While looking for scientific research publisher to publish their research works, authors mostly prefer Science Domain International/any well recognized scientific publisher basically for their high quality peer review system. Science Domain International publishes high quality, high impact and peer reviewed research papers with a comparatively low price to support the authors especially from the low and middle income countries. The Running Issue concept of SDI journals gives the authors the benefit of ‘Zero Waiting Time’ for the officially accepted manuscripts to be published so that no more valuable time of authors is consumed. It is also very attractive and beneficial to the newly emerging researchers for their academic career. The high quality peer review system of SDI enriches the world of scientific research with excellent contributions from expert reviewers. In this way SDI journals are continuously achieving their best as a scientific research publisher to the development of science and technology worldwide.
Science Domain International is a new and promising publisher of STM journals from India. It is noteworthy that this publisher follows Transparent and robust “Open peer review” model. In 2013 an article published in famous Science journal (http://www.sciencemag.org/content/342/6154/60.full), which reported that out of total 304 journals, only 20 journals rejected a fake article after substantial peer review. Sciencedomain’s journal was among these few successful journals. It also provides wide indexing coverage and provides public proof for every claim of indexing. It also renders the service of perpetual archiving with Portico, DOI for every article, plagiarism checking for each submission, etc. Many scientists from world famous universities like Harvard, Columbia University, Cambridge, University of Chicago, Yale University, University of Göttingen, etc published with Science Domain journals. All these examples clearly stand against the working principle of some predatory publishers, who don’t provide any peer review service and don’t provide the basic services of a standard scholarly publisher.