Celebrating women in chemistry

Communications Chemistry is pleased to launch a Collection of articles celebrating women in chemistry
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Celebrating women in chemistry
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To celebrate this International Women’s Day, at Communications Chemistry we have put together a Collection showcasing recent work by women corresponding authors published in the journal. This Collection is designed to celebrate the excellent research conducted by women in chemistry, and we hope that it will serve to provide additional exposure for our women authors. 

Alongside this, we have additionally published an Editorial on how journal editors can support women in chemistry. We very much welcome your thoughts and feedback on this important topic.

We hope that you will enjoy exploring the Collection!

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