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Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is now open for submissions

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers CoverWe are delighted to announce that Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is now open for submissions. Editor-in-Chief, Professor Song Gao (Peking University), invites you to submit your latest research.

We are pleased to welcome Associate Editors Professor Yi Xie (University of Science and Technology China, China) and Professor Lee Cronin (Glasgow University, UK) to the Editorial team.  Submissions to Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers’ Associate Editors are handled fairly, quickly and efficiently.

Professor Cronin and Professor Xie welcome articles on inorganic and organometallic molecules and solids with explicit applications. This includes inorganic chemistry research at the interfaces of materials science, energy, nanoscience, catalysis and bio-inorganic chemistry. Papers should be of high significance and answer fundamental questions relevant to interdisciplinary applications. For more information on how to submit and author guidelines please see our instructions to authors.

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is part of the Frontiers project: a unique collaboration between the Chinese Chemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal will publish the best inorganic chemistry research from China, Asia and the rest of the world to an international audience. 

Be a part of this new collaboration – submit your work today.

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AstraZeneca Young Investigator Award to Chem Soc Rev Advisory Board member

We are delighted to announce that Chem Soc Rev Advisory Editorial Board member, Professor Shuli You, has received the 2011 AstraZeneca Young Investigator Award for Asia.

Professor You’s research focuses on the development of  stereoselective C-H functionalisation processes and catalytic asymmetric dearomatisation reactions as well as highly enantioselective Friedel-Crafts alkylation of indole and pyrrole systems.

Professor You will be presented with a $50,000 unrestricted research grant intended to help further growth and development of his research program at the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, China.

Many congratulations from Chem Soc Rev!

– Fiona McKenzie, Development Editor, Chem Soc Rev

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PCCP: a focus on Asia

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Katsuhiko Ariga and Professor Seong Keun Kim as Associate Editors of the journal.

Professor ArigaProfessor Ariga is the Director of Supermolecules Group at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan. His research covers supermolecular chemistry and surface science, including the boundaries between organic chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and materials chemistry.

Professor KimProfessor Kim
is head of the Molecular Reaction Dynamics Laboratory at Seoul National University, Korea. He uses spectroscopic, microscopic, and computational methods to investigate a wide range of subjects from molecular physics and nanoscience to cell biology.

PCCP is committed to publishing the best research from Asia in the broad fields of physical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry. We also have many leading Asian scientists on our international Editorial and Advisory Boards: Professors Asuka Fujii, Yasuhiro Iwasawa, Yoshiyasu Matsumoto, Zhong-Qun Tian, Li-jun Wan, Wenchuan Wang and Xueming Yang, as well as Yuan Tseh Lee on our Honorary Board.

On behalf of Professors Ariga and Kim and all our Editorial Board, we invite you to submit your best work to PCCP.

PCCP and the Royal Society of Chemistry have strong links with scientists in Asia and we now have RSC offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Toyko.

So you can see for yourself the quality of work appearing in PCCP, we have selected some recent Perspective review articles from authors all across Asia which are available to read for free for a limited period.

Operation of micro and molecular machines: a new concept with its origins in interface science
Katsuhiko Ariga, Shinsuke Ishihara, Hironori Izawa, Hong Xia and Jonathan P. Hill
DOI: 10.1039/C0CP02040K

From nanocrystal synthesis to functional nanostructure fabrication: laser ablation in liquid
P. Liu, H. Cui, C. X. Wang and G. W. Yang
DOI: 10.1039/B918759F

Understanding underlying processes in formic acid fuel cells
Sunghyun Uhm, Hye Jin Lee and Jaeyoung Lee
DOI: 10.1039/B909525J

Supramolecular nanoarchitectures for light energy conversion
Taku Hasobe
DOI: 10.1039/B910564F

Ionic liquids in surface electrochemistry
Hongtao Liu, Yang Liu and Jinghong Li
DOI: 10.1039/B921469K

Nonbonding interactions of organic halogens in biological systems: implications for drug discovery and biomolecular design
Yunxiang Lu, Yong Wang and Weiliang Zhu
DOI: 10.1039/B926326H

Static, rheological and mechanical properties of polymer nanocomposites studied by computer modeling and simulation
Jun Liu, Liqun Zhang, Dapeng Cao and Wenchuan Wang
DOI: 10.1039/B913511A

Ionicity in ionic liquids: correlation with ionic structure and physicochemical properties
Kazuhide Ueno, Hiroyuki Tokuda and Masayoshi Watanabe
DOI: 10.1039/B921462N

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We invite you to be a part of this success, submit your research today.

– Jane Hordern, Deputy Editor, PCCP

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