Chemistry publishing

Chemistry publishing is the creation and dissemination of information that covers the discipline of chemistry. This topic covers, for example, editorial and publication processes (such as peer review), discussion of how information should be presented, methods of sharing data and the evolution of publishing as a business.

News and Comment

  • Editorial |

    In between the twin certainties of reject and accept lies a large range of decisions covered by the blanket term of Revise. Here we discuss how to deal with this uncertain result.

  • Editorial |

    In our very first issue, eight scientists shared their visions for how they thought chemistry would develop and now, ten years on, we have asked another group of researchers to look to the future. We also take this opportunity to look back and reflect on a decade of Nature Chemistry.

  • Editorial |

    Welcome to the first issue of Nature Catalysis. While the format of a Nature Research journal will probably be familiar to most of our readers, in this editorial we would like discuss the unique aspects of this journal and our aims for the future.

  • Editorial |

    Nature Reviews Chemistry welcomes your proposals for review articles. In this editorial, we provide some details on what makes a good proposal.

  • Editorial |

    The launch of Nature Chemistry in 2009 prompted some criticism of journal proliferation, but 100 issues later this young offender has matured into an accepted part of the publishing landscape.