All you have to do is to visit the homepage of the Neurocosm journal website and click on the 'Submit Article or Online paper submission' option. Subsequently, a submission portal where you can enter in relevant details and attach your manuscript will open.
Owing to the fact that Neurocosm is an open-access journal, there will be no publishing charges and Neurocosm journal will publish high quality research articles free of cost. As a result of doing so, these published articles can be read, downloaded and distributed by anyone for free, from www.neurocosm.net
Yes, the Neurocosm journal is an open-access journal, where authors wishing to have their work published and accessed by anyone for free, can submit their manuscripts to do so.
Yes, Neurocosm is an open-access journal.
Yes, Neurocosm is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.
Neurocosm is a bi-annual journal, meaning it publishes two issues every year.
No! Owing to the fact that Neurocosm is an open-access journal, authors will not be levied any publication charges. Neurocosm is a free journal publishing high quality research articles.
Yes, authors are allowed to submit more than one manuscript for a single issue of the Neurocosm journal, as long as each of these manuscripts is different from each other.
Authors can submit their manuscripts by clicking on the 'Online Paper Submission' tab on the Neurocosm journal website or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Neurocosm journal makes use of the Turnitin application to carry out comprehensive and thorough plagiarism checks for all suggested manuscripts to verify their originality and authenticity.
The Neurocosm journal is committed to ensuring faster peer review times than any other journal, while also ensuring the sustenance and preservation of our high standards of quality and research integrity. On average, it takes about one week or less to complete the entire peer-review process for an entire manuscript.
Yes! One can download the manuscript template prepared by the Neurocosm journal to serve as a guide for those who wish to submit manuscripts, by clicking on the 'Manuscript Template -Download' option under the 'Instruction for Authors' section in the left-hand side panel on the Neurocosm journal website.
All manuscripts submitted to the Neurocosm journal must either be in the Adobe pdf or Microsoft Word formats.
An email acknowledging the receipt of your submission will be sent out within 12 to 24 hours of you submitting your manuscript to the Neurocosm journal.
Although this is purely dependent on the number of manuscripts that are in queue for review, it takes around two weeks on average for the entire review process to be completed.
To get to know about the scope as well as the discipline of specialization of the Neurocosm journal, click on the 'Aim and Scope' option under the 'About the Journal' tab on the Neurocosm journal website.
No! It is mandatory for authors to send the entire manuscripts of their research works, without any missing parts, while submitting them to the Neurocosm journal.
The Paper ID is a unique identification code that is given for every manuscript that is submitted to Neurocosm journal. Authors are urged to specify the Paper ID of their manuscript in all of their communications with Neurocosm journal to make identifying their manuscripts easier.
Unless and until a submitted manuscript has been rejected by the reviewing committee of Neurocosm journal, an author is bound by an agreement that the same manuscript has not been submitted and will not be published by any journal other than Neurocosm.
At the Neurocosm journal, we undertake a double-blind peer-reviewing process. As soon as manuscripts are received, we sent them to members of the reviewing committee for reviewing, after details such as -
have been removed, in order to facilitate thoroughly impartial and merit-based reviewal.
For every manuscript that is submitted, a minimum of 4 pages and a maximum of 12 pages are allowed.
Yes, there are! Please check out the 'Instruction for Authors' section on the left-hand side panel, for all guidelines and specifications.
To view the Terms & Conditions of the Neurocosm journal, click on the ‘Terms & Conditions’ option, under the ‘About Journal’ section, at the bottom of every page of the Neurocosm journal website.
Feel free to mail any inquiries, feedback or recommendations that you might have, to email@example.com be more than happy to resolve your queries and take stock of your suggestions.
After passing through the initial screening process, manuscripts will be sent for two or three further reviews (for a thorough evaluation of the content). Under normal circumstances, the entire process is completed in a matter of two to three weeks.
Feel free to email the title of your paper and paper ID to the following address - firstname.lastname@example.org A representative of the editorial committee at Neurocosm journal will respond with the status of your paper, within 24 hours.
Simply click on the 'Instruction for Authors' option on the left-hand side panel, and choose the 'Manuscript Template -Download' option to download the template. This document also includes all formatting and styling specifications that are to be followed.
Copyright forms secure the rights and interests of both authors and publishers. As part of the agreement, authors are mandated to hand over the exclusive license of their work to the publisher (in this case the Neurocosm journal). In accordance with its open-access policy, Neurocosm journal can publish, circulate, present and preserve manuscripts as it sees fit.
The Neurocosm journal accepts any number of manuscripts from a single author as long as each of the submitted manuscripts is entirely different from each other and completely unique.
If you aren't quite sure about which of your manuscripts are fit for publication in the Neurocosm journal, you might want to take a look at our objective, aim, and scope, to get an idea of the sort of research papers and articles we publish.
The Neurocosm journal accepts and publishes a wide range of academic and scholarly work including research papers/articles, review pieces/articles, case reports/studies, etc.
Being a brand new journal, Neurocosm does not have any impact factor data to present. at the moment. The impact factor value of a journal is usually a representation of the average number of citations of the works published therein, in articles/papers published by other journals recently, over the past two years.