"The latest physical sciences journal from Nature Publishing Group, Nature Chemistry's inaugural issue covers the breadth of chemistry, from inorganic microtubes to theoretical studies of how water behaves in detonations. 'With Nature Chemistry we are reinventing how we at NPG publish chemistry,' says Jason Wilde, NPG's Publisher for the Physical Sciences. Nature Chemistry has evolved its production processes, including redrawing compound structures submitted by authors to be machine-readable and converting these structures to International Chemical Identifiers (InChIs). 'Our aim is to make the research article the hub of science once more,' says Wilde. 'The features we have introduced to Nature Chemistry make the research article an integral part of our reader's workflow, as they link data-sources together, all from the full text,' says Wilde."