This issue of RJPS is my last as Editor-in-Chief. I have pleasant memories of last two and a half year since our team took over the responsibility. Now we are set to lay office and pass on the responsibilities to a new team of enthusiasts. The experience of editing this journal has been fantastic. Therefore, in this farewell editorial I wish to focus on the challenges of scientific publications and quality assurance in scientific journalism.
Research publication is the most authentic means of apprising development in a particular field. Scientific research implies more value in terms of commercialization and service products for community. Whatever we see around us as processed goods or machineries and equipments are the outcome of research done by experts in the field. Read more. . .
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