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C&EN readers are tech-savvy and eager to get the latest information as soon as it’s available. Placing your message alongside their online alerts keeps you top-of-mind when this critical information arrives. Diverse online options allow you to reach out to the entire ACS membership, target only our most-responsive readers or appeal to specific industry segments.Contact A Rep
- C&EN’s Weekly Newsletter
The first of its kind, the new C&EN Weekly Newsletter presents the latest in chemistry news to over 175,000 American Chemical Society (ACS) members and subscribers. Published every Wednesday, the newsletter features short, easy-to-digest editorial content in an online format that allows members to access breakthrough stories in science and chemistry, all optimized for the convenience of their mobile, tablet or computer.
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eTOC Alerts for ACS Journals
With a fresh new design, eTOC alerts for ACS Journals access more than 135,000 unique subscribers and over 800,000 email subscriptions. Each ACS journal has its own weekly eTOC alert, giving you access to similar audience of our most committed readers in the academic and R&D markets, and exceptional keyword targeting capabilities. With more than 50 publications to choose from, including C&EN’s Global Enterprise, you can focus your message exclusively on the specializations that drive your business.
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ACS Matters Newsletter
Reach the entire membership of the American Chemical Society when you deliver your message in the ACS Matters eNewsletter. It’s the only electronic newsletter that is sent to the full ACS membership—and reaches more than 182,000 subscribers weekly.
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