Step-growth polymerization in the 21st century

Step-growth polymerization in the 21st century

Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics in a new special issue presents a modern perspective to the long-established field of step-growth polymerization reactions, guest-edited by Andrew Dove and Michael Meier.

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Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Dec. 2014


This month’s top 5 most read articles from Advanced Optical Materials.

ChemNanoMat opens for submissions


ChemNanoMat is the latest journal to be launched by Wiley-VCH and opened for submissions at the beginning of November.

Advanced Science – Top Science with Maximum Accessibility


Wiley has launched a new interdisciplinary fully open access journal called Advanced Science.

Advanced Optical Materials – November Issue Covers


Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.

Two-dimensional materials: electronic structure and many-body effects


Special issue, guest-edited by F. Guinea, M. I. Katsnelson, and T. O. Wehling, is focused on electronic structure and other properties of 2D materials.

Impact factor increases 71% for JPS: Polymer Physics


The impact factor for the Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics increased 71% to 3.803, according to a Thomson Reuters update.

Aiming for nature’s molecular precision: a special issue on precision polymers

precision polymers

Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics presents new and exciting developments in the synthesis and properties of precision polymers, guest-edited by Michael R. Buchmeiser.

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Polyolefin catalysis and materials: a special issue dedicated to Prof. Minoru Terano

polyolefin catalysis and materials

Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, on the occasion of Prof. Minoru Terano’s 60th birthday, has published a special issue on the continuing innovation in polyolefin catalysis and materials.

Henning Sirringhaus joins the Advanced Electronics Materials editorial board


Professor Sirringhaus, from the University of Cambridge, is one of the outstanding researchers in the field of organic electronics.