Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry

December 05, 2002

The first issue of Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, formed from the merger and strategic development of Perkin Transactions 1 & 2, will be published on 10 January 2003. The electronic version will go up on 23 December 2002.

Barbara Imperiali, Francois Diederich, Ben Feringa and Chi-Huey Wong are amongst the first eminent scientists to publish Advance Articles in the journal. Further details are given below. The first issue will also feature contributions from Steve Ley, Jay Siegel and Michael Burkart, these will be available online soon.

Advance Articles Now Available on the Journal Website Include:-

Perspective
Communications
Articles
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Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry will be an essential read for organic chemists. The new journal has attracted contributions from a great number of leading institutions all over the world on topics covering the full breadth of organic chemistry.

These are exciting times for organic chemists, who are at the molecular heart of life science. Synthetic and physical organic chemistry are rapidly gaining importance in the emerging fields of chemical biology and nanotechnology where they play a crucial role in the development of new bioactive substances and novel materials. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry will be key to the dissemination of these advances.

Royal Society of Chemistry

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