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       Dr Charlie Marshall

       Managing Editor of Nanoscale and Nanoscale Horizons

       Royal Society of Chemistry, UK




        Dr May Copsey

       Executive Editor of Chemical Science

       Royal Society of Chemistry, UK

Invited Speakers


   Prof. Vincent Artero

  University Grenoble Alpes & CEA, FR



   Prof. James Durrant

   Imperial College London & Swansea University, UK



Prof. Jennifer Rupp

MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer

Science, US



   Dr. Garry Rumbles

   National Renewable Energy Laboratory & University of

   Colorado Boulder, US


Topics to be covered by the Workshop:

  • An introduction to the Royal Society of Chemistry by RSC journal Editors
  • Recent developments in STM Publishing
  • What Editors are looking for to publish in high-impact journals
Online Workshop

The Royal Society of Chemistry Workshop How to publish your work in high impact journals took place on Wednesday 17th of June 2020.


This free online workshop provided an overview of the publishing activities of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) with a focus on our broad portfolio of journals that publish high quality science in the fields of energy and materials. It included advice for how to prepare your research for publication, as well as tips on promoting your research and how the RSC can help support this. It also provided details on how the publishing landscape is changing in response to issues such as Open Access, and what this means for authors.

The session encompassed a panel discussion of RSC Editors, who provided their thoughts on what Editors are looking for to publish in high-impact journals.

Our Editors discussed questions such as:

  • What are you looking for when assessing a paper that has been sumitted?
  • How do you share your research with the community once it is been published?
  • What is the best piece of advice you have had on how to get your work published?





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