Journal of New Sciences only accepts online submission, at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If acknowledgement is not received within two weeks then authors should send a reminder to the Senior Editor with details of the file names and dates sent.
The manuscript can be written with the aid of any of the principal word processing software programs and should be sent by e-mail as an attachment and with "JNS" in the subject line.
The manuscript must be accompanied with a cover letter containing the article title, the first name and last name of all the authors, and a list of two suggested, international reviewers (title, name, Email address).
Email messages with attachments and unknown subject lines are not opened in view of virus risks.
Authors should examine carefully Instructions to Authors appeared in JNS and strictly follow all the instructions.
Journal of New Sciences : all manuscripts should be written in English or French.
The manuscript should report the results of original research. The material should not have been previously published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
The text length is limited to 15 pages, including figures, tables and references. The number of literature references is limited to 30, except for review articles. All text should be written in a concise and integrated way, by focusing on major points, findings, breakthrough or discoveries, and their broad significance. All running text should be in Times New Roman 11, 1,5 spacing. Figure and table captions should be written in Times New Roman 9.
The title should be short and focused on the main scientific discovery.
If the paper is written in French please add the title in English.
Names of the authors
The names of the authors should be written in order of contribution. For every name add an exponent number indicating the affiliation of the author.
Affiliation of the authors
Write for each number the author’s affiliation.
Same for paper written in English or in French please write affiliate organizations of authors in English.
Please indicate the University for every organization of affiliation.
The abstract of less than 300 words should report concisely on the main scientific breakthrough. The abstract should preferably not contain general statements, abbreviations, and literature references.
Do not repeat the words already in the title of the paper. Search engines such as Google automatically search the title. Key words should draw attention to features of the paper not addressed in the title. .
The text should start with: article title; name of authors with an asterisk “*” highlighting the corresponding author; e-mail address of the corresponding author; 6 keywords. The text should contain the following sections:
- Abstract (less than 300 words)
- List of keywords (maximum 6)
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Materials and methods (including subsections - 2.1, 2.2...)
- 3. Results and discussion (including topical subsections - 3.1, 3.2...)
- 4. Conclusion
- 5. References
Other sections such as annexes and appendices are not accepted.
In general abbreviations are not accepted in the main text because they decrease article impact. Only 1-2 common abbreviations are accepted in the main text. They should be explained at the first time of appearance. Abbreviations in figures, tables and equations are accepted only if there is not enough space to write full words. Here, abbreviations should be explained in figure and table captions, or after equations.
Graphs should be inserted inside a table with 1 (or 2) column(s) and two rows; the first row for the graph(s); the second row for the legend. Please always supply in Excel or Open Office Calc the original spreadsheets including graphs and data which were used to produce graphics in the papers, since this allows us to produce a uniform look and maintain the quality of the finished journal. Within the graphicsFont should be: Arial – Regular – 10 pt.
Please format them using the Table menu, and not Tabs and Spaces
- when using the tabular format please allot a new cell to each piece of data.
- include the title of the table as well as the notes at the bottom of table inside the Table itself not in the body of the text.
- when comparing treatments do not give SE of each mean. SEM of means is more appropriate with the exact probability as given by the statistics program.
Please avoid statements such as "there were significant effects of level of PL on live weight gain". We need to know what was the effect. We can see it in the table if you put the exact P value. The use of P<0.05 or P< 0.01 goes back to days of hand calculators and F and T tables. Computers give us much more power and knowledge. We must use this opportunity.
Cite references in the text by name and year in parentheses. Some examples:
Negotiation research spans many disciplines (Thompson 1990).
This result was later contradicted by Becker and Seligman (1996).
This effect has been widely studied (Abbott 1991; Barakat et al. 1995; Kelso and Smith 1998; Medvec et al. 1993).
The list of references should only include works that are cited in the text and that have been published or accepted for publication. Personal communications and unpublished works should only be entioned in the text. Do not use footnotes or endnotes as a substitute for a reference list. Reference list entries should be alphabetized by the last names of the first author of each work. Name, first letter of surname of the author and year of publication shoulds be in bold characters
Gamelin FX, Baquet G, Berthoin S, Thevenet D, Nourry C, Nottin S, Bosquet L (2009) Effect of high intensity intermittent training on heart rate variability in prepubescent children. Eur J Appl Physiol 105:731-738. doi: 10.1007/s00421- 008-0955-8
Ideally, the names of all authors should be provided, but the usage of “et al” in long author lists will also be accepted:
Smith J, Jones M Jr, Houghton L et al (1999) Future of health insurance. N Engl
J Med 965:325–329
Article by DOI
Slifka MK, Whitton JL (2000) Clinical implications of dysregulated cytokine production. J Mol Med. doi:10.1007/s001090000086
South J, Blass B (2001) The future of modern genomics. Blackwell, London
Brown B, Aaron M (2001) The politics of nature. In: Smith J (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edn. Wiley, New York, pp 230-257
Cartwright J (2007) Big stars have weather too. IOP Publishing PhysicsWeb.
http://physicsweb.org/articles/news/11/6/16/1. Accessed 26 June 2007
Trent JW (1975) Experimental acute renal failure. Dissertation, University of
As an author of an article published in Journal of New Sciences you retain the copyright of your article and you are free to reproduce and disseminate your work (for further details, see the Journal of New Sciences License agreement)
Article is published under license to Journal of New Sciences. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Each author should include suggested names of at least two reviewers (e-mail address of the two reviewers is necessary) , who are familiar with the area of science covered by the manuscript, and most importantly, WHO ARE LIKELY TO REVIEW THE MANUSCRIPT RAPIDLY BUT ALSO CRITICALLY. Suggesting a reviewer does not in any way obligate the Journal Editorial Office to use or rely on that reviewer's opinion whatsoever.
Once accepted after review, all articles will be published in full online.
The authors will pay a minimal fee towards the cost of publishing the paper and internet hosting of the Journal content. The current cost per paper is 90€.