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Licence and Copyright

Articles are considered on the understanding that, if they are accepted for publication, the entire copyright shall pass to the Society for Endocrinology. The corresponding author is requested to digitally sign a copyright transfer agreement to this effect.

Categories of Manuscripts

The Global Research Review accepts submissions for research articles, reviews, reports, notes, case studies, Conference Proceeding, communications and Perspective, opinion, and commentary. Prior to submission, each author should review and be prepared to fulfill the submission requirements outlined in the Publication Ethics page and comply with following limitations.

1-Research article : is a written report which contains the results of original scientific research (primary research article) or the review of published scientific papers on one or several science topics (review article). In primary research articles, the authors give vital information about the research that allows other members of the scientific community to evaluate it, reproduce science experiments, and also to assess the reasoning and conclusions drawn from them. Submissions of such papers normally up to 6,000 words but longer articles will not be excluded.

2-Review article : are designed to analyze, evaluate, summarize or synthesize research already conducted in primary academic sources. Quite often, a science article combines these two types of scientific text, including the overview and original parts. Review articles should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words.

3-Research report : A research report is a reliable source to recount details about a conducted research and is most often considered to be a true testimony of all the work done to garner specificities of research. The various sections of a research report are: Summary. Background/Introduction. Implemented Methods.

4-Research note : are not full academic papers but are discussion notes, seeking to advance a new idea, theoretical perspective, research program, or methodological approach in organization studies. As opposed to full research papers, research notes may follow a less strict paper outline but still needs to make a valuable contribution to the study of organization. Research notes are preferable between 3,000 and 4,000 words and are otherwise adhering to the research paper instructions regarding e.g., referencing and bibliographic information.

5-Case study : If you’ve been working in industry, you may want to think about writing a Case Study. Case Studies are compelling stories about real-world experiences.  They can illustrate, explore, report, analyze, summarize, challenge, or simply describe practical work. Submissions of case studies can be up to 1,500 words in length.

6-Conference Proceeding : The GRR publish the contents of conferences, technical symposia and workshops and thereby increase their visibility among the international community. The goal is to enable conferences and workshops to cost effectively produce proceedings, which provide maximum dissemination of the material through electronic channels and social media.

7-Short Communications: A Short Communication is suitable for recording the results of complete small investigations or giving details of new models or hypotheses, innovative methods, techniques or apparatus. The style of main sections need not conform to that of full-length papers. Short communications are 2 to 4 printed pages (about 6 to 12 manuscript pages) in length.

8-Perspective, opinion, and commentary: 

-Perspective pieces are scholarly reviews of fundamental concepts or prevalent ideas in a field. These are usually essays that present a personal point of view critiquing widespread notions pertaining to a field. A perspective piece can be a review of a single concept or a few related concepts. These are considered as secondary literature and are usually short articles, around 2000 words.

-Opinion articles present the author’s viewpoint on the interpretation, analysis, or methods used in a particular study. It allows the author to comment on the strength and weakness of a theory or hypothesis. Opinion articles are usually based on constructive criticism and should be backed by evidence. Such articles promote discussion on current issues concerning science. These are also relatively short articles.

-Commentaries are short articles usually around 1000-1,500 words long that draw attention to or present a criticism of a previously published article, book, or report, explaining why it interested them and how it might be illuminating for readers.

Submission Instructions

The submitted paper to Global Research Review should be original work. Plagiarism, or the attempt to pass off someone else’s work as the author’s own, will result in immediate rejection. The manuscript should be written in English in preference (French & Spanish are also accepted with an abstract in English).

Please, use the following current MS Word Template.

In order to submit your manuscript, please ensure you have considered the following points:

  • The work presents a significant advance over the existing literature. 
  • Please make sure this is clearly highlighted in the main article as well.
  • The conclusion of the work is supported with sufficient evidences & data’s
  • Adequate characterization data’s for the new materials & compounds are provided
  • The results discussed in the context of the literature

The references relevant and appropriately reflect the existing literature

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

The authors agree to the terms of this Copyright Form, which will apply to this submission if and when it is published by this Review and should to upload it with the manuscript in a submission platform.

Submission System Guidance

For general guidance on using the manuscript submission system, please read the tutorial in this link  . For questions on specific functionality, explore the Guide at this link.