Scientific publishing is currently undergoing a fast change towards open access. More I observe the quickly changing publications landscape, more questions come to my mind. Why should scientists pay for making their work and their findings available to others? Let’s discuss this issue together.
Hyekyung Clarisse Kim (Argonne National Laboratory, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org); Seeram Ramakrishna (College of Design and Engineering, National University of Singapore, email@example.com); Joshua Sperling (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA, Joshua.Sperling@nrel.gov)
“However motherhood comes to you, it’s a miracle.” – Valerie Harper.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, as Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Midlife Health, I want to draw attention to the importance of increasing global research, policy and programs on the health needs of midlife women.
"Scalable engineering innovations and solutions are necessary for substantive progress in emissions reduction, safeguarding living beings from extreme weather, and circular economy-led green growth" Seeram Ramakrishna and Dalson CHUNG, President of The Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES)