Cell Press  

Cambridge,  MA 
United States
  • Booth: 1023

Cell Press is a leading publisher of scientific research and reviews in life, physical, and earth science. With a commitment to improving scientific communication, Cell Press combines the highest-quality science with innovations in technology and publishing practices.

Meet us at booth 1023 to hear more about our portfolio of journals Chem, Joule, and iScience as well as our exciting upcoming tittles Trends in Chemistry, Matter, and One Earth.

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  • Our editors from Chem, Trends in Chemistry and Matter would like to meet you and hear about your latest research! Stop by and grab a coffee!




    Trends in Chemistry


    Monday, April 1st

    2:00-3:00 PM

    Robert Eagling

    Tom Dursch

    Steven W. Cranford

    Tuesday, April 2nd

    3:00-4:00 PM

    Robert Eagling

    Tom Dursch

    Steven W. Cranford


  • Chem
    When big questions become big finds, the world needs to know

  • If it's groundbreaking, pioneering research, you'll find it in Chem. Quality isn’t just the hallmark of the work we publish, it's also a way of working. Our dedicated team of scientific editors, chemists in their own right, works with our authors every step of the way. Chem received a debut impact factor of 14.104 in June 2018, setting the foundations for us to become a top-tier physical sciences journal and true sister journal to Cell in the life sciences. Read the latest papers: www.cell.com/chem

  • Trends in Chemistry
    Big questions, new perspectives...

  • Trends in Chemistry, the first physical science review journal from Cell Press, follows the successful launch of the primary research journal Chem. It features provocative, authoritative reviews on the big outstanding questions across the spectrum of chemistry. We offer readers a critical examination of the evidence and a fresh a point of view. Check out the inaugural issues online: www.cell.com/trends/chemistry

  • Matter
    Matter: It's material....

  • Matter, a new journal from Cell Press and a sister journal to CellChem, and Joule, will be the home for multi-disciplinary, transformative materials sciences research. The papers we publish will explore scientific advancements across the spectrum of materials development—from fundamentals to application, from nano to macro. To learn more, visit: www.cell.com/matter

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