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Elsevier selected to publish open-access journal: Engineering

August 10, 2016

Oxford, UK, August 10, 2016 - Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced that it has been selected to publish Engineering, an open access journal published in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

Engineering was founded in 2015 in China and will now be published for a global audience. The journal aims to provide a high-level platform where academic achievements of great importance in engineering science and technology can be shared. Research findings published in Engineering should contribute to new innovations in order to foster the development of world-class industries and engineering projects of great socio-economic significance.

Discussing the journal, Co-Editor-in-Chief Zhihua Zhong, from the Chinese Academy of Engineering, commented: "With an ever-increasing importance of engineering innovations and collaborations, Engineering will promote and facilitate multidisciplinary collaborations and advance science in the broadest possible way."

"We are very excited about the re-launch of Engineering," added Co-Editor-in-Chief, Raj Reddy, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. "The journal will reach engineers across the world, and we look forward to their enthusiastic participation and support."

Christopher Greenwell, Publishing Director at Elsevier, noted: "Elsevier is delighted to collaborate with the Chinese Academy of Engineering on this flagship open access journal. China has made huge advances in engineering science and technology in recent years and has the potential to be the global leader in the field. Both parties are committed to publishing and promoting high-quality research works in these fields. . Its wide dissemination and broad scope will ensure that a large and diverse readership will find something of interest in Engineering."
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Engineering is now available on ScienceDirect. For more information or to submit an article, go to: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/engineering.

About Open Access Publishing at Elsevier

Elsevier has been providing open access publishing options since 2005. Today, researchers can choose to publish open access in over 1,600 established peer-reviewed journals as well as over 500 full open access journals and these numbers will continue to grow rapidly. All of Elsevier's open access publications have been peer reviewed, ensuring that the broader community not only reads the latest research but that it is factual, original and of the highest quality and ethical standards. For more information about Elsevier's open access program, visit http://www.elsevier.com/openaccess.

About the Chinese Academy of Engineering

The Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) is the national academy of the People's Republic of China for engineering. It was established in 1994 and is an institution of the State Council of China. It composed of 850 members with the highest honor in the community of engineering science and technology (EST) of the nation.

Its missions are to initiate and conduct strategic studies, provide consultancy services for decision-making of nation's key issues in EST, to promote the development of the undertaking of EST and enhance the international cooperation, and devote itself to the benefit and welfare of mankind.

About Elsevier

Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions, deliver better care, and sometimes make groundbreaking discoveries that advance the boundaries of knowledge and human progress. Elsevier provides web-based, digital solutions -- among them ScienceDirect, Scopus, Elsevier Research Intelligence and ClinicalKey -- and publishes over 2,500 journals, including The Lancet and Cell, and more than 35,000 book titles, including a number of iconic reference works. Elsevier is part of RELX Group, a world-leading provider of information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries. http://www.elsevier.com

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