Tag: ACS Journals

December 14, 2015

Announcing ACS Omega: The Last Word in Rapid, Objective Publication

By Erin Wiringi

Hold on to your lab glasses — ACS is unveiling something big. This week, ACS announces the creation of ACS Omega, a new open-access, multidisciplinary journal publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed research from around the world. We made the big announcement in Hawaii at Pacifichem, an international chemistry conference. ACS Omega will be a home for original […]

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September 22, 2015

What Does Chemistry Really Contribute to the World?

By Michael Woodruff

ACS journals offer readers an extraordinary breadth of research and cutting-edge science from around the world. Every day, articles published in the journals influence and inspire scientists, policymakers, industry and the general public. We have compiled some of the latest fascinating research that shows how relevant chemistry is to our everyday lives. The world of […]

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September 22, 2015

Learning from Librarians in Brazil

By Erin Wiringi

ACS on Campus is an outreach program dedicated to helping students, post-docs and faculty advance their careers by bringing together leaders in chemistry, publishing, research and science communications. The recent ACS on Campus events held in Brazil in May 2015 marked the first execution of a separate track dedicated to engaging and better understanding the […]

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September 22, 2015

What is the Deal with Research Data?

By Finbar Galligan

Research Data Management (RDM) is a hot topic in many institutions, with many conflicting opinions and suggestions. Current thinking puts libraries at the heart of the solution, with many arguing that librarians may hold the key to unlocking its true potential. Research data management has been hotly debated in recent years, yet it is a […]

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