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News: Article Publishing Charges waived for article transfers to participating Open Access journals

If your paper is not accepted in Desalination the Editor may suggest submitting to another journal. If the Editor suggests Chemical Engineering Journal Advances, and your article is accepted, you will not have to pay an APC (Article Publishing Charge). This offer is valid on papers submitted by the 31st December 2020.

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Recent Advances in Reverse Osmosis

Increased demand for potable water supplies along with industrial and agricultural growth are continuously increasing the demand for developing non-conventional water resource from saline inland and seawater, increasing water reclamation and reuse and upgrading impaired water sources. In all of the above water desalination is indispensable for both...

Call for Papers: Special Issue on New Directions in Desalination

Benefited from the succesfull intensive research efforts made in various disciplines, saline water treatment continues to grow rapidly all around the world for both water and energy production. This special issue of the journal targets at novel and advanced concepts in desalination as well as improved existing and well known desalination technologies....

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Environmental Issues Related to Desalination

Desalination is pleased to announce a new special issue on the important topic of Environmental Issues Related to Desalination. This special issue aims to attract submissions on the state-of-the-art research and development on the interaction between desalination and the environment. Notable environmental issues associated with desalination include...

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Desalination for Industrial Applications

Desalination is pleased to announce a new special issue on the important topic of Desalination for Industrial Applications. This special issue aims to attract submissions on the state-of-the-art research and industry developments in the application of desalination in industrial processes. With seawater and brackish water desalination now standard practice,...

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Blue energy

Blue energy which is also called salt gradient power (SGP) has been established in 1954 when Pattle introduced the theoretical production of electric power after the mixture of fresh and salt water streams. This theory was not proven to be feasible, however, until the team led by Sidney Loeb proposed and demonstrated the first known applications of...

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Envionmental issues related to desalination

As the demand for clean water continues to increase in response to industrialisation, population growth, and climatic variation, desalination has become an integral part of the current water supply portfolio. The economic, social and environmental benefits of desalination are significant. Future desalination plants will need to meet not only the direct...

News: New open access journal for engineering

We are delighted to announce the launch of Results in Engineering, an online-only, author-pays, gold open access journal offering authors a rapid way to publish peer-reviewed science. As well as full research papers, Results in Engineering publishes micro-articles; these are very short papers, no longer than two pages, and may consist of a single, but...

News: Message from Editor-in-Chief, Professor Nidal Hilal

I write to bring you some exciting news. I am delighted to say that the 2017 published Impact Factor for Desalination Journal stands at an impressive 6.603, as announced by the ISI web of Science yesterday, 26 June 2018.

News: New Year Message from Desalination

The editorial team of Desalination would like to extend our warmest and best wishes for the New Year to all our authors, reviewers and members of the Editorial Board. 

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