Young Scientist Research 

Vol. 1, Nov. 2017

ISSN: 2588-5111

AUTHOR GUIDELINE

Journal of Young Scientist Research publishes  full-length and abstract research on any aspects of applied sciences in relation to work presented in both national and international conferences, competitions and tournaments  of all types.

Papers reporting work on all aspects are those reporting the use of newer technologies and approaches in all field as a whole.

EDITORIAL PROCESS

New manuscripts sent to the Journal will be handled  by the Editorial Office who checks compliance with the guidelines to authors. Then a rapid screening process at which stage a decision to reject or to go to full review is made. Accepted manuscript with more comments by editorial board is sent back to the author.

AUTHORSHIP

By submission of a manuscript to the Journal, all authors warrant that they have the authority to publish the material and that the paper, or one substantially the same, has neither been published previously, nor is being considered for publication elsewhere. Submissions may be subject to testing for textual similarity to other published works via the Cross Check software employed by the Journal.

COPYRIGHT 

If your paper is accepted, the corresponding author will receive an email to complete the license  greement.

SUBMISSION

Authors should submit their manuscripts  as a Word document (.doc). For review purposes submitted papers (both original and revised articles) must be formatted with continuous line numbering and double spaced text throughout. All original files that you upload will be available for the Editorial Office to access.

REVIEWERS 

Authors are invited to suggest at least two reviewers one member of the authors’ organization(s) or has been associated with them.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION 

Title of the manuscript; the names of authors and place(s) where the work was done; an abbreviated running headline not exceeding 35 letters and spaces; and the complete contact details for the corresponding author.

ABSTRACT: A brief summary of about 150-200 words with five and eight keywords

INTRODUCTION

MATERIALS AND METHODS

RESULTS

DISCUSSION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

REFERENCES

The Harvard system should be used.

 

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