Conferences

Beilstein
Bozen
Symposium
2020

 

Models of Convenience

Bozen

Publications

Beilstein

Magazine

 

Open access
and open minded

Magazine

CONFERENCES

Beilstein ORGANIC

CHEMISTRY Symposium

2020

 

Earth-Abundant
3d Metal Catalysis

Org Chem 3d metal catalysis

Conferences

Beilstein

Open Science

Symposium

2020

 

Enabling Open Science

Open Science

Publications

Open
Access

 

Beilstein Journal
of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology

Funding

Student

Academy

 

Discover Knowledge

Student Academy
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Welcome to the
Beilstein-Institut

The “Beilstein-Institut zur Förderung der Chemischen Wissenschaften”
is a foundation based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

 

Our mission is to promote the advancement of the chemical and related sciences. We believe the best way to achieve this is through open science practices. The results of all of our projects are freely available to the scientific community. We work with scientists worldwide on our open access journals, data standardization projects and symposia. Our core projects are: The Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry and the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. These two platinum open access journals are interconnected with our organic chemistry, biochemistry and nanotechnology symposia, where the focus is on intensive scientific discussion and exchange. A key aspect of all our activities is the fostering of communication, collaboration and sharing of ideas between scientists.

 

Out of Office but not Out of Service

The Beilstein-Institut is taking the rapid spread of SARS CoV-2 very seriously and we are monitoring the developments. All authors, readers, editors and reviewers can use the services provided by the journals as usual. We fully understand that authors, editors and reviewers currently may need more time to respond. Similarly we ask for your understanding if you experience any delays in receiving a response from us. We can be contacted by email as usual.

 

With regards to upcoming symposia, project meetings and other activities, we are monitoring reports of the public health authorities and will decide on further actions in due time.

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