Delivered to your inbox every Wednesday, our Re:action email is a weekly digest of important and interesting chemistry stories sourced from a wide range of journals, magazines and websites published worldwide.
At Chemistry World, we’re proud to support the global chemical science community with the research, news and views you need to stay informed on the breakthroughs, challenges and emerging trends happening worldwide. But we want to make it even easier for our community to stay up to date. That’s why we’re launching Re:action.
Starting on 1 September 2021, and delivered every Wednesday, Re:action is a weekly email digest of the top chemical science stories sourced from Chemistry World and elsewhere, handpicked by our editors and featuring expert analysis and insight. Re:action is the easiest way to stay up to date on the chemical science stories that matter.
This new newsletter is a chance for us to put the topics and trends we’re following as a team into context for our readers
Jennifer Newton, RSC content editor, Chemistry World
What makes Re:action special?
- It includes content from a wide range of international journals, magazines and websites - research, long reads, opinions, news, podcasts, videos - everything that’s informed, impressed and entertained us that week.
- Each week, an editor will share their insight on emerging trends in chemical science, giving you a fresh and trustworthy perspective on what matters and why
- If you’re short on time, we include the must-read articles of the week at the very top of the email with direct links to the original published version
- You won’t find this content anywhere else. Everything we put into Re:action is exclusive to the email and isn’t published on our website
- It’s completely free to anyone with a Chemistry World account
The Chemistry World team is excited to introduce this new email to our readers. ‘Re:action will allow the Chemistry World team to share even more of its knowledge and expertise with our community,’ says Adam Brownsell, Chemistry World’ s editor and publisher. ‘We’ve designed the email so that if you’re short on time, it’s easy to go straight to those must-read stories. And if you’ve got longer, you can engage with a deeper analysis of the chemistry topics that really matter. We think Re:action readers will feel connected and informed.’
‘This new newsletter is a chance for us to put the topics and trends we’re following as a team into context for our readers. It’s also a great outlet to celebrate and promote science media from across the world that we draw inspiration from,’ comments Chemistry World’s RSC content editor, Jennifer Newton.
Sign up now to receive the free email every Wednesday; the first will be sent on 1 September 2021.
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