Listopad 18, 2021

Scientiae Radices

Scientiae radices amarae, fructus dulces

 

The journal in the process of organization

 

Aims and scope

Scientiae Radices (ISSN xxxxx) is an international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original and review articles in every aspect in the fields of: architecture, urban planning and civil engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering and technology, biotechnology, physics, material engineering and material sciences, medicinal sciences. Articles are published quarterly online by Radom Scientific Society (Radomskie Towarzystwo Naukowe – RTN). This journal is dedicated to serve all academic and industrial researchers and scientists who are experts in all major advances in modern research study. The journal aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in these fields. The emphasis will be on publishing quality articles rapidly and openly available to researchers worldwide. Please note readers are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles published in this journal.

 

Editorial board

Editor-in-Chief
Radomir Jasiński

Correspondence to: radomir.jasinski@pk.edu.pl

Associate Editors
Luis Ramon Domingo, University of Valencia (Spain) – chemistry
Przemysław Jodłowski, Cracow University of Technology (Poland) – chemical engineering and technology
Tomasz Wasilewski, University of Radom (Poland) – material science

Editorial Board Members
Anna Boguszewska-Czubara, Medicinal University of Lublin (Poland)
Vladimir Cablik, Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic)
Eduardo Chamorro, Universidad Andrés Bello (Chile)
Oleg M. Demchuk, Catholic University of Lublin (Poland)
Ewa Dresler, Institute of Heavy Organic Synthesis (Poland)
Maxym Fizer, Uzhhorod National University (Ukraine)
George Gamov, Ivanovo State Technological University (Russia)
Katarzyna Gorazda, Cracow University of Technology (Poland)
Mar Rios-Gutierrez, University of Valencia (Spain)
Jolanta Liesiene, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
Carlos Marmolejo Duarte, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain)
Anna Mazur, Marshall University, West Virginia (USA)
Demetrio Muñoz Gielen, Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands)
Damian Paliwoda, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France)
Paulina Płochocka, Laboratoire national des champs magnetiques intenses (France)
Nikodem Popławski, University of New Haven (USA)
Seyyed Amir Siadati, Islamic Azad University, Qaemshahr Branch (Iran)
Yong-Qiang Sun, China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry (China)
Zbigniew Wzorek, Cracow University of Technology (Poland)
Łukasz Zaborowski, Sobieski Institute (Poland)
Tomasz Zaborowski, University of Warsaw (Poland)
Abdellah Zeroual, Université Chouaib Doukkali (Morocco)
Ewelina Ziemlińska, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)

Managing Editors
Agnieszka Łapczuk
Karolina Kula

 

Paper submission

Conflict of interest

All authors are asked to reveal any potential conflict of interest with other people or organizations within few years of beginning the submitted work that could inappropriately influence their work. Please note we are serious about illigal actions such as copyright violation. The authors are normally asked to complete an agreement to transfer all the rights to RTN when they submite their work.

Types of papers

Original articles, critical reviews, communications, laboratory notes.

Submission

Please prepare your manuscript in Microsoft Word format using TEMPLATE and submit it to us through our online submission system. Please declare that the work is original, is not published elsewhere previously and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Also in order to promote the reviewing process, we recommend introducing 3 or more possible referees by yourself, but not from your institution. Referees from other than Authors countries are preferred. In addition, note that it is the responsibility of authors to check their manuscripts for possible plagiarism issue.

Article preparation

Article should contain sections as follow:

+ Title.

+ Author names and affiliations (Institutional email is necessary for the Corresponding Author is preferred).

+ Abstract (Essentially information of the work briefly in maximum 150 words. Technical details and scientific backgrounds should be not specified at this point).

+ Keywords (5-10 Keywords need to be added. In particular, reasonably common keywords within the subject discipline are suggested).

+ Introduction (In the introduction part, authors must carefully analysed the literature and provide the reason as to why are need to do this research.  The current state of the research field should be reviewed carefully and key publications cited. Authors must also clearly state the novelty of the paper in this part and specify the differences between this work and previously published works. Key goals of the work should be precisely specified. This part should be prepared resonable for broad range of readers).

+ Results and discussion (In the case of experimental works).

+ Discussion (In the case of review works).

+ Material and methods (In the case of experimental works. Commercial sources and / or methods of obtaining all materials for research should be precisely specified. The research methodology should be described in such a way as to ensure full reproducibility of the experiments).

+ Conclusions (The short summary of the results obtained. The citation of extended works within this sections is forbidden. Technical details should be not specified at this point).

+ Acknowledgements (If necessary).

+ References (Reference styles are presented within the template).

 

Peer review process

In the first stage of the review process, the submitted article is processed for the originality and the content of the paper. This part of the process is accomplished inside the firm and we check for similar articles to make sure the work is not published under similar titles with possibly other notations.  Additionally, figures should be original and not be copied from other papers and they must be characterised by good quality and resolution. All equations must be typeset properly and they should not be in figure format. In addition, all tables must be in table format. The problems within this area can determine the return of the article to Authors. The low level of the originality or detection of the plagiarism can determine the rejection of the article without possibility of resubmission.

In the next stage, the article is examined via peer-review process, involving two or more reviewers recruiting from specialists of respective scientific disciplines. The recommendations as follow are possible:

+ reject without the possibility of resubmission (low originality, plagiarism, low scientific value),

+ reject with the possibility of resubmission (after fundamental rewriting the manuscript and/or additional experiments),

+ major revision (additional experiments are necessary, or important edition of the interpretation of results etc. – after this recommendation, re-review process is preferred),

+ minor revision (technical details must be improved, additional description of results, language standard – after this recommendation, re-review process is not preferred and depend of the editor decision),

+ accept (paper should be accepted in the current form).

 

Article processing fee

This journal does not charge any fee for either reviewing the paper or article processing charges (APCs).

Scientiae Radices journal only accepts papers, which are written professionally. In case, a paper needs edition before peer review, authors are directed to agencies who could help authors correct papers. In such case, authors may need to make some payment for this service to agencies.