Does Elsevier own nature?
Does Elsevier own nature?
Springer Nature, formerly known as Springer and the Nature Publishing Group, announced a merger in January of 2015. The new publishing giant produces about 13% of the papers in the scholarly publishing market, still behind Elsevier (23%) (scholarly kitchen).
Is scientific reports a paid journal?
Scientific Reports is an open access journal. To publish in Scientific Reports, all authors are required to pay an article-processing charge (APC) of $1,495.
Who are Elsevier competitors?
Elsevier competitors include Clarivate, Wiley and Taylor and Francis.
How do you know if an article is peer reviewed?
If the article is from a printed journal, look at the publication information in the front of the journal. If the article is from an electronic journal, go to the journal home page and look for a link to ‘About this journal’ or ‘Notes for Authors’. Here it should tell you if the articles are peer-reviewed.
What is the purpose of scientific report?
The purpose of a science report is to clearly communicate your key message about why your scientific findings are meaningful. In order to do this, you need to explain why you are testing a hypothesis, what methodology you used, what you found, and why your findings are meaningful.
Is scientific reports open access?
Scientific Reports is an open access journal, and all articles are free to access, download, share, and re-use.
Is scientific reports a Q1 journal?
Scientific Reports is a journal covering the technologies/fields/categories related to Multidisciplinary (Q1). It is published by Nature Publishing Group. This journal has an h-index of 149.
Is Impact Factor 5 GOOD?
The higher the impact factor, the more highly ranked the journal. The top 5% of journals have impact factors approximately equal to or greater than 6 (610 journals or 4.9% of the journals tracked by JCR). Approximately two-thirds of the journals tracked by JCR have a 2017 impact factor equal to or greater than 1.
What are peer reviewed nursing journals?
To ensure a very high level of quality, articles that are submitted to scholarly journals undergo a process called peer-review. Once an article has been submitted for publication, it is reviewed by other independent, academic experts (at least two) in the same field as the authors. These are the peers.
Why should nurses read nursing journals?
Professional nursing journals are an excellent source of continuing education and practical clinical update. Ninety-three percent of the RNs felt that information in journals helps them in their practice, and 68% subscribed to professional nursing journals.
How much does it cost to publish in scientific reports?
Article tools Scientific Reports works on the open-access model, in which a journal’s content is entirely accessible for free. Open-access journals therefore have no revenue from subscriptions. Some journals instead charge authors a fee to publish their papers. Scientific Reports charges $1,495 to publish an article.