New OA Journal on Energy Science

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched another new Open Access journal:

Energy Advances will have a broad subject coverage for every energy discipline. It welcomes research that reports solutions to energy and sustainability challenges and supports the advancement of several UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

The journal is open for submissions and will be free to publish in until mid-2024.

New Gold OA Journals by the RSC

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched two new Open Access journals:

  • Environmental Science: Advances – It spans not only chemistry, but also research from any discipline related to the environmental sciences.
  • Digital Discovery – It publishes research at the intersection of chemistry, materials science and biotechnology.

Both has opened for submissions this month and will be free to publish in until mid-2024.

New Open Access Journal by RSC

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched a new Open Access journal named Nanoscale Advances. It is a collaborative venture between RSC and the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) in Beijing, China.

Authors have a choice of two Creative Commons licences: CC BY or CC BY NC.

For the first two years, RSC is waiving all article processing charges.

More at http://pubs.rsc.org/en/journals/journalissues/na

ChemRxiv Beta Now Online

The ChemRxiv preprint server is open for submissions. It is now available in a fully functioning beta version. The American Chemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry and German Chemical Society (GDCh), as well as other not-for-profit groups and scientific publishers, gave support to create a place for chemists to share early results and data before formal peer review.

Authors can submit preprints in various file formats that will automatically assigned with a digital object identifier. ChemRxiv will also link the final published version of articles with preprints.

Elsevier launched its own chemistry preprint server named Chemistry Research Network (ChemRN) in August, too.