Transition under way


  • Carlos Renato Zacharias UNESP - Univ Estadual Paulista



After 7 years of chairing the Editorial Board of International Journal of High Dilution Research as Chief-Editor, I feel the time has come to renew the journal and prepare it to meet new challenges and advance. I learned a great deal and met many researchers in the last years, and I am very grateful to all those who shared in this task with me: readers, authors, reviewers, editors, in one simple word, my friends! Starting 2015, our journal devoted to High Dilutions will have a new Chief-Editor, Dr. Saurav Arora, from India. Along the next months, we will work together in the preparation of the next two issues (48 and 49), implementation of technical changes and revision of documents and guidelines, as well as the Editorial Board. We will provide more information on Dr. Arora and news about the Journal in the next months! The transition is already under way, I hope it will be as smooth as possible, and that it will be fully supported by the entire community involved in High Dilution research. The present issue brings further news, but from Romania, where GIRI recently organized its XXVIII Symposium and elected its new President, Dr. Stephan Baumgartener (Switzerland). Thus, both GIRI and our High Dilution journal are redefining their structure, which certainly will reflect on the entire scientific community devoted to all aspects of High Dilutions. This is not a “Farewell Editorialâ€, as I hope I will remained connected to the Journal for many years more! My friends, enjoy this issue!

Author Biography

Carlos Renato Zacharias, UNESP - Univ Estadual Paulista

Physicist (PhD), Department of Physics and Chemistry, Engineering Faculty, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Brazil. Involved with HD reasearch since 1992. Member of the Brazilian Association of Scientific Editors (ABEC) and of the GIRI Board.




How to Cite

Zacharias, C. R. (2021). Transition under way. International Journal of High Dilution Research - ISSN 1982-6206, 13(47), 83–83.

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