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Strad Research is an open access, peer-reviewed, wide scope international journal comprising various diverse aspects of science application, technology and engineering. The main aim of Strad Research is to provide fast publication to scientists, researchers and engineers from both academia and industry, that wish to communicate recent developments and applications in their field.
In addition, Strad Research offers a medium to authors for fast publishing individual parts of their work that are used as basis for diverse further research (example, a new software ,a modification or an original measuring apparatus/technique), specific aspects of their research that are important but not closely linked with the rest of the work (example, a study for the economical aspect of a technical implementation) and certain parts of their work that can be later used as citations, allowing authors to comply with page limits set by other journals.
A standard research article published in Strad Research consists of six pages but no page limit is set. Further, colour figures and pictures are accepted providing that they are of good quality.
An additional aim for Strad Research is to offer a medium to authors for publishing and permanent referring papers that have been presented at international conferences that do not publish their proceedings, providing that the author still owns the copyrights of his paper.
Further, unlike most journals, Strad Research accepts papers that describe negative findings and research failures, since it feels that publishing negative results is valuable and saves considerable time and effort for other scientists around the world.
Finally, Strad Research publishes papers from diverse fields of engineering, technology and science application and has a rather diverse oriented Editorial Board in an attempt to strengthen the collaboration of scientists and researchers of different backgrounds, which can prove valuable in their specific areas and in promoting research in general.