From now on we have access to the following journals by De Gruyter:
There are two good resources to find abbreviations for science journals:
1. Chemical Abstracts source index
CASSI (CAS Source Index) Search Tool
CAS Core Journal Abbreviations
2. Web of Science journal abbreviations index
Journal Abbreviations Index (ISI)
The Royal Society has announced the call for submissions for its new open access journal Royal Society Open Science. This online-only journal will cover the entire range of science and mathematics. It is set to launch in September.
The International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) has launched a new fully open-access peer-reviewed journal. IUCrJ covers areas like neutron and synchrotron science and technology and free electron laser science and technology. Chemists, biologists, physicists and material scientists are encouraged to submit their structural papers to the new journal.
It has been started to commemorate the International Year of Crystallography.
The American Chemical Society offers a new program for authors: ACS Author Rewards. Each corresponding author gets for each article published during 2014 an ACS Author Rewards credit (two $750 credits for a total value of $1500). The credits may be used to fund any ACS AuthorChoice option within the next three years (2015-2017).