Wiley has launched the interdisciplinary Open Access journal Natural Sciences. The journal was initiated in context of Projekt DEAL. It fully embraces open research principles and covers physics, chemistry, biology and their interfaces, as well as seminal works from related fields such as engineering and biomedical research.
Gerard Meijer (FHI) will serve as one of the Chief Editors of Natural Sciences and Bretislav Friedrich (FHI) takes over the function as Executive Editor.
The first issue will be published in January 2021.
Electrochemical Science Advances is now accepting submissions. The new open-access journal published by Wiley-VCH covers the entire breadth of electrochemical sciences, including bioelectrochemistry, electrosynthesis, electroanalytical science, energy conversion/storage, materials science/coatings, engineering and all areas in between.
All article processing charges will be waived until November 2020.
The Project DEAL has established a nationwide open access agreement with Wiley which allows authors to publish open access in nearly all Wiley fully open access and hybrid journals. The agreement covers the open access publishing of accepted articles by submitting corresponding authors affiliated with Max Planck.
The agreement also covers read access to all Wiley journals.
In order to make use of the agreement, the following criteria must be met:
- The acceptance date of the article must be after July 1, 2019.
- The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation which must also be stated in the published article.
- The author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article.
- “Primary research articles” and “reviews” are regarded as article types entitled for OA publications.
- Please select the CC-BY license to comply with the Berlin Declaration on Open Access and the guidelines of PlanS!
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The new open access journal Advanced Science has published its first issue.The journal covers all areas of science.
Article publication charges are paid by the Max Planck Society for all corresponding authors of the Max Planck institutes who publish articles in Wiley Open Access journals.
More about Wiley Open Access at http://www.wileyopenaccess.com/view/index.html.
The Ullmann’s Academy website compiles key concepts, methods and technologies in process chemistry and chemical engineering for teaching and learning. Short introductions to different topics are presented for free. The Read On link takes you to the corresponding article in the main Ullmann’s Encyclopedia (licensed for the Max Planck Society).
Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry