Scientific Journals for Research Publishing

Scientific journals are a great way to disseminate information in your field, not only for yourself but also opportunities to collaborate with others. Scientific journal articles have their own set of rules and regulations when it comes to formatting, content, citations, etc., so being knowledgeable in this area is very important! This article will give you an overview of some good scientific journals for cancer and immunology research.

1. Scientific Journals

Scientific journals are periodicals that contain scientific research published to share discoveries and current developments within a given field of science. Scientific journals may be general interest, meaning they target a wide range of audience from lay people to experts in the field, or more specialized by nature, with a limited readership base. Scientific journals vary in their “impact” factor and will usually have the following things:

– Aim and Scope – Aims and Scope of a journal describe the area(s) that it covers, such as specific research topics or geographical region. These can be general or quite narrow, for example some journals focus solely on cellular research, while others may focus on specific cancers such as breast cancer.

– Frequency of Publication – Scientific journals vary in their “frequency” or how often they publish articles. Some scientific journals publish articles monthly, such as Scientific Reports (Impact Factor = 5). Other scientific journals may only publish select issues every couple of years, with a broad range of articles, such as Circulation Research (Impact Factor = 11). Scientific Journals that publish monthly are usually referred to as “quarterly” journals. Scientific journals that publish select issues every couple of years or less often are called “bi-monthly” journals.

2. Scientific Journal Impact Factors

Scientific journal impact factor is a measure of the average number of citations to recent articles published in science and social science journals. The impact factor for a journal is calculated yearly by the Science Edition: Scientific Journal Impact Factors (2018) Thomson Reuters Scientific Journal Impact Factor is a measure of the average number of citations to articles published in science and social science journals. Scientific Journals usually have an impact factor which ranges from 1-5, 5 being the highest and most prestigious among other Scientific Journals.

3. Scientific Journal Rankings

Thomson Reuters Scientific Journal rankings are a great way to determine where your scientific journal stands in comparison to others in your field. Scientific journal rankings are a great resource to learn about specific journals and determine if it would be a good fit for publishing your manuscript. Scientific Journal rankings include:

– Bibliographic Citation – A bibliographic citation is a reference to a published article, such as “Johnson, D., Smith, E., Milligan