Challenges seeks new Editor-In-Chief , February 18, 2015 06:12

Challenges (ISSN 2078-1547) is a unique open access journal. Over the past five years, we have published research proposals, research plans, research or technology ideas, policy studies relating to science and scholarly research, and open contests aiming at solving major challenges. This kind of scholarly content is typically not published in traditional research journals.

As the term of the current Editor-in-Chief Prof. Andreas Manz, will end in 2015, you are encouraged to nominate individuals who you feel should be considered for this position. Self-nomination is also welcomed. In general, the Editor-in-Chief is responsible for the technical content and quality of the journal publications. The Editorial Office will carry out the majority of the administrative work, including the invitation of peer reviewers, correspondence with authors, professional copy editing, English editing of accepted manuscripts, and assistance in promoting the journal.

A full application for evaluation should include:

  1. The latest CV
  2. A description of the candidate’s vision for Challenges

Application are due 30 April 2015.

Please address communications to Challenges Editorial Office, (challenges@mdpi.com). Questions concerning the day-to-day operations of the journal can be addressed to Dr. Joyce Zhou, (joyce.zhou@mdpi.com).

Share on  Facebook |  Twitter |  LinkedIn

Insects (ISSN 2075-4450) Accepted for Coverage in SciVerse Scopus, March 5, 2013 04:29

We are pleased to announce that Insects (ISSN 2075-4450) has been accepted for indexing in SciVerse Scopus, published by Elesvier B.V. SciVerse Scopus is the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources.

This means that the research you publish with Insects is now more visible than before. Insects is a leading open access journal on basic and applied entomology, and the biology, physiology and ecology of insects. Insects is also covered by CAB Abstracts, the National Agricultural Library and Zoological Record.

Share on  Facebook |  Twitter |  LinkedIn