1. Why should I publish with Scientific Archives?
Scientific Archives is an international publisher started with a motto to provide free access to scientific literature to research communities all over the world. Our goal is to overcome the challenges of Open Access with ensured quality and transparency.
- We have 20 journals specialized in major streams of Medicine, Science and Technology.
- We analyze the quality of your article through peer review conducted by our expert editorial and review board members. We offer an unparalleled publishing experience to the authors by our services such as “Easy-Submit”- making your article submission process easy, “Journal-suggest” where our in-house editors will suggest you the best suitable journals and “Re-evaluate” where we provide effective comments for all rejected submissions.
- We provide permanent archiving to your articles with a DOI number. Articles published in our journals will have enhanced visibility and universal reach through indexing in various databases such as Google Scholar.
- All Scientific archives journals are Open Access and available for self-archiving. Articles will be available online in PDF and HTML formats. Online electronic re-prints as well as hard copies will be provided to authors upon their request.
2. Are Scientific Archives journals peer reviewed?
Yes, all journals of Scientific Archives are peer-reviewed. Scientific Archives ensures the quality of publication by following a rigorous peer review process. Articles submitted to any of our journals will be reviewed by two independent reviewers from the same field. However, the final decision on the article will be taken by the Editorial Board Members and the Editor-in-Chief of the respective journal.
3. What is Single Blind Peer Review and Double Blind Peer Review?
Single blind peer review
Scientific Archives follow single blind peer review process to assess the quality of the articles submitted to our journals. In single blind peer review process, the anonymity of the peer reviewers is maintained to obtain impartial decisions. Since the reviewer details are hidden, authors cannot exert any influence on the reviewers in making decision on their papers.
Double-blind review (Optional)
Authors may also choose double blind peer review process for their manuscripts. In this process, both the reviewer and the author are anonymous to each other. Since the author details are kept confidential, reviewers cannot be biased based on an author's country of origin or previous work. This process helps in achieving a fair review where articles quality will be assessed based on the content of the papers, rather than authors reputation or origin.
4. What is the average review and publishing time of Scientific Archives journals?
The journals of Scientific Archives follow rapid review process of 3 weeks. With the help of our standard international reviewers and editorial board members, we are able to provide fair and transparent review in a short time.
Accepted articles will be online within 5 business days.
5. What is the acceptance rate of your journals?
Scientific Archives is dedicated to publish quality articles and to achieve that we maintain a acceptance rate of 60%.
6. How do I become a reviewer/editor for a Scientific Archives journal?
If you are interested in joining the editorial board or reviewing papers for Scientific Archives, please send an email to the general journal contact email@example.com.
You may also register using our online link https://www.scientificarchives.com/register
7. How do I submit a manuscript to your journal?
Prospective authors can submit their manuscript either as an email attachment to journal email or through online submission portal
8. What is Public Access Policy?
In compliance with Public Access Policy of US National Institutes of Health (NIH), Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other Federal agencies, articles funded by these agencies will be deposited to PubMed Central (PMC) after the publication in the journal.
Articles funded by Europe PMC Funders will also be submitted to PMC after the publication.
9. What is a publication fee or article processing charge (APC)?
Being an open access publisher, Scientific Archives LLC, collects article processing charges (APC) from authors after the acceptance of an article. APC can be paid by authors from their research budget or by their supporting institutions. APC will help the publisher to recover the cost incurred during review and publication process and also to maintain the full text of the published articles online without any charge for the readers.
10. What is Membership Program?
Scientific Archives offers membership program to support researchers, institutions and societies by lowering the APC associated with the article publication. Our members and allied institutions can avail special discounts on publication charges. We currently offer;
- Personalised Membership
- Institutional Membership
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