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BMC Series blog
31 March 2020
Call for papers
BMC Chemistry is welcoming submissions to its thematic series entitled 'Polyphenols and ageing', edited by Professor Lizzy Ostler, University of Brighton.
Aims and scope
BMC Chemistry is an open access, peer reviewed journal that considers all articles in the broad field of chemistry, including research on fundamental concepts, new developments and the application of chemical sciences to broad range of research fields, industry, and other disciplines. It provides an inclusive platform for the dissemination and discussion of chemistry to aid the advancement of all areas of research.
- Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Environmental and Energy Chemistry
- Agricultural and Food Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Materials and Macromolecular Chemistry
- Green and Sustainable Chemistry
Guangde Tu, BMC
Sang Ouk Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Vassya Bankova, Bulgarian Academy of Science
Jeongho Kim, Inha University
Wei Ma, East China University of Science and Technology
Avishek Paul, Dublin City University
Livia Sarkadi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Alison Willows, University of Brighton
Rui Yang, Tsinghua University
Peng Zhan, Shandong University
Vania Zuin, Federal University of São Carlos
About the Chairs
Prof. Sang Ouk Kim is the KAIST Chair Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at KAIST (South Korea), and the director of National Creative Research Initiative Center for Multi-Dimensional Directed Nanoscale Assembly and Graphene Liquid Crystalline Fiber Center.
Prof. Kim‘s research interest is focusing on directed molecular assembly of various nanoscale materials as a novel synthetic platform for new material discovery.
BMC Chemistry, formerly known as Chemistry Central Journal, is now part of the BMC series journals family.
Chemistry Central Journal has served the chemistry community as a trusted open access resource for more than 10 years – and we are delighted to announce the next step on its journey. In January 2019 the journal has been renamed BMC Chemistry and now strengthens the BMC series footprint in the physical sciences by publishing quality articles and by pushing the boundaries of open chemistry.
The BMC Series is continuing to expand into the physical sciences and engineering disciplines. Find out more about this exciting new direction for the portfolio and related titles here.
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- ISSN: 2661-801X (electronic)