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WILEY-VCH Launches Macromolecular Reaction Engineering

WILEY-VCH launches Macromolecular Reaction Engineering One of the 
main reference sources for researchers in the area of polymer 
reaction modeling, reactor optimization and control

Weinheim, Germany, December, 7th, 2006 - WILEY-VCH today 
announced next year's launch of Macromolecular Reaction 
Engineering (MRE), the youngest member of the successful family 
of high-quality Macromolecular Journals.

The new sister journal extends the scope of the already 
well-established Macromolecular Journals by emphasizing polymer 
reaction engineering as a crucial component in the development 
and improvement of polymeric materials.

With six issues per year, MRE will focus on recent and important 
results of research from the entire field of polymer reaction 
engineering after strict peer-reviewing of all submitted 
contributions. MRE publishes reviews, feature articles, full 
papers and communications. The journal will also include book 
reviews, essays, macromolecular news and conference reports.

The first article of MRE is available online and can be accessed 
at the journal's homepage (http://www.mre-journal.de). The essay 
by Piet Lemstra addresses an ongoing controversial discussion 
about the (broken) chain-of-knowledge between academia and 
plastics-producing industry.

MRE will target polymer scientists, chemists, physicists, 
materials scientists, and engineers, all from academic as well as 
from industrial research.

Macromolecular Reaction Engineering will be available in print 
and online via Wiley InterScience 
(http://www.interscience.wiley.com), Wiley's dynamic online 
publishing platform.

Complimentary online access is available to all institutions 
throughout 2007. Ask your librarian to register at 

For further information about Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, please
visit the journal's homepage: http://www.mre-journal.de

Dr. Stefan Spiegel
Editor, Macromolecular Reaction Engineering

Ute Schnebel