Communicating chemistry

Communicating chemistry covers the practice of disseminating chemical information — be it news, discussion, data or structures — which has been improved and complicated by advances in information technology. It also includes discussion of best practices for engagement with the public, whose misunderstanding of the topic can be detrimental to the progress of the discipline.

Latest Research and Reviews

News and Comment

  • Editorial |

    Industrial publications are a very valuable and multifaceted tool for the wider catalysis community; they can foster the productive collaboration of university and corporate research laboratories, an essential partnership for the solution of important societal problems

    Nature Catalysis 1, 479-480
  • Comments and Opinion |

    QR Chem is a free resource that enables teachers and researchers to link audiences directly to three-dimensional renderings of molecules.

    • Johnny Dang
    • , Brian Lin
    • , Julia Yuan
    • , Shawn T. Schwartz
    • , Rishabh M. Shah
    •  & Neil K. Garg
  • 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 |

    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.