Information for Authors
Find all the information you need to publish with STM Journals.
Last updated: 2022-04-30
STM Journals is a leading global publisher dedicated to advancing knowledge and disseminating high-quality research across diverse scientific, technological, and medical disciplines. We offer a comprehensive platform for researchers worldwide to share their cutting-edge findings with a global audience and contribute to the progress of their respective fields.
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Benefits of Publishing with STM Journals
STM Journals boasts a comprehensive collection of peer-reviewed academic journals spanning a wide array of scientific, technological, and medical disciplines. With over 275+ Journals under our umbrella, we offer a platform for researchers to share their groundbreaking findings with a global audience and contribute to the advancement of their respective fields.
To streamline your search for the perfect Journal match, we've categorized our portfolio based on various disciplines and research areas.
Before you Submit
STM Journals is committed to making the submission process smooth and efficient for authors. Here's a general overview of our streamlined process:
Article processing Charges
Article Processing Charges are fees that some journals charge authors to cover the cost of publishing their articles. These fees can vary widely depending on the journal, and may be charged for various services such as peer review, copyediting, and formatting.
You can find resources below that provides detailed article processing charges (APCs) along with an explanation of what these encompass, as well as information on our waiver policies.
Peer review overview
Peer review is an essential process in scholarly publishing that ensures the quality, validity, and credibility of published research. The process of peer review involves evaluation of a submitted manuscript by experts in the same field to ensure that it meets the required standards of quality and rigor.
The peer review process is initiated when an author submits their manuscript to a journal for publication. The manuscript is then evaluated by the editor of the journal to ensure that it meets the scope and focus of the journal. If the manuscript is deemed suitable for the journal, it is then sent out to at least two experts in the same field for peer review.
The peer reviewers assess the manuscript for its scientific rigor, accuracy, novelty, and significance. They provide feedback to the editor on the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript, and make recommendations on whether the manuscript should be accepted, rejected, or revised.