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ACS Commits to the Sustainability of the ChemRxiv Preprint Server

The American Chemical Society (ACS) joined forces with the Royal Society of Chemistry and the German Chemical Society (GDCh) to support the financial and strategic development of ChemRxiv. According to the press release, “This strategic partnership among three of the largest scientific societies in the chemical sciences will enable researchers to rapidly disseminate their findings in a forum that is free and globally accessible.” It will also ensure the sustainability of the service and allow it to continue to provide researchers around the world with access to preprints from all fields of chemistry.

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