Mario Pagliaro ACS Top Author

Mario Pagliaro leads the Highly Prolific Top Selected Authors list of OPR&D (2012-2016)Washington 18-Nov-2016 - Mario Pagliaro (Italy's Research Council), selected first amongst Highly Prolific Top Authors of Organic Process Research & Development (most published articles in the past 5 years). The other scientists are Klavs Jensen (MIT), C. Oliver Kappe (University of Graz), Shinya Yoshida (Astellas Pharma), and Stefan Abele (Actelion Pharmaceuticals).

Aiming to cover R&D from and for the fine organic chemicals and specialty chemicals industries, including pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, electronic chemicals, flavors and fragrances, intermediates, food additives, and specialty polymers, Organic Process Research & Development serves the community interested in the practical application of organic chemistry, both in industry and academia.

The journal serves as a communication tool between industrial chemists and chemists working in universities and research institutes. It reports original work from the broad field of industrial process chemistry but also presents academic results that are relevant, or potentially relevant, to industrial applications.

Process chemistry is the science that enables the safe, environmentally benign and ultimately economical manufacturing of organic compounds that are required in larger amounts to help address the needs of society.

The Journal encompasses every aspect of organic chemistry, including all aspects of catalysis, synthetic methodology development and synthetic strategy exploration, but also includes aspects from analytical and solid-state chemistry and chemical engineering, such as work-up tools, process safety, or flow-chemistry.

The goal of development and optimization of chemical reactions and processes is their transfer to a larger scale. It publishes original work describing such studies and the actual implementation on scale, and studies on new developments from either industry, research institutes or academia that have not yet been demonstrated on scale, but where an industrial utility can be expected and where the study has addressed important prerequisites for a scale-up.

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