PublicaÃ§Ãµes SBQ is an organ of the Brazilian Chemical Society dedicated to the dissemination of scientific, technical, didactic, and informative material via print and web based media. Its primary mission is to produce publications of interest to the Brazilian chemical community: professional chemists in university and industry, and chemistry students in high school, college, and graduate schools. This also includes mechanisms for diffusion of chemistry for the layman and juvenile public. The following editorial activities are a part of PubliSBQ:
The Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society - JBCS
Monthly electronic and print publication of scientific articles in the English language covering all aspects of chemistry, except education, philosophy, and history of chemistry. It is a means to disseminate original and significant contributions of new chemical knowledge.
QuÃmica Nova - QN
Electronic and print publication of scientific articles in Portuguese, Spanish, and English containing results from original research, reviews, new methods and techniques, and topics in education. QN publishes 10 issues yearly.
QuÃmica Nova na Escola â€“ QNEsc
Quarterly print and electronic publication that proposes to assist the work, training, and upgrading of the teachers in the Brazilian chemistry community, and provides an open platform to the educator for inspiring discussions and reflections on the teaching and learning of chemistry.
Revista Virtual de QuÃmica â€“ RVq
Bimonthly electronic publication of articles in Portuguese or English aimed to be a resource for consultation and for dissemination of chemical knowledge among teachers, and graduate and undergraduate chemistry students.
QuÃmica Nova Interativa â€“ QNInt
The objective of this highly interactive and updated website is to provide reliable tools for training in chemistry to students and teachers at all levels of training.
Boletim EletrÃ´nico â€“ BE
Weekly subscription-based newsletter published in Portuguese. Contributions from editors and reader submitted articles cover news, calendar of events, and employment opportunities for the Brazilian chemical community. It is responsible for the SBQ microblog on Twitter @sbqnet.
Editora SBQ â€“ EditSBQ
Organ responsible for publishing books.
Website with chemistry-related games, animations, and texts intended for pre-teen and teen audiences.