Journal of Scientometric Research,2013,2,3,159-160.
Published:Sep 2013
Author(s) affiliations:

Sujit Bhattacharya

CSIR‑National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies, New Delhi, India


I welcome you all to the volume 2, issue 3 of the “Journal of Scientometric Research” (www.jscires.org). I am sure like me you will find this issue interesting and of high relevance; rich diversity of topics and global in scope. The authors profile and download statistics of the articles in previous issues demonstrates the journal reaching out to scholars in different countries. This diversity is helping to bring out salient aspects of research activity of different countries, and also contributing towards strengthening the methodological tools and techniques in scientometrics. I thank the research community for giving their intellectual support to the journal.

Mathematics is providing new pathways for solving problems in cutting edge science and technologies (S&T). STEM is a new acronym being adopted in the science‑technology‑innovation policy parlance of countries, signifying that along with S & T and engineering, the need to develop mathematical competency for a country’s competitiveness. Read more. . .



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Bhattacharya S. Editorial. Journal of Scientometric Research. 2013;2(3):159-160. doi:10.4103/2320-0057.135404.