We are delighted to announce that Dr Elizabeth Carter, from the University of Sydney, has joined the Editorial Board of Heritage Science.
Our newest Editorial Board member for Heritage Science, Gerhard Eggert discusses how his research career in conservation science began and his support of open access… Read more »
We are showcasing the latest open science initiatives in this cross-journal memorial series for Jean-Claude Bradley, a true open science advocate.
More On Chemistry posts
At the end of March, Chemistry Central headed for the mile-high city of Denver, Colorado, to attend the 249th ACS conference.
The support for open access in chemistry has grown tremendously in recent years, with authors benefiting from the increased… Read more »
Professor Richard Brereton is Emeritus Professor at the University of Bristol and the Editor-in-Chief of Heritage Science. In this… Read more »
A recent public lecture by the Royal Society tackles the question "Is chemistry really so difficult?"
Journal of Cheminformatics has recently published a new Supplement presenting papers on Text mining for chemistry and the CHEMDNER… Read more »
It’s been another busy year at Chemistry Central, so we thought we’d round it off with a look at some of the year’s… Read more »
To mark the centennial of the discovery that X-rays could be diffracted through crystalline material, the United Nations named… Read more »