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Welcome to our third publication!

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We are changing publication standards



For each article hosted, CESaRE will provide three separate versions that will offer readers the choice between a full, detailed account of the published article, or more abridged versions specifically for highlighting key points and research features in the study. As we build readership, authorship and especially trust, we are bringing sound research from authors in the region while we transition into full peer-reviewed (explained here) publications.

3 Versions working for You



At CESaRE, we are committed to innovative ways to ensure open-access resources for the general public and all interested entities. While maintaining the integrity and credibility of the Author’s article, we have summarized the main publication (The Detailed) to afford you a digestible form of their work through The QuikEZ. Don’t worry however, you will still be able to access the full article along with all resources and citations!



CESaRE has a strong mandate to increase academic engagement with industry affiliates and associated NGOs. Far too often, inaccessible Journals hinder general members of the public and private sectors from engaging with major scientific findings and discourse. The UpCycle disseminates the key points of the Author’s article, pushing beyond the research into the “What Next”. This supplementary document has been sent to relevant industry leaders and NGOs, ensuring further research and discussion to stimulate applied outcomes. If you would like to request this document, please let us know here.

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