With a unique publication policy of Completely Free-of-Charge and Open Access at No-Charge, Biofuel Research Journal is indexed by Thomson Reuters Web of Science (also known as ISI Web of Science): Emerging Sources Citation Index, CrossRef, DOAJ, EZB, and CAS Databases (Chemical Abstracts).
The strong and unique Editorial Board of BRJ includes Editor-in-Chiefs (EICs) and Editors of many prestigious high impact-factored journals in the field such as Biorsource Technology (EIC & Associate Editor), Water Research (EIC), Biotechnology Advances (Editor), Applied Energy (Editor), Desalination (EIC), Industrial Crops and Products (Advisory Board), Journal of Biomass to Biofuel (EIC), International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (Editor), BioEnergy Research Journal (Associate Editor), BioResources (EIC), Energy & Environmental Science (Advisory Board), MethodsX (EIC), Journal of Membrane Science (Advisory Board), Chemical Engineering Science (Editor), Catalysis Today (Advisory Board), ACS Catalysis (Advisory Board), etc.
The Editorial of the current Issue (Issue 13, 1st March 2017) entitled “Preventing the progression of climate change: one drug or polypill?” (DOI: 10.18331/BRJ2017.4.1.2) has been authored by BRJ`s Editorial Board Members; Professor Hugh Montgomery (University College London, UK).
Hugh E. Montgomery is a Professor of intensive Care Medicine at University College London (UK), where he also a directs of the UCL Centre for Human Health and Performance. Hugh has published over 300 scientific publications including original research papers in journals such as Nature, The Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine.
Professor Montgomery has been awarded the title of London Leader by the London Sustainable Development Commission for his work in climate change and health under the auspices of Project Genie; he was also a founding member of the UK Climate and Health Council and one of the co-authors of the UCL-Lancet Commissions" in 2009 and 2015. Hugh has a wide variety of interests. Montgomery has complemented his interest in fitness with achievements which include the 100 km ultra marathons, as well as visiting Everest with the Xtreme Everest research group to undertake research. He is the co-Editor-in-Chief of the Open Access journal Extreme Physiology & Medicine, published by BioMed Central.
Hugh is currently the Co-Chair of the Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change.
This must-read Editorial masterfully looks into the critical issue of climate change and the role biofuels could potentially play in preventing the progression of this unfavorable phenomenon.The new issue also includes quality Original Research Articles.
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