JCST 2020: the beginning of great changes
The Journal of Current Science and Technology (JCST) has undergone great changes in 2020.
First, JCST officially discontinued the print version of the journal. The last in-print JCST (ISSN 2630-0583) was Volume 9 Number 2, July-December 2019, allowing the journal to focus on its online-only version from January 2020 onward. The journal will continue publishing high-quality peer reviewed articles in strictly electronic form [ISSN 2630-0656 (Online)] which can be easily accessed on the web.
Second, the acceptance for inclusion in the SCOPUS database on May 5, 2020, has made us at the Journal of Current Science and Technology (JCST) very proud.
Third, the Editorial Team of JCST are much more diversified than ever before. We feel very obliged for the kind collaboration and support from experts and scholars from Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Greece, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, UK, USA, and Vietnam. Such contributions from international experts will always be welcome.
Fourth, we are grateful for the assistance of experts as reviewers of manuscripts. They, too, come from many countries including India, Israel, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, USA, and Vietnam.
Fifth, the Editorial Board of JCST is thankful for the contributions of manuscripts from authors residing in Brazil, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. The Board encourages researchers world-wide who are specialists in science and technology to consider JCST as their first choice.
Sixth, from 2020 onwards, JCST will focus on publishing more review articles. The first of these review articles entitled “Circadian and non-circadian melatonin: influences on glucose metabolism in cancer cells”, was kindly contributed by Russel J. Reiter, Ramaswamy Sharma, Qiang Ma, Sergio Rosales-Corral, and Walter Manucha. We mention this in the hope that other scientists will undertake such reviews in their disciplines.
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