EScientific Publishers guidelines ensure the highest quality scientific publications possible.
Robust author guidelines helps eScientific Publishers maintain its position as a world leader in open access publishing of high-end scientific studies, papers, and documents.
EScientific Publishers invites authors from all over the world to submit innovative articles and research findings for publication. Authors may submit work on any scientific topic of expertise. Articles submitted to EScientific Publishers Journal undergo rigorous peer review to ensure the highest quality possible. Stringent author guidelines also ensure publication quality to help scientific papers reach the largest audience possible.
Open access guidelines are particularly important to publishing quality scientific articles on the internet. Online publishing guidelines ensure consistency in quality, format, readability, and ease of access. A lack of publishing guidelines can also deteriorate reader confidence and willingness to cite the research in their work.
EScientific Jolurnal’s rules for content submission
Type of Article
Research Article/ Case Report/ Review Article/ Opinion/ Short Communication/ Mini Review/ Letter to Editor
Title of the Article
AUTHOR(S) AND AFFILIATIONS
Clearly indicate the accurately spelled name(s) of each author and their affiliations below the names. Provide the institutional address of each affiliation, including the country name and the e-mail address of each author. In case of Corresponding author provide us an email address and corresponding address that are kept up to date for convince of correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, also post-publication.
A comprehensive and authenticate abstract is required (maximum 200 words). An abstract gives the reader the brief information about the article, even before giving a read to the whole article so it should round up the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions effectively. Consider to avoid References, and minimizing the use of non-standard abbreviations in the abstract. (If that is unavoidable define it before using the abbreviation directly in the text).
Provide a maximum of 5 relevant keywords barring un-common abbreviations. Carefully select the keywords as those words will be used for indexing purposes.
Provide the list of abbreviations used along with expanded forms. Make sure to maintain the consistency of abbreviations throughout the article.
The Introduction should impart the relevant information and objectives to support the importance of the research carried out.
MATERIALS AND METHODS OR EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES
It is necessary to report the details about the materials and methods or experimental procedures followed during the research for the comprehension of the readers. So, authors are recommended to provide the methodology in detail and the type of the statistical analysis if used.
Results include the outcomes of the study. These should be reported in a brief manner. If required, Tables and figures can be included (for statistical analysis).
This section interprets the importance of the outcomes in the research; avoid repeating the same and using extensive citations. Authors can combine the results and discussion if necessary but it should be clear and concise. Here, authors can emphasize on the drawbacks of the study.
The conclusions of the study are presented in the end of the article it must include synopsis and potential implications).
Gather acknowledgements including the list of individuals who aided during the research at the end of the article in a separate section before the references.
Author name/s (Year) Title of article. Journal short name Volume (Issue): Full inclusive page numbers.
Figures should be clear with high resolution.
Figure Legends: Description of figures/image.
Table: Brief descriptive title of the table
Table Abbreviations: Give here full form of all abbreviations used in the table. Give the full form even if it has been explained in the text.
Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, or thesis) and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.