R&D World is a renowned brand with a print magazine component, website, awards program, podcast, eNewsletters, and more. We deliver interesting and informative content to engineers, scientists, laboratory professionals, R&D managers, and others involved in the world of research. Our content includes news, trends, products, and original research — all geared toward corporate, governmental, and university R&D labs around the globe.
Meet our Team
Paul J. Heney, the VP, Editorial Director for R&D World, has a BS in Engineering Science & Mechanics and minors in Technical Communications and Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He has written about research, aerospace, robotics, medical, fluid power, green engineering, and general manufacturing topics for more than 25 years. Heney has won numerous regional and national awards for his writing and content creation from the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
Heather M. Hall, Associate Editor for R&D World, attended Kent State University. She has worked in publishing for 25 years, first as a newspaper reporter and then as an editor for B2B publishing. She worked for many years on a design engineering publication and now in research and development.
Rachael Pasini has a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and a bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from The Ohio State University. She has over 15 years of experience as a technical writer and taught college math and physics. As a Senior Editor of R&D World, she covers innovative technology and breakthrough engineering and scientific advancements.
Aimee Kalnoskas serves as senior editor for EE World and WTWH online communities, EDABoard.com and Electro-Tech-Online.com and most recently, EngineersGarage.com. Aimee began her career in electronics and technical publishing in 1984. She has served as a speaker and panelist at numerous industry events and as a moderator for many webcasts serving the electronics industry. Aimee’s interest in electronics began early in life thanks to her father, an electronics engineer who felt that oscilloscopes also made highly effective nightlights for his seven children.