Faraday Discussion publications
One of the many unique aspects of Faraday Discussions is that every presenter at the meeting also writes a paper on the same topic. These papers are all submitted to the journal in advance of the meeting and peer-reviewed, before being circulated to all delegates prior to the meeting. This approach means that all delegates will have read the articles before the meeting begins, leaving more time for open, detailed, and often spirited, discussion.
All of the published journal volumes from previous Discussion meetings can be found at the RSC publications website. These volumes include the research papers discussed at each meeting, written versions of both the Spiers Memorial Introductory Lecture and the Closing remarks, as well as a record of the discussion that took place. The final volume for each meeting is published approximately 4 months after the meeting takes place.
Most papers for upcoming Discussions are published as Just Accepted Articles as they are accepted and collated into ongoing themed collections, available on the journal website.
You can find more information about the Faraday Discussions journal on the Faraday Discussions journal page.