FOR P A P E R S
You’ve Built More libraries Than Carnegie ISN'T
ublish your research in the Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry—a n e w publication of the prestigious American Chemical Society. Submissions are Now Being Accepted... .. .in preparation for the launch of the Journal—in both print and web editions—in January 1999. This high-quality, peer-reviewed publication will report innovative work in the broad field of combinatorial chemistry, with a particular emphasis on: • • • •
solid-phase organic synthesis solution-phase organic synthesis methods of facilitating high-throughput synthesis encoding
• automation • polymer supports • the coupling of synthesis and screening of libraries, and • analytical characterization studies This will be the First Journal in this Area to: • institute requirements for the characterization of published libraries • require the inclusion of experimental details, thus meeting the high standards of ACS journals, and
His other honors have included an American Cyanamid award in recognition of excellence in the art of chemical synthesis, an Eli Lilly award, a Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and a Teacher-Scholar Fellowship from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation. Associate editors include Jonathan A. Ellman of the University of California, Berkeley and Stephen W. Kaldor of Eli Lilly and Company. If You Have Been Developing Useful Innovations... .. .in the field of Combinatorial Chemistry, you owe it to yourself and to your colleagues to look into this opportunity. Please request a copy of our Manuscript Submission Guidelines from the editor (below), or find them on-line at http://pubs.acs.org. But act quickly, because in this field, everyone is scanning for functional new solutions, asap! Anthony W. Czarnik, Editor Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry Illumina 15817 Bernardo Center Drive, Suite 102 San Diego, CA 92127-2322 619-672-0419 FAX: 619-672-2325 Email: [email protected]
• emphasize teaching, rather than simply announcing, essential new research
The Editorial Team is Recognized for Innovation Editor Anthony Czarnik—currently Chief Scientific Officer at Illumina in San Diego, CA—was a recipient of both the DuPont and Merck awards for new faculty while on the faculty of Ohio State University.
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