Plagiarism & Handling

we employ state-of-the-art plagiarism detection software for every submission. This tool meticulously examines each manuscript to identify any instances of plagiarism, ensuring that the submitted content is original and has not been duplicated from other sources. It’s important to note that we approach each submission on an individual basis to avoid similarities as plagiarism and then the article will be assigned to handling editor for first decision.

Archiving Policy

we ensure preservation and archiving of published articles in electronic format. Additionally, all articles published with us will be deposited in reputable repository databases, further enhancing accessibility and visibility.

Open access policy

Our journal acknowledges Open access widespread benefits. As an open access publication, our content is freely accessible without any barriers, aligning with the ethos of knowledge dissemination. All articles published in our journal are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License making it to share, adapt, and build upon the content with proper attribution.

Key features of an open access policy:

Free Access: Readers can access and download research articles and other scholarly materials without any cost.

Permission to Reproduce: Authors may retain copyright or grant a license that allows others to reproduce, distribute, and reuse the work, often with proper attribution.

No Subscription Fees: Open access content is typically not behind subscription paywalls, allowing a broader audience, including researchers, students, and the general public, to benefit from the research.

Immediate Access: Research is made available online as soon as it is published, facilitating quicker dissemination of knowledge.

Interoperability: Open access content is often provided in formats that support interoperability, making it easier for researchers to integrate findings into their work.

Publishing ethics

Ethical standards are to ensure the quality of publications the publisher needs to work closely on.
Science academique doesn’t approve multiple submissions and high risk of plagiarism.
Science academique essentials of publishing process are as follows:

Responsibilities of Editors

1)The editor of a journal holds a vital position taking important editorial decisions on the submitted articles.
2) Editor should assess manuscripts for their scientific quality and intellectual content, free from any sort of biased decisions based on discrimination of race, gender, geographical origin, or religion of the author(s). The editor should evaluate manuscripts objectively.
3) The editor should not disclose any information of submitted manuscripts prior to its publication.
4) After having evaluating the manuscript for its relevance, originality and novice, the editor must assign the manuscript for review.

Responsibilities of Reviewers

1) Providing a detailed, constructive evaluation in a timely manner on the scientific content of the work.
2) Indicating whether the writing is relevant, concise & clear and evaluating the originality and scientific accuracy.
3) Reviewers should maintain the confidentiality of the complete review process.
4) Notifying the journal editor of any ethical concerns in their evaluation of submitted manuscripts; such as any violation of ethical treatment of animal or human subjects or any considerable similarity between the previously published article and any reviewed manuscript.
5) Reviewers must remain objective while making decisions by thoroughly adhering to the research standards. They should examine the copy critically for aspects like duplication, violation of copyrights, and abuse of any clinical ethical practices, including human, animal and the environmental rights.

Responsibilities of Authors

1) The work should not have been published elsewhere or submitted to any other journal(s) at the same time.
2) Work reported in the manuscript must be original and free from any kind of plagiarism.
3) Any potential conflict of interest must be clearly declared.
4) Proper acknowledgements to other work reported (individual/company/institution) must be given.
5) Only those who have made any substantial contribution to the interpretation or composition of the submitted work, should be listed as ‘Authors’. While other contributors should be mentioned as ‘co-authors’.
6) Patients taking part in the clinical experiments should be well informed of the consequences and side effects if any and their consent should be taken in writing prior to subjecting them to the clinical experiments.