are in chemistry and materials science. While India has a low density of researchers relative to the size of its population, the number of women entering […]