Publishing in Chem from Cell Press

About this video

Introducing Chem (launched July 2016), a sister journal to Cell, which provides a home for seminal and insightful fundamental research and showcases how these studies in chemistry and its sub-disciplines may help in finding potential solutions to the global challenges of tomorrow. In 2018, Chem won the PROSE excellence award in Physical Sciences & Mathematics and in June of this year was awarded an Impact Factor of 22.804 (Clarivate, 2020).

Join Dr. Robert Eagling, Editor-in-Chief, Chem in an engaging webinar as he introduces the journal Chem, talks about what makes it unique, explores why you should read and publish with the inter-disciplinary journal and shares techniques and strategies for researchers based in Japan on publishing in it. He will be joined by Professor Tomoki Ogoshi, Kyoto University and member of the Advisory Board. Professor Ogoshi will share some of his personal experiences and thoughts about his interactions with Chem in the past.

About the presenter

Tomoki Ogoshi

Tomoki Ogoshi received his Ph.D. degree (2005) under Prof. Yoshiki Chujo at Kyoto University.

He worked as a JSPS postdoctoral research fellow (2005–2006) at Osaka University (Prof. Akira Harada). He joined Kanazawa University, where he was promoted to assistant professor in 2006, associate professor in 2010, and full professor in 2015. In 2019, he moved to Kyoto University. His current research interests focused on developing novel functional materials and systems based on pillar[n]arenes.

Dr. Robert D. Eagling

Editor-in-Chief of Chem (Cell Press journal)

Robert D. Eagling, Ph.D., is a graduate of Newcastle University in England and brings to Chem around 15 years of experience in chemistry publishing.

He came to Cell Press from the Royal Society for Chemistry (RSC), where he most notably led the launch of Chemical Science, the RSC’s flagship general chemistry journal with the recent Noble Laureate Professor David McMillan as the inaugural Editorial Board Chairman.