About the Journal

Humans and Chemical Regimes (HCR) Journal serves as a pivotal platform for interdisciplinary discourse, exploring the intricate relationship between humanity and chemical entities. Delving into the multifaceted interactions between humans and chemical substances, this journal unravels the profound impacts, both beneficial and detrimental, of chemical regimes on individuals, societies, and the environment. At its core, HCR elucidates the dynamic interplay between human activities and chemical processes, shedding light on crucial issues spanning from health and medicine to environmental sustainability and industrial innovation.

Embracing diverse perspectives from fields such as chemistry, biology, environmental science, sociology, anthropology, and public health, HCR offers a comprehensive understanding of the intricate web of interactions between humans and chemicals. Through rigorous research, critical analysis, and insightful commentary, the journal navigates through complex phenomena such as chemical exposure, toxicity, pollution, addiction, pharmacology, and regulatory frameworks, among others.