Lifescience Global

Benefits for Authors

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 Minimum processing times from submission to publication
 

Modern times demand that processing times are minimized so that authors are able to publish their work quickly. Lifescience Global Open Access system enables authors to get their work published rapidly. For journals with paid access, the processing times will match STM industry standards ensuring timely publication of quality manuscripts.

 

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Online Manuscript Submission and Tracking System
  Lifescience Global processing facilitates its authors with a state-of- the-art manuscript submission and processing system.  The system provides authors, editors and publishing staff the means to conveniently go through all steps of manuscript processing online. Every step is recorded and status can be viewed on a real-time basis. The system will be monitored by trained editorial staff, who are available for user support on immediate basis.

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Minimum Article Processing Charges (For Open Access)
 

Lifescience Global offers authors the minimum rates to get their articles published online as quickly online.  Authors do not have to wait in long publishing cues and get their work published in their desired timeframe. All manuscripts are expedited through a peer review procedure ensuring publication of only high quality publications.

 

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Maximum Readership Ensured
  Lifescience Global possesses a marketing team with hands on experience in promoting science publications including scholarly journals and eBooks. Building relationships with indexing and archiving websites will ensure maximum dispersion of published literature. Citations for high quality papers will be ensured through indexing by agencies like BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, EMBASE, MEDLINE/Index Medicus, Science Citation Index®, BIOSIS, and BIOBASE
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OUR STRENGTHS

♦  Worldwide readership
♦  High quality content
♦  Maximum visibility
♦  Efficient publishing
♦  Optional Open Access

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