2019年5月15日Chem 杂志Robert Eagling教授学术报告
Publishing with Chem from Cell Press
The presentation will focus on an introduction to Cell Press, followed by a focus on Chem, including why Chem was launched, and how it has evolved since the first issue in July 2016. I will move on to showcase successes and future developments as well as introduce other new titles launched or nearing launch at Cell Press. Finally, I will finish by provide some tips on how to improve your chances of getting published in high impact journals.
Outline of the talk
1. Cell Press and the journals Introduction
2. In house editorial and peer review process
3. Editor's insights
Dr Robert Eagling
Editor-in-Chief, Chem, Cell Press
Robert Eagling, PhD, is a graduate of Newcastle University, England (both degree and PhD) and brings to Chem over 16 years of experience in chemistry publishing, which includes journals, book commissioning and the organization of high profile conferences such as the International Symposium on Advancing the Chemical Sciences (ISACS). He came to Cell Press from the Royal Society for Chemistry, where he helped grow submissions, readership and overall impact factors of Chemical Society Reviews and Chemical Communications and led the launch of Chemical Science. Since 2015, he has been the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of Chem, the first physical science journal to be launched by Cell Press and, sister journal to Cell. In just four years, Chem has made a big impact on the chemistry publishing scene, being awarded the Prose award for excellence in physical science publishing and receiving a partial first impact factor of 14.1, placing it on par with the Journal of the American Chemical Society, and second only to Nature Chemistry.