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UAEM Magazine Redesigns Printed and Electronic Editions

The redesign places the magazine at the forefront of academic research worldwide

A view across UAEM's Ecatepec campus, photo: Wikipedia
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9 months ago

LEGADO, the scientific research magazine of the Architecture and Design Department at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM), has redesigned both its printed and electronic editions. The magazine has also joined the Open Journal Systems platform, placing it at the vanguard of electronic magazines worldwide.

The director of the department, Marco Antonio Luna Pichardo, said that research magazines allow readers to engage with important topics and read about academic developments.

He said that LEGADO is a scientific research publication based in the field of architecture and the design of living spaces. It is published by the Research and Postgraduate Faculty Studies Coordination, with new editions being published every six months.

Many of the magazine’s contributors are researchers, some of whom belong to the National System of Researchers of the National Council of Science and Technology (Conacyt).

Luna Pichardo also stressed that researchers and professors from the Architecture and Design Department have published articles in coordination with specialists from other universities, thus strengthening national and international academic networks.

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