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Benfits of Publishing

Our aim is to serve you with the most particular aid and the most qualified administration. We show regard for your work and we are glad to assist you in bringing plans and outcomes to the world.

Benefits for Authors

Author rights & services

At Herald, we're devoted to securing your rights as an author, and ensuring that any and all awful data and copyright regulations are addressed. As a journal author, you hold rights for an extensive reach of author uses of your article, including use by your employing establishment or organization. We additionally give numerous services, such as free PDFs for most journals, a liberal copyright strategy, unique discounts on Herald publications and a great deal more.

Open access

Access to quality research is basic to the scientific community and beyond. We support sustainable access and endeavor to furnish a range of Open Access alternatives alongside our accessibility initiatives to guarantee everyone can read, utilize and trust the latest research. Researchers can decide to publish open access to in over 26 Open Access Journals.

Content innovation

Herald is constantly dealing with publishing innovations that help authors improve their articles and researchers gain deeper insights and draw conclusions more rapidly. Some of the content innovations we have been adding to our journals incorporate article-based publishing and highlights.

Rapid publication: For the majority of our journals, articles will be published in their final form 3-4 weeks after acceptance, provided you respond rapidly to the proofreading/editor request.

Article level marketing: Our marketing team captivates with each individual article published to reach at, however, many potential book lovers as could reasonably be expected.

Comprehensive indexing: Herald seeks after a dynamic indexing strategy. We work with Indexing bodies to guarantee scope as fast as would be prudent.

Re-use of your article: Articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CCBY) or Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CCNC). This implies that you are asked to give authorization to others to download, re-utilize, impart, or acclimate your work, for any reason, as long as the original source is cited.

Deposition in relevant repositories: Authors are welcome to deposit the final version of their article in any archive or post it to any website. As soon as a Herald journal is acknowledged for PubMed Central, Co-Action publishing will store all articles there, upon publication.