Quarterly scientific journal, Science Reviews - Biology, launches as a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed open access journal

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The quarterly peer-reviewed open access scientific journal Science Reviews - Biology will appear online and in print, pays honorariums to authors of the best articles

Science Reviews - Biology will appear online and in print, pays honorariums to authors of the best articles

Science Reviews - Biology will appear online and in print, pays honorariums to authors of the best articles

We encourage high-quality reviews and research articles, and to do this, we publish the best article free of charge in each issue and also pay a honorarium to its authors. Science Reviews - Biology exists both online and as a paper journal to ensure that published articles are never lost.

A new quarterly scientific journal launched, Science Reviews - Biology, is an international, multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes reviews and research articles in the field of biology such as physiology, microbiology, genome editing, stem cell therapy, and more. The journal is published online and as a Canadian print journal (ISSN 2816-9107) with free delivery to authors.

“We encourage high-quality reviews, research articles and publications, and to do this, we publish the best article free of charge in each issue and also pay a honorarium to its authors,” said M. Zilberman, founder of Science Reviews - Biology. “Unlike many other open access journals, Science Reviews - Biology exists both online and as a paper journal to ensure that published articles are never lost.”

Science Reviews - Biology publishes reviews and research papers in the field of biology on topics such as physiology, microbiology, genome editing, stem cell therapy, and more. The journal’s goal is to encourage scientists to publish high-quality papers highlighting advances in the various areas of biology in which they are experts in. Recent articles published include, “Recent insights into the use of invertebrates as indicators of habitat quality” by Rae Osborn, PhD, “CRISPR/Cas9, a decade of genome editing tools to fix the DNA” by Lúcia Santos, PhD, and others.

Science Reviews - Biology charges around five to seven times lower article processing fees compared to other open access journals, and waives processing fees and pays a $300 honorarium per issue to the author of one outstanding article, selected by the editorial board. In the latest July-September issue, this honorarium was awarded to Saboor Ahmad, PhD candidate and Jianke Li, PhD authors of the article, “New insight into phosphoproteome research improves the in-depth understanding of honey bee biology”.

Science Reviews - Biology does not require authors to format articles submitted, as the formatting is done entirely by journal’s editors. This also ensures high quality layout and presentation, and saves the authors’ time for scientific research and other activities.

Unlike most academic journals, Science Reviews - Biology pays reviewers for their work, speeding up the review and decision process, and resulting in a submission to publication timeline of 3-4 weeks.

Science Reviews - Biology is currently accepting manuscripts for the next issue, which will be published in January 2023, online and in print. The deadline to submit manuscripts for the October-December issue is December 23, 2022.

For more information, please visit ScienceReviews.info.

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