Currently, I am a Deputy Editor for Green Chemistry which is owned and published by the RSC. We also publish journals on behalf of other societies. For example I also work for NJC: New Journal of Chemistry and we publish on behalf of the French research institute: CNRS. PPS: is owned by four different societies: EPA, ESP, AOSP, KSP
The RSC has 6 main departments: Publishing, Membership, Library, Education, Conferences and Science & Technology: to influence and guide policy through strong Parliamentary links and partnership with the chemical science community. The RSC also seeks to reward those undertaking excellent work in the chemical sciences with its prestigious Prizes and Awards. Any surplus is invested in the advance of chemical sciences.
Life and journey of a manuscript
We have an active and growing Books program, currently around 80 per year and increasing The RSC publishes 30 journals and has been publishing journals in some guise since 1841. The entire content until 2010 is available electronically in a journals archive. We also publish databases and magazines such as Chemistry World. All the publishing activities are based at our Cambridge office with a staff of 350 people mostly trained chemists. Also LIC based in London
Scientific Publishing - A Deputy Editor’s Perspective Kathleen Too Royal Society of Chemistry Friday 26 th November 2010 University of Glasgow
Deputy Editor, RSC Deputy Editor, RSC Owned by: the European Photochemistry Association (EPA), the European Society for Photobiology (ESP), the Asia and Oceania Society for Photobiology (AOSP) and the Korean Society of Photoscience (KSP). Owned by Centre Nationale de la recherche Scientifique (CNRS) Owned by the RSC