The German Catalysis Society (GeCatS) has published a teaching profile in the field of catalysis. It is a recommendation on how the scientific basis of catalysis can be presented in master-of-science courses as well as in doctoral and postdoctoral training programs.
Key Topic Collection for Catalysis Teaching (Lehrprofil Katalyse) [PDF]
German Catalysis Society 2018
Im aktuellen Heft von MaxPlanck Forschung ist ein Artikel über Friedrich Zemlin und seine Arbeit auf dem Gebiet der Kryo-Elektronenmikroskopie erschienen. Zemlin forschte in den 80er Jahren am FHI.
Moleküle – auf Eis gelegt
MaxPlanck Forschung, 1.2018, S.78
Some new features has been added to the Web of Science (WoS) in the March release:
- New Visualizations: Get visual and tabular results via Analyze Results
- WoS Core Collection links to associated data that have been indexed in the Data Citation Index
- New sorting options for Cited Reference Searching
- Now Full Record page includes the first 30 Cited References
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Now the Max Planck Society pays the article processing charges centrally for the following new gold open access journals by the Institute of Physics:
- Journal of Physics Communications
- Environmental Research Letters
Max Planck (corresponding) authors can already publish open access at no costs to themselves in the New Journal of Physics.
The publication charges for three further new open access titles from the “Journal of Physics“ series on the topics “Energy“, “Materials“ and “Photonics“ will be funded by the library. However, there are no publication fees for the first 50 articles in these journals.
Overview of gold open access journals by IOP: https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/questions/gold-open-access-journals/
The Electronic Journals Library labels so-called hybrid journals that offer both subscription and open-access content with a new button.
The Electronic Journals Library offers a fast interface to access full-texts articles which are accessible for our institute. Including the journals which are licensed for the Max Planck Society or only for the FHI and the journals which are freely accessible.