Nachrichten aus der Chemie

Nachrichten aus der Chemie - online

GDCh members read the news issues and articles from 2010 in the new GDCh app free of charge.

You can download the app at:

For the GDCh app, simply register with your email address stored at the GDCh. In addition to the articles from the Nachrichten aus der Chemie , there is much more to discover in the app - the "GDCh for your pocket".


Do you want a complete PDF file of the complete News from Chemistry issue? Then log in with your GDCh membership number and your password. Then call up the news as an e-paper. With the download symbol (arrow down) you get the PDF file.


All news articles from 1953 onwards can still be accessed and downloaded in the Wiley Online Library in the browser or as a PDF.
Anytime, anywhere, GDCh members receive free access to current full texts in the app for Apple and Android devices with the Wiley Online library app under "I already have access Through my society affiliation" with the GDCh membership number and associated password .

If you want to do without the paper version of the Nachrichten aus der Chemie and only read the Online version, please send an email to the GDCh Member Service (please include your membership number).

Current issue

In June you will read ( content as PDF file )

GDCh members read the e-paper after registering with their data and clicking on the relevant issue.

To download articles, switch to the current issue of the Nachrichten aus der Chemie in the Wiley Online Library (prior registration on the GDCh page with your member data is required).

Preview of next issue

In July|August 2022 read content (as PDF file)

Recent open access articles

Contributions from issue 6/2022 are free for all readers

Editorial: enlighten, classify, exchange ideas

Diversity: A question of logistics

Green chemistry: Solve with gamma?valerolactone

Selectively functionalize white phosphorus

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: June 24, 2022)


Contributions from issue 5/2022 are free for all readers

All articles on spotlight glass in a virtual edition

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: May 27, 2022)


Contributions from issue 4/2022 are free for all readers

Chemists in the Ukraine: air raid shelters instead of laboratories

Patent release: pros and cons

April, April: Of health, gases and delicate gold

The Hückel awardee Sigrid Peyerimhoff and Gernot Frenking

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: April 26, 2022)


Contributions from issue 3/2022 are free for all readers

Editorial: Shaping the transformation together

Communication: foreign language for the management position

Climate change: reasons, requirements, and realities

Didactics of chemistry: From the dye to the copy

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: March 24, 2022)


Contributions from issue 2/2022 are free for all readers

Interview: "Fascinating exceptional case"

Scientists must resist cancel culture

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: February 24, 2022)


The main articles of the January 2022 issue of the Nachrichten aus der Chemie are available to all readers free of charge in the GDCh app. In addition, all readers can read the entire issue free of charge in the Wiley Online Library.


Articles from issue 12/2021 are free for all readers

Test-tube babies for rhinos

With rulers and skipping rope to the rainbow

Autobiographies of chemists: "I would like to learn a lesson"

Element Puzzle (Deadline: December 23, 2021)


Contributions from issue 11/2021 are free for all readers

Nobel Prize: Amazing, simple, excellent

How expensive moving is

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: November 25, 2021)


Contributions from issue 10/2021 are free for all readers

Editorial: Finally digging up the treasure trove of data

Chemists4Future: Making chemistry greener

Erlenmeyerchen: Popular figure for the GDCh

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: October 25, 2021)


Contributions from issue 9/2021 are free for all readers

Views of an awardee: Omar M. Yaghi

Views of two awardee: Peter H. Seeberger and Herbert Waldmann

Puzzle of Elements (Deadline: September 24, 2021)

The contributions to the Schlaglichtheft are freely available as a virtual issue "Sustainability" in the Wiley Online Library.



All trend reports from 2000 to 2021 can be found freely available in the "Virtual Issue Trend Reports" of the Nachrichten aus der Chemie in the Wiley Online Library.


    

Author notes

Are you going to be contributing to the Nachrichten aus der Chemie? Then be sure to read the author's notes. These help you to write a text specifically for the target group of the "news", and this makes work easier for you and the editors.
The author's instructions for conference reports apply to conference reports.

Letter for the GDCh part:
The GDCh author guidelines apply to contributions in the GDCh section. Note the deadlines and the workflow.

Media data

The Nachrichten aus der Chemie 2022 is already in its 70th year the most important information medium for chemists in all disciplines. Decision-makers, thought leaders, opinion leaders and multipliers with budget and personnel responsibility in the upper hierarchical levels of industry, universities, authorities and associations make up the unique readership.
The editorial competence corresponds to the high demands of the readers. Together with the extensive content, it leads to a high level of reader loyalty.

Media data

Media data

Contact editorial team

GDCh eV
Editorial news
Varrentrappstrasse 40-42
60486 Frankfurt / Main
Tel. +49 69 7917-462
nachricht@gdch.de

Contact job advertisements

GDCh eV
Career service
Varrentrappstrasse 40-42
60486 Frankfurt / Main
Tel. +49 69 7917-665 and -668
karriere@gdch.de

Contact
Image and product ads

Vanessa Winde
Head of Sales Laboratory, Biotechnology & Chemistry
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
Tel. +49 6201 606-721
vwinde@wiley.com

Internship with the Nachrichten aus der Chemie

More information is available here

This page has been machine translated. If you have any feedback or comments please feel free to contact us.

last modified: 27.06.2022 07:29 H from Translator