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Chemical Science is moving to weekly issues!

We have exciting news here at Chemical Science! From 2018, the journal will be moving from publishing monthly issues to weekly issues. This is one of the biggest changes to the journal since it was launched in 2010.

Why are we doing this? By publishing weekly issues, we’ll be able to make our articles more accessible to keep up with the large number of articles we currently publish. With the journal being free to access, it would be a shame for the community to miss the latest exceptional findings due to less frequent, larger issues.

What are the benefits for the chemical sciences community? For our readers, it will be easier to find the latest relevant articles, with weekly table-of-contents alerts and a shorter contents list for each issue. For our authors, articles will be assigned page numbers more quickly and will be indexed in databases such as PubMed Central® sooner.

You can learn more about this change in our Editorial by Executive Editor, May Copsey, published in the first ever Chemical Science weekly issue!

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Celebrate Open Access Week with Chemical Science!

Open Access Week is taking place on 23 – 29 October 2017! This global event is entering its 8th year, and is an opportunity for the research community to learn about the benefits of open access.

What is open access? It’s free, immediate, online access to published research and has widespread implications for academia, industry, medicine, and the entire society.

Here at Chemical Science, we are in our third year of being gold open access! This allows our publications, from breakthroughs in organic chemistry to research in energy and environmental chemistry, to be communicated to a worldwide audience without barriers.

Chemical Science articles published from 2015 onwards are freely available to read from our website and, as our publications charges are currently waived, it is also free for authors to publish. To date, we’ve published over 2,500 open access articles! Below is a selection of some of the articles that you can read for free.

Follow us on Twitter where we’ll be highlighting an ‘Article of the Day’ during Open Access Week!

Enrichment and single-cell analysis of circulating tumor cells
Yanling Song,Tian Tian, Yuanzhi Shi, Wenli Liu, Yuan Zou, Tahereh Khajvand, Sili Wang, Zhi Zhu and Chaoyong Yang
Chem. Sci., 2017, 8, 1736-1751
DOI: 10.1039/C6SC04671A

Design of template-stabilized active and earth-abundant oxygen evolution catalysts in acid
Michael Huynh, Tuncay Ozel, Chong Liu, Eric C. Lau and Daniel G. Nocera
Chem. Sci., 2017, 8, 4779-4794
DOI: 10.1039/C7SC01239J

Recent developments in and perspectives on three-coordinate boron materials: a bright future
Lei Ji, Stefanie Griesbeck and Todd B. Marder
Chem. Sci., 2017, 8, 846-863
DOI: 10.1039/C6SC04245G

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