De Gruyter launches new open access journal Chemistry Teacher International: Best Practices in Chemistry Education

As part of our publishing partnership with the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), De Gruyter will launch a new open access journal, Chemistry Teacher International: Best Practices in Chemistry Education (CTI), in summer 2018.

This open access journal will publish biannually on behalf of IUPAC’s Committee on Chemistry Education of IUPAC. The inaugural issue will be released in June 2018; the second issue is scheduled for December that year. For the first two years of publication, the journal will be supported through an IUPAC project grant, and there will be no article processing charge for authors.

The journal focuses on publishing papers presented at conferences about Chemistry Education, including articles that give reports about recent developments in the field and good practice advice on all teaching levels.

“We are happy to foster our productive cooperation with IUPAC through this journal launch,” says Karin Sora, Vice President STEM at De Gruyter. “At the same time, Chemistry Teacher International will complete our portfolio in the area of Chemistry Science by a valuable facet.”

Chair of IUPAC Committee on Chemistry Education, Jan Apotheker, will function as executive editor together with Iwona Maciejowska, chair of the EuCheMS Division of Chemical Education. For more information on the journal’s Aims and Scope, Instructions for Authors, and online submission please visit

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