ChemPremiere: Community-run web page highlights chemistry preprints

ChemPremiere - chemistry preprints highlighted by early career researchers14-Apr-2022 - After many years of delay, preprints in chemistry in the first three months of 2022 are finally growing at an healthy 600-700 preprint/month rate.

Early career researchers (ECRs) will now select interesting preprints in the main fields of today's research in the chemical sciences, posting a summary of the selected preprint, and a personal comment of the selector on its significance.

Young scientists from the community, in brief, will highlight and comment on preprints across the chemical sciences considered of particular relevance to the chemistry research community,

Preprints will be accessed on different servers including ChemRxiv, Preprints, Research Square, SSRN, and Authorea.

Readers will be able to  read preprint highlights at and remain up-to-date by following the community on Twitter (@ChemHL).

Early ECRs selecting the preprints include Emilia Paone, University of Reggio Calabria, Sofia Morozova, University of Toronto, Mina Gharhemani, Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Corrado Garlisi, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Dmitry Eremin, University of Southern California.

Invited by an advisory board led by Mario Pagliaro and Francesco Mauriello, many others will soon join the community.

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