Types of Articles and Formats
by the Science World Publishing Editors, Associate Editors, or Invited Guest
Editors on a variety of subjects of interest to the Journal readers
shorter than one page
Letter to the Editor
by the Reader
refutes, or adds relevant information related to a previously published article
correcting their own work or responding to a critique of their article by a
abstract is not required.
letter should not be divided into sections.
letter will undergo peer-review similar to other articles.
suggestion (scope is open to areas beyond science/technology)
of original data is minimal, but corroborative literature data encouraged
is relatively broad in scope
article should be on topic which is of interest to a wide readership.
articles should have a comprehensive coverage of a topic in clear and lucid
language with representative figures and images.
an overview of published information and data from many authors and sources
not contain original data (to any great extent)
and keywords are must
includes a large number of references
the outline of Introduction, Materials/Methods, Discussion/Conclusions, and
by significant and relevant amount of data
should have been developed by the author(s)
are based primarily on the data presented and compared to the published
Communications are limited to 3000 words and are not subdivided. The abstract
is limited to 100 words. Short Communications will appear at the end of the
topical sections in the journal table of contents.
paper will begin with Short Communication: followed by the title.
a particular technology or application
techniques, new instruments, technical innovations
original data generated in the process of developing the technology or in
support of the application
by a significant amount of data
follow the outline of Introduction, Materials/Methods, Discussion/Conclusions,
the article impress upon the readers a new process/ or technology?
Studies- detailed description with data of the specific implementation of an
application or the solution to a given practical problem
Case in Images
'Case in Images' section, the manuscript must meet all the criteria of a case
report given above with the difference that 5-15 Figures can be submitted for
this section (Case Report can have maximum of 6 figures).
figures may include clinical images, radiology images (USG, CT, MRI, ECG,
Electrogram, etc.), pathology images (Histopathology, Cytopathology,
Hematopathology) or a series of images of a procedure or event.
Images section includes clinical images, diagnostic or investigative images
especially images in radiology, endoscopy, pathology and cytopathology.
images should be accompanied by brief history and case discussion followed by
is not required.
Clinical Images will undergo peer review similar to other articles.
World Publishing journals announcements of conferences, meetings, seminars,
announcements should be less the 150 words. They must be accompanied by name,
address and email of a contact person.