Aims and scope
Bulletin of the National Research Centre is a peer-reviewed, open access, multidisciplinary journal, designed for the wide dissemination of practical research in different scientific fields to a worldwide audience. The journal is dedicated to advances in science and the practice of different fields of science, through the rapid publication of high quality research. The journal welcomes systematic reviews, meta-analysis and technological reports, as well as perspectives on all disciplines of all speciality of science.
As a multidisciplinary journal, the journal’s scope encompasses a wide range of scientific fields. Bulletin of the National Research Centre welcomes original research, reviews, case reports and letters to the editor. The standards for acceptance include scientific quality, originality, clarity and conciseness.
The mission of the journal is to provide readers with a broad spectrum of themes in all branches of science. All manuscripts will undergo a rigorous review process and must comply with the journal’s editorial policies.
Why publish your article in Bulletin of the National Research Centre?
Bulletin of the National Research Centre's open access policy allows maximum visibility of articles published in the journal as they are available to a wide, global audience.
Speed of publication
Bulletin of the National Research Centre offers a fast publication schedule whilst maintaining rigorous peer review; all articles must be submitted online, and peer review is managed fully electronically (articles are distributed in PDF form, which is automatically generated from the submitted files). Articles will be published with their final citation after acceptance, in both fully browsable web form, and as a formatted PDF; the article will then be available through Bulletin of the National Research Centre and SpringerOpen.
Online publication in Bulletin of the National Research Centre gives you the opportunity to publish large datasets, large numbers of color illustrations and moving pictures, to display data in a form that can be read directly by other software packages so as to allow readers to manipulate the data for themselves, and to create all relevant links (for example, to PubMed, to sequence and other databases, and to other articles).
Promotion and press coverage
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Bulletin of the National Research Centre operates a single-blind peer-review system, where the reviewers are aware of the names and affiliations of the authors, but the reviewer reports provided to authors are anonymous. Publication of research articles by Bulletin of the National Research Centre is dependent primarily on their scientific validity and coherence as judged by our external expert editors and/or peer reviewers, who will also assess whether the writing is comprehensible and whether the work represents a useful contribution to the field. Submitted manuscripts will generally be reviewed by two to three experts who will be asked to evaluate whether the manuscript is scientifically sound and coherent, whether it duplicates already published work, and whether or not the manuscript is sufficiently clear for publication. Reviewers will also be asked to indicate how interesting and significant the research is. The Editors will reach a decision based on these reports and, where necessary, they will consult with members of the Editorial Board.
Citing articles in Bulletin of the National Research Centre
Articles in Bulletin of the National Research Centre should be cited in the same way as articles in a traditional journal. Because articles are not printed, they do not have page numbers; instead, they are given a unique article number.
Article citations follow this format:
Authors: Title. Bull Natl Res Cent [year], [volume number]:[article number].
e.g. Roberts LD, Hassall DG, Winegar DA, Haselden JN, Nicholls AW, Griffin JL: Increased hepatic oxidative metabolism distinguishes the action of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor delta from Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor gamma in the Ob/Ob mouse. Bull Natl Res Cent 2009, 1:115.
1:115 refers to article 115 from Volume 1 of the journal.
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Appeals and complaints
If you wish to appeal a rejection or make a complaint you should, in the first instance, contact the Editor who will provide details of the journal's complaints procedure.
The NRC has to correspond to the country's key production and services sectors through the research conducted in different areas of science and technology, scientific consultation and training as well.
The NRC mission is to conduct basic and applied research within the major fields of interest in order to develop production and services sectors.
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