Why Publish Open Access?
Open Access refers to the free and unrestricted online availability and access to scientific research. Ever since the launch of the internet, accessibility of data has become easier than ever before. Carrying out the same philosophy, the open access publishing model provides the wide availability of scientific content to everyone allowing academicians to maximize the impact of their research.
Publishing Open Access is extremely beneficial to Authors, Readers and even Funding Organizations as it offers a greater impact of research. It ensures that manuscripts are available for unlimited and unrestricted access to students, teachers, and researchers across the globe. This is extremely useful for authors who have spent years working on discovering new technologies and methodologies to be able to share it with the entire world.
Open Access is very valuable as it accelerates the pace of innovation allowing researchers to build on existing research and opens the door for wider collaborations and conversations. The same applies for educational institutes by using the most up-to-date information and encouraging businesses to implement pioneering research into the latest technologies.
Open Access Policy
Open access publishing provides immediate, worldwide free access to all published manuscripts. Readers can view, download, print, and redistribute any article without any financial barrier, enabling greater distribution of an article.
The publication costs of an article are paid from an author’s research budget, or by their supporting institution. These Article Processing Charges replace subscription charges covers the costs of manuscript processing, online availability, hosting and archiving. All Science Publications’ content is archived in Portico, which provides archiving services to scholarly journals.
All Science Publication’s journals adhere to the open access policy. Once our highly qualified Editorial Board has accepted the manuscript, authors will receive an invoice including the publication charges for their manuscript.