Authors Guidelines

Article Submission Guidelines

ScieInventions requests authors to go through the author manuscript and formatting guidelines carefully in order to comply with our publication norms.

Authors must submit the manuscripts only in the form of word document or PDF through email at: info@scieinventions.com

Cover Letter

Author must attach a detailed cover letter, declaring that the manuscript filed for review is original and it is neither published nor under consideration for publication elsewhere. Author (s) is solely responsible for all the institutional approvals necessary prior to its publication.

Peer Review Processing

All the submitted Manuscripts are subjected to double blind peer-reviewing to maintain the best publishing standards. The editor handles the entire editorial process and editor’s decision is final in considering or rejection any manuscript for publication.

Plagiarism & Quality Control

We do not encourage violation of copyrights and duplication of information is not acceptable. Our quality control team assesses the manuscript for plagiarized information or content and returns such manuscripts with suggestion to make corrections.

Article Types

ScieInventions accepts Full Length Research articles, ReviewArticles, Case Reports, Editorials, Letter to the Editor, Short Communication, Perspectives, Conference Proceedings, etc., for publication.

Research Articles

Research Articles are written based on the laboratory observations or research findings in the clinical settings. Experiments conducted following the standard research design, methods and techniques for data collection can be converted as research articles. Research articles provide empirical evidences collected from the research and analyze the same using standard statistical tools.

Results are often placed with substantial data in tabular forms, supporting it with images, and graphs. Manuscripts must follow the prescribed format for Research articles to be considered for review and consequent publication. Statements must be supported with charts and diagrams to draws conclusions. Research articles can be from 5000 up to 7000 words in length, barring references and legends.

Review Articles

Review articles follow the same format like research articles, except for one reason they are different. They rely on secondary data for analysis, from which it draws conclusion. Review articles are based on revisiting the existing data on any important topic related to pure or applied sciences and researchers try to extract various other dimensions that are not so far elicited using the archived data. Review articles can be up to 5000 to 6000 words barring references.

Case Studies

Case studies are exclusive study on a specific aspect of a very broad research area. An environmental scientist can present a case study on how nuclear reactors are responsible for air pollution and climate change. The study exclusively selects a specific reactor located in a given geographical area in 3000-5000 words. Case studies follow narration form to present the research findings with the help of substantial data support.

Perspectives/Commentaries are the viewpoints, and observations of expert practitioner that focuses on innovations and the latest developments of the existing practices and trends in fewer than 1500-2500 words excluding references and legends. A senior management consultant can write a perspective on the current tax setting encourage or discourage industrial development of a country.

Editorials are the expert’s opinion on the existing or the latest practices, innovations and developments. Editorials don’t follow research methods, yet follows a format and referees the scientific data/findings to draw valid and new conclusions within 1200 words. Introduction of innovations like machine learning or AI and its impact on scientific research can be observed as an editorial.

Letters to the Editor

Readers write their views on the published information in the journal to the editor and editor may also write a letter to the readers by highlighting any new developments in the journal or about an important aspect of the latest research findings, not exceeding 1000-1200 words.

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