, Volume 299, Issue 1, pp 3-4
Date: 10 Nov 2013

Greeting editorial

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It is a great honor and also a great responsibility to take over the Editor-in-Chief position at Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry after Professor Tibor Braun, the founder of this journal. JRNC (or as it was often called, jokingly, “Acta Braunica”) has always been the most important journal (the journal) in our field, which is so exactly described by its name. The most important developments in my research area—prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA), also neutron activation analysis (NAA)—have always been published here. As a young scientist, I started sending my manuscripts (first via post, later electronically) to Prof. Braun’s editorial board more than 20 years ago. Later I started receiving manuscripts for review (first hardcopies, later electronically) and also had the opportunity of trying myself as a guest editor. Thus, I could get closer and closer to scientific publishing, never even dreaming of standing at the steering wheel of the flagship of radiochemistry j