ACS is the leading publisher of peer-reviewed research in the chemical and related sciences. In addition to 34 research journals, the society also publishes the weekly newsmagazine, Chemical & Engineering News. With the ACS Journal Archives, ACS Publications provides searchable access to over 130 years of original research in chemistry, dating back to the inaugural volume of the Journal of the American Chemical Society in 1879. Size: Over 750,000 full-text articles. Updated: Daily.
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The American Chemical Society is providing Free Access to over 380 Presentations from the ACS Boston National Meeting featuring PowerPoint presentations synched with audio.
If you missed the national meeting in Boston, here is your chance to sample some of its top papers. And for those of you who attended, here is an opportunity to review material you found particularly interesting or may have missed.
For a complete listing of recorded talks, visit http://www.softconference.com/ACSchem and click on the Boston content link.
I’m relieved to report that access to ACS Journals has been restored.
FYI, Wiley’s site will be down approximately 2 hours on Saturday, Oct. 2nd, 8-10am PDT.
As many of you already know, we have temporarily lost access to the ACS Journals. The problem has been reported to ACS Publications. When I have more news, I will send out an update. Stay tuned, and sorry for the inconvenience.
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