ACS Publications and the Tokyo University of Science have agreed to partner to explore sustainable models of open access that will advance shared goals for open science and enhance convenience for the Tokyo University of Science author community.
Tokyo University of Science
How Do I Get Support?
During Submission via ACS Paragon Plus, as a corresponding author, select your institution from a drop-down box and use your affiliated university email address.
Check that your Tokyo University of Science affiliation is stated in the body of the manuscript as the corresponding author’s affiliation.
Upon acceptance, you will receive an email with a customized link to complete and sign a Journal Publishing Agreement to retain copyright and publish open access. Click on the “Order Open Access” link on the final screen of the Journal Publishing Agreement assistant to submit the open access funding request.
Your institution will be alerted of your request and, if you are approved your work will be published at no additional cost to you as ACS open access via a CC-BY 4.0 license and made freely available on the ACS Publications website.
What are the Benefits of Institutionally Sponsored Open Access?
ACS Read + Publish Agreements, set up between ACS and an institution (or consortium), provide authors —and administrators —with a simple the easiest process to publish open access, while maintaining authors’ full access to the ACS publications portfolio of journals and Chemical & Engineering News.
Hundreds of academic institutions around the world have now signed agreements with ACS, with new agreements being reached regularly. ACS Read + Publish agreements are a sustainable approach to helping institutions accelerate the pace of open access publishing by their researchers. Other benefits include:
Accelerating the rate of open access publishing and removing administrative and APC barriers so authors can experience a seamless publishing experience
A more efficient workflow with automation –powered by a workflow program(CCC’s RightsLink) used by STM publishers, saving authors and administrators time.