Posted by: bluesyemre | April 22, 2020

Best Practices in Submitting Research for Highly Selective Journals (Dr. Robert D. Eagling, Editor-in-Chief of Chem – Cell Press journal)

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Learn techniques and strategies for publishing strategies to give you the best chance of successfully publishing in highly selective journals with Dr. Robert D. Eagling, editor-in-chief of Chem (a Cell Press journal). Dr. Eagling will share tips on developing your papers for premium publications (with special focus on researchers based in the Eastern Europe region), elaborate on his experience of working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle and discuss the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. Dr. Eagling will also share more details about the growth of Cell Press journals in the physical sciences field. Such details will include the launch of many new titles, such as Chem, Matter, Joule, and One Earth. He’ll also outline Cell Press’s approach to high-demand, multi-disciplinary content and expanding OA publishing strategies at Cell Press. Join this engaging webinar and ask any remaining questions in the Q&A session. Don’t forget to extend this invitation to your colleagues who might find this of interest.

About Robert Eagling:
Robert 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 helped grow submissions and readership of Chemical Communications, increased the visibility and impact of Chemical Society Reviews in 10 years from 13 to 34, and led the launch of Chemical Science, the RSC’s flagship general chemistry journal with Professor David McMillan as the inaugural Editorial Board Chairman.

https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16651/396361


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