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What is ACS Axial?

Chemists never stop learning. There’s always the latest research to read, journal news that can affect your career, best practices to brush up on, and more. But keeping up with chemistry shouldn’t be a full-time job. That’s why there’s ACS Axial.

ACS Axial is a blog that brings all the latest news from the American Chemical Society into one place, making it easier to stay current with the field in all the ways that matter most. This is a blog for all kinds of chemistry professionals, including students, librarians, academics, industrial researchers, educators and more.

ACS Axial is an easy way to keep up with hot new research topics, as well as what’s going on with your favorite journals, and access special resources to help advance your career. Everything you need is all in one place and easy to filter for the stories you need most. The site updates 1-2 times per day, with fresh stories from all corners of chemistry.

3 Ways to Get the Most Out of ACS Axial

  • Sign up for the newsletter. You can sign up to get monthly ACS Axial updates for free and get just the stories that are most relevant to your career.
  • Check out some special collections of resources selected just for people like you: Authors | Students | Reviewers | Librarians | Educators
  • Consider writing for ACS Axial: Did you know ACS Axial accepts articles from the broader chemistry community? Writing in ACS Axial gives you a well-read platform that connects you to other chemistry professionals. If you’ve got an opinion, a perspective, or a story to share, check out the submission guidelines and learn how easy it is to publish your ideas in ACS Axial.

Whatever your connection to chemistry may be, ACS Axial is here to help you discover new resources and deepen your bond with the American Chemical Society.

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