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Building Journal Brands in China. C ase studies from the Royal Society of Chemistry. Emma Wilson, Publisher 7th China Science Journal Forum Chongqing , China . October 2011. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). Largest European organisation for advancing the chemical sciences Founded 1841

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building journal brands in china

Building Journal Brands in China

Case studies from the Royal Society of Chemistry

Emma Wilson, Publisher

7th China Science Journal Forum

Chongqing, China.

October 2011

royal society of chemistry rsc
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
  • Largest European organisation for advancing the chemical sciences
  • Founded 1841
  • Professional body with a worldwide network of 47,000 members
  • “ To foster the chemical sciences by the dissemination of chemical knowledge …”
rsc publishing
RSC Publishing
  • RSC publishing activity dates back to 1841
  • 32 Journals
    • Approx. 35,000 submissions (2010)
    • Approx. 13,500 articles published (2010)
    • Online journal archive (220,000 articles from 1841)
  • 90+ Books/year, ca. 400 titles in print
    • Almost 1,000 ebooks available
  • Databases, including ChemSpider
  • Magazines, including Chemistry World
portfolio development
Portfolio Development
  • RSC Publishing “Brand”
  • (2007)
  • Rapid publication times
  • Great author service
  • “Trusted” journals
chemistry spending in china
Chemistry Spending in China

Source: www.nsf.gov/statistics/seind10/c0/c0i.htm

chemistry in china quality
Chemistry in China - Quality

Source: ISI Web of Science

rsc publishing strategy china
RSC Publishing Strategy - China
  • Develop a leading presence in China
  • Expand editorial representation on journals (and books and magazines)
  • Hold significant events (conferences)
  • Recognise top researchers (RSC Awards)
  • Invite collaboration and partnerships at all levels
rsc publishing in china
RSC Publishing in China
  • Two RSC offices
    • ICCAS, Beijing
    • SIOC, Shanghai
  • China Publisher – Dr Daping Zhang
  • 5 year cooperation agreement with Chinese Chemical Society
chinese board members
Chinese Board Members

All of our journals have significant Chinese representation on Editorial Boards

chinese associate editors
Chinese Associate Editors

Xinrong Zhang

Analyst

Xiu-Ping Yan

Analytical Methods

ChunliBai

Nanoscale

Dongyuan Zhao

Journal of Materials Chemistry

Yuliang Yang

Polymer Chemistry

Jianfang Wang

Nanoscale

Can Li

ChemComm

Shan Gao

JAAS

Song Gao

CrystEngComm

Guo-Xin Jin

Dalton Transactions

Mingqiang Zhang

MedChemComm

... and growing significantly

raising our profile in china
Raising our profile in China
  • Significant ongoing programme of Editorial visits
  • Chinese publisher
  • Journal Symposia
  • Electronic email campaign to Project 211 University faculty members
  • Chinese adverts in key Chinese publications
rsc prominence of research from china
RSC prominence of research from China

Lead authors, RSC journal articles

chemcomm
ChemComm

General Chemistry Journal

Short articles, rapid publication times (60 days)

  • Editorial Board Appointments
  • Proactive commissioning activities
  • Editorial visits to China
  • ChemComm Symposia
chemcomm geo profile
ChemComm – Geo Profile

Published Articles in Chemical Communications

nanoscale
Nanoscale
  • A high-impact journal spanning nanoscience and nanotechnology
  • Published in collaboration with NCNST, Beijing. Launched in 2009
  • Rigorous, fair and efficient peerreview coordinated by handling Editors:
    • Prof ChunliBai (Beijing) – Editor in Chief
    • Prof Markus Niederberger (ETH Zurich)
    • Prof Francesco Stellacci (MIT)
    • Prof Jianfang Wang (Hong Kong)

www.rsc.org/nanoscale

nanoscale1
Nanoscale
  • Partial Impact Factor 4.11. Next Impact Factor expected to be >6
  • Submissions have increased by 100% in the last 3 months
  • Chinese submissions make up 33% of all submissions
  • Chinese papers make up 29% of all published articles
  • Will publish over 600 articles in 2011
chemical science
Chemical Science
  • New Flagship Journal
  • Dynamic
  • High quality
  • Essential
  • Unique
  • Pioneering
  • Cutting edge
  • World leading
chemical science1
Strong submissions from China (and rising)

China is the 3rd largest author base after US and UK

ISACS meeting held at Peking University, sponsored by Chinese Chemical Society

Chemical Science
rsc strategy china
RSC Strategy - China
  • Continue with leading presence in China
  • Expand local offices
  • Expand editorial representation on journals (and books and magazines)
  • Hold significant events (conferences)
  • Recognise top researchers (RSC Awards)
  • Invite collaboration and partnerships at all levels
    • Cooperation agreement with the Chinese Chemical Society
    • MedChemCom Symposia, in partnership with CPA
    • ISACS6, hosted by PKU and sponsored by CCS
    • Nanoscale, NCNST, Beijing