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boothThanks to everyone who visited our booth last week at the Society of Toxicology Meeting in Phoenix – it was great to meet you! 

We had a range of toxicology resources on display, including Toxicology Research and our Issues in Toxicology book series.

Congratulations to Lawrence Kennedy (United States Naval Academy), the lucky winner of our prize draw.

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Forthcoming new books in the Issues in Toxicology series

Heavy Metals in Water Histological Techniques
Heavy Metals In Water: Presence, Removal and Safety
Edited by Sanjay Sharma
Histological Techniques: An Introduction for Beginners in Toxicology
Robert Maynard, Noel Downes and Brenda Finney
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Graphical abstract: Front coverThe very first issue of Environmental Science: Nano has just been published online.

The issue features cutting-edge reports on nanomaterial interactions with biological and environmental systems as well as the sustainable design and use of engineered nanomaterials. And the great news is that all the articles are FREE to access.

Read the issue now and sign up for the e-alert to get details of subsequent issues delivered to your inbox.

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CrossCheck powered by iThenticatePlagiarism.

It’s an ugly word that rings alarm bells for many in the world of scientific publishing, especially the authors. Because no-one wants their research to be copied and republished.

But with the increasing numbers of scientific articles submitted every day, how can we improve our ability to spot plagiarism and deal with it?

That’s where CrossCheck comes in.

Created by CrossRef and powered by iThenticate software, it provides publishers with a mechanism for detecting plagiarism in scholarly publications. So we, and many other scholarly publishers, can compare manuscripts against published ones, using the large content repository and the iThenticate software.

You’ve always been able to trust us to publish your work quickly and efficiently, and make it available to the worldwide community. Now you know you have an additional reason to trust us to protect that work, and maintain the integrity of the scientific record for you and for future generations.

So that’s another reason to publish with us. You can hear why others have chosen us as a publisher in this video.

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About CrossRef
CrossRef  is a not-for-profit membership association of publishers. Since its founding in 2000, CrossRef has provided reference linking services for over 64 million scholarly content items, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference proceedings, reference entries, technical reports, standards, and data sets. CrossRef also provides additional collaborative services designed to improve trust in the scholarly communications process, including Cited-By linking, CrossCheck plagiarism screening, CrossMark update identification, and the FundRef funder identification service.

About iThenticate
iThenticate is the leading provider of professional plagiarism detection and prevention technology used worldwide by scholarly publishers and research departments to ensure the originality of written work before publication. iThenticate helps editors, authors and researchers prevent misconduct by comparing manuscripts against its database of over 43 billion web pages and 130 million content items, including 38 million works from 530 scholarly publisher participants of CrossCheck, a service offered by CrossRef and powered by iThenticate software. iThenticate is developed by Turnitin, the leader in plagiarism and originality checking for educational institutions worldwide. The company is headquartered in Oakland, California with international offices in Newcastle, United Kingdom. 

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Wei Luo with a copy of ChemComm

ChemComm author Wei Luo from Oregon State University displays the copy of ChemComm in which his article appears

Thanks to everyone who visited our booth last week at the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston – it was great to meet you! 

We had a range of our top books and journals on display, including the very first issue of our new journal, Materials Horizons.

Congratulations to Ashok Kumar (University of South Florida), the lucky winner of our Kindle Fire prize draw.

Commiserations to everyone else who entered but we’ve got some exciting offers that we think you’ll be interested in:

Free access to Materials Horizons and Biomaterials Science

Simply fill in this short form on our Publishing Platform and you can read all issues of new journals Materials Horizons and Biomaterials Science for free until the end of 2015 and 2014 respectively. Plus, you’ll get access to all other free content across our journals and books, including a sample chapter from each book in the RSC eBook Collection.

20% off affiliate membership – with free access to Chemical Science 

Join the Royal Society of Chemistry before 31 December 2013 using promotional code MRS13 and you’ll pay just £56 and receive a complimentary online subscription to our award-winning flagship journal Chemical Science.

We’ll also keep you up-to-date with the latest chemical science news from around the world with a free subscription to Chemistry World magazine.

And there are plenty more benefits to support you throughout your career. 

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All competition entrants are now signed up to the Materials Horizons table of contents e-alert. You can sign up to stay in touch with books and journals relevant to your field here.

Delegates doing periodic table jigsaw

Delegates were challenged by our Visual Elements Periodic Table jigsaw

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Here at the Royal Society of Chemistry we are constantly looking to improve our procedures to make things easier for our journal authors.

And we are glad to say that we can now offer free colour for all images and figures in all of our journals, in print and online.

We believe this will further improve the efficiency of our submission, editing and publication processes, and enhance the readers’ experience as well.

So that’s one more reason to choose to publish with us.

View this video to hear from international researchers on why they choose Royal Society of Chemistry journals.

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The first articles for new journal Environmental Science: Nano are now available online.

Environmental Science: Nano

Cutting-edge research on the effects of nanotechnologies on environmental and human health

Environmental Science: Nano publishes the latest work on nanomaterial interactions with biological and environmental systems, and the design and use of engineered nanomaterials for sustainability. It’s the only high impact journal dedicated to publishing environmental nanoscience papers and, as these first articles show, it is already attracting strong support and attention from the community. 

A chemical free, nanotechnology-based method for airborne bacterial inactivation using engineered water nanostructures
Georgios Pyrgiotakis, James McDevitt, Andre Bordini, Edgar Diaz, Ramon Molina, Christa Watson, Glen Deloid, Steve Lenard, Natalie Fix, Yosuke Mizuyama, Yamauchi Toshiyuki, Joseph Brain and Philip Demokritou

Alterations of intestinal serotonin following nanoparticle exposure in embryonic zebrafish
Rıfat Emrah Özel, Kenneth N. Wallace and Silvana Andreescu

A minor lipid component of soy lecithin causes growth of triangular prismatic gold nanoparticles
Benjamin R. Ayres and Scott M. Reed

Natural water chemistry (dissolved organic carbon, pH, and hardness) modulates colloidal stability, dissolution, and antimicrobial activity of citrate functionalized silver nanoparticles
Lok R. Pokhrel, Brajesh Dubey and Phillip R. Scheuerman

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All Environmental Science: Nano articles will be free to access online until the end of 2015*, so researchers worldwide can benefit from the latest research.

Join these leading authors: submit your work to Environmental Science: Nano.

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*All articles published in 2014 and 2015 issues are free to access online to all individuals who have signed up for an RSC Publishing Personal Account, and to all existing Royal Society of Chemistry customers with an IP address registered.

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