Meet us at Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting

Wednesday, March 22, 2023 – Saturday, March 25, 2023 - Chiba

Come see the latest Chemistry books—and talk to the editors that published them. This is your chance—if you’re attending Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting —to talk one-on-one with Springer Nature editors, to see new and essential books (and hold them in your hands!), and more.

When you visit Springer Nature in our booth, you can talk to some of the most experienced editors working scholarly publishing. These experts can answer any questions you might have and can explain the ins and outs of today’s publishing landscape, including open access (OA), what’s involved in writing and publishing a book, and more.
We welcome you to browse the full portfolio of Chemistry at Springer and Nature Portfolio here. On these pages you will find more detailed information about our books, journals, and services highlighted especially for Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting.

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Get answers from expert editors—here’s who you will meet at our booth

You’re attending Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting because you have results to share. But what’s the best way to reach the widest appropriate audience? The Springer Nature editors who are here can help answer that question. You can take the opportunity to meet us. If you haven’t written a book before, they can give you a quick introduction to the process. And if you have, they can show you how publishing a book with Springer and Nature Portfolio would be different from other publishers. They can also help answer any questions you might have about Springer and Nature Portfolio journals.

Dr. Shin'ichi Koizumig

Dr. Shin'ichi Koizumi

Senior Editor, Editorial

Books, Chemistry and Materials Science

Springer, Tokyo, JP

shinichi.koizumi@springer.com

Tel: +818059777411

Dr. Daisuke Nakajimag

Dr. Daisuke Nakajima

Publisher, Editorial

Journals, Chemistry and Materials Science

Springer Nature, Tokyo, JP

daisuke.nakajima@springer.com

Tel: +819071803445

Kentaro Katog

Kentaro Kato

Sales Director, Government, Sales

, Tokyo, JP

k.kato@nature.com

Tel: +81345338183

Madoka Kasashimag

Madoka Kasashima

Account Manager, Academic, Sales

, Tokyo, JP

madoka.kasashima@nature.com

Tel: +818058659540

Satoko Aoyagig

Satoko Aoyagi

Account Manager, Sales

, Tokyo, JP

satoko.aoyagi@springernature.com

Tel: +81345338295

Publishing with Springer Nature

Every kind of article or book you might write can find it’s home here, including in fully OA books and journals. So you can see for yourself, Shin'ichi, Daisuke, Kentaro, Madoka, and Satoko have hand-chosen examples that demonstrate the quality, breadth, and depth of what we publish; and also how your research might find its place here. If you already have a book idea in mind, you can discuss it directly with an experienced Publishing Editor. Find out what makes publishing your book with Springer Nature different.

The books and journals below illustrate the scope and quality of the research published here.

Books

Handbook of Single-Cell Technologies

T. S. Santra, F. Tseng

Handbook of Single-Cell Technologies

  • Offers a comprehensive overview of single-cell technology
Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

M. Lackner, B. Sajjadi, W. Chen

Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

  • Provides clear scientific rationale for the reality of climate change
Springer Handbook of Inorganic Photochemistry

D. Bahnemann, A. O. T. Patrocinio

Springer Handbook of Inorganic Photochemistry

  • The new authoritative desk-reference for scientists and practitioners in all fields of photochemistry in both industry and academia
Name Reactions

J. J. Li

Name Reactions

A Collection of Detailed Mechanisms and Synthetic Applications

  • Delineates each name reaction with detailed step-by-step, electron-pushing mechanism
Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry

I. Fleming, D. Williams

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry

  • Written by a an internationally renowned lecturer and experienced chemist
Polymer Chemistry

S. Koltzenburg, M. Maskos, O. Nuyken

Polymer Chemistry

  • English translation of the successful German textbook "Polymere", winner of the Chemical Industry in Germany's 2015 literature prize

Journals

Analytical Sciences

Takeshi Hasegawa

Analytical Sciences

  • Covers all aspects of the theory and practical applications of analytical sciences.
Catalysis Surveys from Asia

Hisao Yoshida

Catalysis Surveys from Asia

  • Presents significant findings and trends in catalysis from Asia
Polymer Journal

Keiji Tanaka

Polymer Journal

Research on Chemical Intermediates

Masakazu Anpo

Research on Chemical Intermediates

  • Publishes current research articles and concise dynamic reviews

See new and essential books and journals

When you visit our booth, you can see a selection of books and journals picked specifically for Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting. You can take the opportunity to directly see the quality of these books and journals by personally sampling what’s in them.

Open access

Serving the global research community with openness, rigor, quality, and transparency

Researchers have published more open access (OA) articles in Springer Nature journals than anywhere else—over a million of them, as of 2021. They publish here because they expect the best of OA innovation combined with scholarly publishing tradition. Authors can publish their work either in a fully-OA journal (there are about 600 to choose from) or around 2,000 hybrid journals.

Publishing OA can lead to greater impact. Studies show that OA articles are viewed and cited more often than articles behind a paywall. For example, on average, researchers downloaded OA articles 6 times more, cited them 1.6 times more, and gave them 4.9 times higher Altmetric Attention Scores. Authors can also make use of a free OA support service that makes it easier to discover and apply for funding to cover Article-Processing Charges (APCs).

Serving the community also has to mean transforming existing journals to fully-OA. More than 1,700 Springer Nature journals have already committed to this as Transformative Journals (TJs), and are registered with coalition S. Ultimately, serving the research community means research that’s open to all. And the only way to achieve full, immediate, and sustainable OA is by priortising investment in gold OA.

Below you’ll find a selection of OA journals and books that our editors have chosen as of particular interest for Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting.

Books

The Plaston Concept Open Access

I. Tanaka, N. Tsuji, H. Inui

The Plaston Concept

Plastic Deformation in Structural Materials

  • Is the first book to be published about the emerging concept of plaston
Nanoinformatics Open Access

I. Tanaka

Nanoinformatics

  • Enables readers to learn the state of the art of the emerging research area efficiently

How can your institution or funder help you publish open access?

One way is if your institution or funder has one of the more than 20 Transformative Agreements (TA) with Springer Nature. TAs cover article-processing charges (APCs) for affiliated researchers, so they can publish gold OA in the many Springer Nature journals these TAs include, with the APCs handled centrally.

Learn more about TAs.

Advancing your institution’s discoveries

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Path to Publish includes:

  • Nature Masterclasses expert training: On-demand training which draws on the expertise of Nature Portfolio journal editors. Curriculum includes courses for each stage of the research publication process from grant writing to data management to peer review
  • Overleaf online document tool, facilitating collaboration: Access to the most popular LaTeX-based writing and (cloud based) collaboration platform
  • AJE writing, editing, and translation: Digital language editing services for technical and academic writing
  • Research Square preprinting publishing services: Publication as a preprint—on the world’s fastest growing preprint platform—with a citable DOI

These tools and services will help your researchers get their work published faster, and with more impact. Which, in turn, will get more impact for your institution and the breakthroughs it discovers.