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Science Journal Gains Support From the Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry agreed to collaborate with Royal Society Publishing on its Royal Society Open Science open access (OA) journal. The organization will manage the commissioning and peer review processes for the journal’s chemistry section (one of its 12 subject sections). Covering research across all science disciplines, the journal features objective peer review, open data (authors must make all of their supporting data freely available), and article-level metrics.

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