Author Guidelines

Science Inquest Author Guidelines

The Science Inquest Open Access publishers welcomes authors from all over the world to share their innovative research and findings. The contents submitted to Science Inquest publishershave more visibility and are peer reviewed too. The Double Blinded Peer review format which would help in easy review by our honorable Editorial Board (EB) members.

Authors can submit work on any topic relevant to their research interest (Related to the submitting journal). The content should be unique, original and the presentation must be of potential interest to the readers.

Science Inquest publishers provides rapid timely issue release in all areas related to STM (Science, Technology & Medicine). We welcome the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of scientific excellence and dissemination. Papers will be published approximately on or before one month after submission date.

Double Blinded Peer Review Processing: All the articles submitted will undergo double blind peer review processing that means both authors and reviewers identities are concealed from the revisers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. Editor decisions are strictly followed for quality publications.

Author Guidelines:

Before your submission, please confirm the below author checklist

  1. 1. Cover letter
  2. 2. Title
  3. 3. Author names and Affiliations
  4. 4. Abstract
  5. 5. Keywords and Abbreviations
  6. 6. Introduction
  7. 7. Appropriate Headings
  8. 8. Results and Discussion
  9. 9. Conclusion
  10. 10. Acknowledgements (If Any)
  11. 11. References
1. Cover letter:

Science Inquest request corresponding author to write a cover letter mentioning the Corresponding author details with their affiliation(s) (Full name, Department, University, State/province, Country, contact number and E-mail address) below the Title. The corresponding author should be starred in the authors list. The Cover letter should be maintained more than 500 words or less. Cover letter briefly stating the significance of the research, agreement of authors for publication it also must contain the sources of the citation if you have used any.

2. Title:

The title of the article is specific and suitable to the topic of the article. This should be concise but informative without using abbreviations (maintain Cambria Bold - 15with align left and each word Capitalized except prepositions).

3. Author names and Affiliations:

If only one Author:

Author Name*(Bold and 11 Cambria)
Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]

If two Author:

First Author Name1* and Second Author Name2(Bold and 11 Cambria)
1Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
2Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
(If both authors have same affiliation no need to mention numbers)

If more than Three Authors: (Bold and 11 Cambria)

First Author Name1* Second Author Name2, Third Author3,Forth Author4 and Fifth Author5(Bold and 11 Cambria)
1Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
2Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
3Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
4Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
5Faculty/Department/Division, University, City, Postcode, Country, Tel number, [email protected]
(If all authors have same affiliation no need to mention numbers)

Heading: Cambria – 11 bold, Sub-heading: Cambria – 10 bold

4. Abstract:

Each manuscript must contain an abstract of number is not more than 300-500 words for all Research/Review/Case Reports and ground articles. The abstract needs to be concise, informative, and self-explanatory of the work and must be free from citations.

5. Keywords and Abbreviations:

The Article required keywords minimum of 4-6 for the purpose of indexing and abbreviations should be defined under the heading if present in the manuscript.

6. Introduction:

This Introduction should include the introducing part of the methods and methodologies, innovative thoughts of the manuscript, and any techniques that would be used in the manuscript. It should be explain clearly state the main purpose/objective of the research. This region should contain citations for mentioned statements from the supporting papers to find the information about manuscript accordingly.

7. Appropriate Headings:

Author can please to provide appropriate headings like most important part of the manuscripts Headings and Sub-Headings it can indicate/advantageous for the content, and also we request authors to number the headings for clear understanding.

8. Results and Discussion:

The Results and Discussion section should describe the outcomes and findings of an article like Research/Review/Case Reports/Mini-Review/Editorials., etc, it should be clear, self-explanatory and concise by using Figures, Tables and Graphs. The layout of the results and discussion is include the detailed descriptions of all types of materials used the manuscript. This zone should be describing the results and explanation of the above experiments. There could be multiple Sub-Headings or Reported in a single paragraph. None of the content/data should be copied.

9. Conclusion:

The Conclusion zone should be clearly explaining the author good thoughts, highlights and limitations (closure) of the manuscript study.

10. Acknowledgements (If Any):

The acknowledgements helps us in funding, grants, details the quality of the article where work supported by many organizations would be rated high. Authors need to provide funding details and the grant numbers if any it may be acknowledge in this zone.

11. References:

Provide ncbi links to the references. If ncbi is not available provide the link which is available. Please use the following style for the reference list:


If one author:

Stone JA (2017) Mobile Medicine: Digital Dynamo or Virtual Vaporware. Can J Cardiol 33: 216-8.

If two authors:

Huang HD, Darbar D (2016) Genetic Risk Scores for Atrial Fibrillation: Do They Improve Risk Estimation? Can J Cardiol30: 89-92.

If more than five authors:

Sandhu RK, Smigorowsky M, Lockwood E, Savu A, Kaul P, et al. (2016) Impact of Electrical Cardioversion on Quality of Life for the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation. Can J Cardiol 30: 206-12.


Pridmore S (2017) The Ethics of Suicide Battin Margaret Pabst Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Sutcu Y, Li Q, Memon N (2007) Secure biometric templates from fingerprint-face features. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, IEEE Conference.

11. Figures:

Figures should beclear with high resolution.
Figure Legends: Description of figures/image.
Font: Cambria
Size: 10

12. Tables:

Font: Cambria
Size: 10
Alignment: Center

Table: Brief descriptive title of the table


Table Abbreviations: Give here full form of all abbreviations used in the table. Give the full form even if it has been explained in the text.

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