Greater global access to The Journal of Engineering

Engineering researchers will now have greater access to cutting-edge intelligence and research, thanks to a partnership between the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to promote the IET’s open access journal The Journal of Engineering.

The Journal of Engineering publishes scientifically sound research across a broad spectrum of engineering fields including electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, energy engineering, civil engineering, micro- and nanotechnology, computing and software, biomedical engineering and materials engineering.

Vincent Cassidy, IET head of academic markets, said: 'We are delighted to be working with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to promote the expansion of open access research. The Journal of Engineering offers a unique forum for the publication of research findings across a broad spectrum of engineering and its inclusion on the GoOA platform is a testament to the quality of research published since its launch.

'This partnership will allow Chinese researchers greater access to the latest in interdisciplinary engineering research and widen the global reach of this open access journal.'

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