Chem Publishers; a Canadian based firm, provides a comprehensive and reputable platform that showcases peer-reviewed journals of national and international research scholars who wish to publish their original research.
Originating in Pakistan in 2011, Chem Publishers has begun to set its sights globally with expanded operations in Canada, USA, UK and Egypt.
With an international review committee that includes peers from Canada, USA, UK, and Egypt, we have enhanced our website user interface to provide a refined and user-friendly experience and open access journal. The firm includes reputed scientists from noted national and international universities, all of whom stem from varied scientific disciplines. Our scientists review submitted articles to improve language, content and the like, before granting publishing status.
At Chem Publishers, we publish original research articles, short communications and scientific reports. All submissions are published in English. At its very core, our mission is to channel the advancements of science and technology on a path which benefits those who need it. Empowering the understanding of science will lead our world to new heights.
All submissions must be within the Publication of Chemical Research of the European Association of Chemical and Molecular Sciences ethical guidelines. In particular, authors should reveal all sources of funding for work presented in their manuscript and should declare any conflict of interest. Manuscripts containing animal experiments must include a statement in the Experimental Section to state that permission was obtained from the relevant national or local authorities. The institutional committees that have approved the experiments must be identified and the accreditation number of the laboratory or of the investigator given where applicable. If no such rules or permissions are in place in the country where the experiments were performed, then this must also be clearly stated. Manuscripts with experiments including human subjects or tissue samples from human subjects must contain a disclaimer in the Experimental Section to state that informed signed consent was obtained from either the patient or from next of kin.
All articles must be written in English. Authors less familiar with the English language should seek assistance from proficient colleagues in order to produce grammatically and semantically correct manuscripts or contact the editorial office.
Each contribution submitted to the Journal will be sent to independent referees. Authors are encouraged to suggest three (3), suitable referees from South Asia, Europe and North America (full names and affiliations including professional email addresses). However, not exclusively those referees nominated by the authors will be contacted. All accepted manuscripts are edited before printing to ensure scientific consistency, clarity of presentation, and uniformity of style.
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