This Privacy Notice explains how Scientific European® (SCIEU®) published by UK EPC Ltd., Company Number 10459935 Registered in England; City: Alton, Hampshire; Country of Publication: United Kingdom) processes your personal data and your rights in relation to the personal data we hold. Our policy takes into account the Data Protection Act 1998 (the Act) and, with effect from 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

1.1 How we collect your personal information 

1.1.1 Information which you provide to us 

This information is generally provided by you when you 

1. Engage with us as authors, editor and/or advisor, fill in forms on our website or our apps, for example to order products or services, to sign up for a mailing list, or to register to use our website, make an application for employment, add to comments section, complete surveys or testimonials and/or request any information from us. 

2. Communicate with us by post, telephone, fax, email, social media etc 

The information you give may include biographical information (your name, title, date of birth, age and gender, academic institution, affiliation, job title, subject specialism), contact information (email address, mailing address, telephone number) and financial or credit card details. 

1.1.2 Information we collect about you 

We do not collect any details of your browsing on our websites. Please see our Cookie Policy. You can disable cookies through your web browser’s settings and still access our websites. 

1.1.3 Information from other sources 

Data analysis partner such as Google who analyse visits to our websites and apps. This includes browser type, browsing behaviour, type of device, geographical location (only country). This does not include any personal information of the website visitor. 

1.2 How we use your information 

1.2.1 When you engage as an author or editor or advisor for Scientific European® (SCIEU)®, your information which you submit is stored on the web-based academic journal management system epress (www.epress.ac.uk) of University of Surrey. Read their Privacy Policy at www.epress.ac.uk/privacy.html 

We use this information for communication with you for sending article review requests and for the purpose of peer review and editorial process only. 

1.2.2 When you subscribe to Scientific European® (SCIEU)®, we collect your personal information (Name, Email and affiliation). We use this information to carry out subscription obligations only. 

1.2.3 When you fill out ‘Work with Us’ or ‘Contact’ Us forms or upload manuscripts on our websites, the personal information submitted by you is used solely for the purpose for which the form was filled. 

1.3 Sharing your information with third parties 

We do not share your personal data with any Third party. When you engage as an author or peer reviewer or editor or advisor your information which you submit is stored on the web-based journal management system epress (www.epress.ac.uk) Read their Privacy Policy at https://www.epress.ac.uk/privacy.html 

1.4 Transfer outside the European Economic Area (EEA) 

We do not transfer personal information to any third party within or outside the European Economic Area (EEA). 

1.5 How long do we keep your information 

We retain information about you for as long as it is required to provide our products or services to you or is necessary for our legal purposes or our legitimate interests. 

However, the information can be erased, restricted for use or modified by sending an email request to [email protected]

To receive information that we hold about you, an email request should be sent to [email protected]

1.6 Your rights in respect of your personal information 

Data protection legislation gives you a number of rights to protect you against an organisation mishandling your personal information. 

1.6.1 Under the Data protection Act you have the following rights a) to obtain access to, and copies of, the personal information that we hold about you; b) to require that we cease processing your personal information if the processing is causing you damage or distress; and c) to require us not to send you marketing communications. 

1.6.2 With effect from 25 May 2018 after GDPR, you have the following additional rights a) To request that we erase your personal data; b) To request that we restrict our data processing activities in relation to your personal data; c) To receive from us the personal data we hold about you, which you have provided to us, in a reasonable format specified by you, including for the purpose of transmitting that personal data to another data controller; and d) To require us to correct the personal data we hold about you if it is incorrect. 

Please note that the above rights are not absolute, and requests may be refused where exceptions apply. 

1.7 Contact us 

If you have any comments, questions or concerns about anything you have read on this page or you are concerned how your personal information has been handled by Scientific European® you can contact us at [email protected] 

1.8 Referral to the UK Information Commissioner 

If you are an EU Citizen and are not satisfied with how we are processing your personal data, you can refer us to the Information Commissioner. You can find out more about your rights under data protection legislation from the Information Commissioner’s Office website available at: www.ico.org.uk 

1.9 Changes in our Privacy Policy 

If we make changes to this policy, we will detail them on this page. If it is appropriate, we may provide you with details by email; we suggest that you regularly visit this page to see any changes or updates to this policy. 


All authors must read and agree to terms in our Submission Policy before submitting an article to Scientific European (SCIEU)® 

2.1 Manuscript Submission 

All author(s) who submit manuscript to Scientific European (SCIEU)® must agree to the points below. 

2.1.1 Mission and Scope  

Scientific European publishes significant advances in science, research news, updates on ongoing research projects, fresh insight or perspective or commentary for dissemination to scientifically minded general people. The idea is to connect science to society. The authors can either publish an article about a published or an ongoing research project or on a significant societal importance that the people should be made aware of. Authors could be scientists, researchers and/or scholars who have extensive first-hand knowledge of the subject matter working in academics and industry, who would also have made significant contribution in the area described. They may have sound credentials for writing about the topic including science writers and journalists. This can inspire young minds to take up science as a career provided that they become aware of the research performed by the scientist in a manner that is comprehensible to them. Scientific European provides a platform to authors by encouraging them to write about their work and connect them to society as a whole. The published articles can be assigned DOI by the Scientific European, depending upon significance of the work and its novelty. SCIEU does not publish primary research, there is no peer-review, and articles are reviewed by the editorial team. 

2.1.2 Types of Article 

Articles in SCIEU® are categorised as Review of recent advances, Insights and Analysis, Editorial, Opinion, Perspective, News from Industry, Commentary, Science News etc. The length of these articles may be an average of 800-1500 words. Please note that SCIEU® presents ideas that have already been published in peer-reviewed scientific literature. We do NOT publish new theories or results of original research. 

2.1.3 Selection of article  

The article selection may be based on the attributes as below. 

 S.No. Attributes Yes/No 
The findings of the research can solve problems faced by the people  
Readers will feel good when reading the article  
Readers will feel curious  
Readers will Not feel depressed when reading the article 
The research can improve lives of people 
The findings of the research is a milestone in science: 
The study reports a very unique case in science 
The research is about a topic that affect large section of people 
The research can impact economy and industry 
10 The research is published in a very reputed peer reviewed journal in last one week 
Rule 0 : Score = Number of ‘Yes’ 
Rule 1 : Total Score > 5 : Approve  
Rule 2:  higher the score, the better  
Hypothesis: score and hits on the web page should be significantly related   

2.2 Guidelines for Authors 

The authors may keep the following general guidelines in mind based on the readers and editor’s perspective. 

Readers perspective 

  1. Do the title and summary make me feel curious enough to read the body? 
  1. Whether there is flow and ideas conveyed smoothly till last sentence?  
  1. whether i remain engaged to read the whole article? 
  1. whether I tend to pause for a while to reflect and appreciate after completing reading -something like the moment?   

Editors perspective 

  1. Do the title and summary reflect the soul of the research? 
  1. Any grammar/sentence/spelling error? 
  1. Original source(s) cited appropriately in the body where needed. 
  1. Sources listed in the reference list in alphabetical order as per Harvard system with working DoI link (s). 
  1. Approach is more analytical with critical analysis and evaluation where possible. Description only till the point it is required to introduce the topic. 
  1. The findings of the research, its novelty and relevance of the research is clearly and cogently conveyed with appropriate background  
  1. If the concepts conveyed without resorting much to the technical jargons 

2.3 Criteria for submission 

2.3.1 Author can submit work on any topic mentioned in the scope of the journal. The content should be original, unique and the presentation must be of potential interest to the scientifically minded general readers. 

The work described should not have been published previously (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or academic thesis) and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. It is implied that all author(s) who submit to our peer-reviewed journals agree to this. If any part of the manuscript has been published previously, author must clearly state to the editor. 

If plagiarism in any form is detected anytime during the peer review and editorial process, the manuscript will be rejected and a response will be sought from the authors. The editors may contact the author’s head of department or institute and can also choose to contact the author’s funding agency. See Section 4 for our Plagiarism Policy. 

2.3.2 The corresponding (submitting) author should ensure that all agreements between multiple authors have been achieved. The corresponding author will manage all communication between the editor and on behalf of all co-authors if any, before and after publication. He/she is also responsible for managing communication between co-authors. 

Authors must ensure the following: 

a. The data in the submission is original 

b. The presentation of the data has been approved 

c. The obstacles to sharing of data, materials, or reagents etc which are used in the work are minimal. 

2.3.3 Confidentiality 

Our journal editors will treat the submitted manuscript and all communication with authors and referees as confidential. Authors must also treat any communication with the journal as confidential including reviewers’ reports. Material from the communication must not be posted on any website. 

2.3.4 Article Submission 

To submit please login (To create an account, please register ). Alternatively, can email to [email protected]


3.1 Editorial Process

3.1.1 Editorial team

The Editorial team comprises of Editor-in-chief, Advisors (Subject Matter Experts) along with executive editor and assistant editors.

3.1.2 Review process

Each manuscript undergoes a general review process by the editorial team to ensure accuracy and style. The aim of the review process is to ensure that the article is suitable for the scientifically minded general public, i.e., avoids complicated mathematical equations and difficult scientific jargon and to scrutinise the correctness of scientific facts and ideas presented in the article. The original publication should be reviewed thoroughly and each story that originates from a scientific publication should cite its source. SCIEU® editorial team will treat the submitted article and all communication with the author(s) as confidential. Author(s) must also treat any communication with SCIEU as confidential.

Articles are also reviewed on the basis of their practical and theoretical significance of the chosen topic, description of the story on chosen subject matter to a the scientifically minded general audience, credentials of the author(s), citation of sources, timeliness of the story and unique presentation from any previous coverage of the topic in any other media. Initial evaluation

The manuscript is first evaluated by the editorial team and is checked for scope, selection criteria and technical accuracy. If approved, it is then checked for plagiarism. If not approved at this stage, manuscript is ‘rejected’ and author(s) are informed about the decision. Plagiarism

All articles received by SCIEU ® are checked for plagiarism after the initial approval to ensure that the article does not have any verbatim sentences from any source and is written by the author(s) in their own words. The editorial team is provided with access to Crossref Similarity Check Services (iThenticate) to assist them in conducting plagiarism checks on the submitted articles.

3.2 Editorial decision

Once the article has been evaluated on the above-mentioned points, it is deemed selected for publication in SCIEU® and will be published in the upcoming issue of the journal.

3.3 Revision and Resubmission of Articles

In case of any revisions to the articles sought by the editorial team, the authors will be intimated and need to respond to the queries within 2 weeks of intimation. The revised and resubmitted articles would undergo the evaluation process as described above before being approved and accepted for publication.

3.4 Confidentiality

Our editorial team will treat the submitted article and all communication with authors as confidential. Authors must also treat any communication with the journal as confidential including revision and resubmission. Material from the communication must not be posted on any website.


4.1 Copyright on any article published in Scientific European is retained by the author(s) without restrictions. 

4.2 Authors grant the Scientific European a license to publish the article and identify itself as the original publisher. 

4.3 Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation details and publisher are identified. All users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of all articles published in the Scientific European. 

4.4 The Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 formalizes these and other terms and conditions of publishing articles. 

4.5 Our magazine also operates under the Creative Commons Licence CC-BY. It grants unrestricted, irrevocable, royalty-free, worldwide, indefinite rights to use the work in any way, by any user and for any purpose. This allows for the reproduction of articles, free of charge with the appropriate citation information. All authors publishing in our journals and magazines accept these as the terms of publication. The copyright of the content of all articles remains with the designated author of the article. 

Full attribution must accompany any re-use and publisher source must be acknowledged. This should include the following information about the original work: 


Article Title 




Page numbers 

Date of publication 

[Journal or magazine title] as the original publisher 

4.6 Self archiving (by authors) 

We permit authors to archive their contributions on non-commercial websites. This can be either authors’ own personal websites, their institution’s repository, funding body’s repository, online open access repository, Pre-Print server, PubMed Central, ArXiv or any non-commercial website. Author does not require to pay any fee to us for self-archiving. 

4.6.1 Submitted version 

The submitted version of the article is defined as the author version, including content and layout, of an article that the authors submit for review. Open access is allowed for submitted version. The embargo length is set to zero. On acceptance, the following statement should be added if possible: “This article has been accepted for publication in the magazine and is available at [Link to final article].” 

4.6.2 Accepted version 

The accepted manuscript is defined as the final draft of the article, as accepted for publication by the magazine. Open access is allowed for accepted version. The embargo length is set to zero. 

4.6.3 Published version 

Open access is allowed for published version. Published articles in our magazine can be made publicly available by the author upon publication immediately. The embargo length is set to zero. The journal must be attributed as the original publisher and [Link to final article] must be added. 


5.1 What is considered plagiarism 

Plagiarism is defined as unreferenced use of others published and unpublished ideas in same or other language. The extent of plagiarism in an article can be defined as follow: 

5.1.1 Major plagiarism 

a. ‘Clear plagiarism’: unattributed copying of another person’s data / findings, resubmission of an entire publication under another author’s name (either in the original language or in translation) or major verbatim copying of original material in the absence of any citation to the source, or unattributed use of original, published academic work, such as hypothesis/idea of another person or group where this is a major part of the new publication and there is evidence that it was not developed independently. 

b. ‘self-plagiarism’ or redundancy: When author(s) copy her or his own previously published material either in full or in part, without providing appropriate references. 

5.1.2 Minor plagiarism 

‘Minor copying of short phrases only’ with ‘no misattribution of data’, minor verbatim copying of < 100 words without indicating in direct quotation from an original work unless the text is accepted as widely used or standardized (e.g. as a Material or Method), copying (not verbatim but changed only slightly) of significant sections from another work, whether or not that work is cited. 

5.1.3 Use of images without acknowledgement of the source: republication of an image (image, chart, diagram etc) 

5.2 When do we check for plagiarism 

All manuscripts received by Scientific European (SCIEU)® are checked for plagiarism at every stage of the peer-review and editorial process. 

5.2.1 After Submission and before Acceptance 

Every article submitted to SCIEU ® is checked for plagiarism after submission and initial evaluation and before editorial review. We use Crossref Similarity Check (by iThenticate) for conducting a similarity check. This service enables text-matching from sources which are either not referenced or have been plagiarised in the submitted article. However, this matching of words or phrases could be by chance or due to use of technical phrases. Example, similarity in Materials and Methods section. The editorial team will make a sound judgement based upon various aspects. When minor plagiarism is detected at this stage, article is immediately sent back to the authors asking to disclose all sources correctly. If major plagiarism is detected, manuscript is rejected and the authors are advised to revise and resubmit it as a fresh article. See Section 4.2. Decision on plagiarism 

Once authors revise the manuscript, plagiarism check is done once again by editorial team and if no plagiarism is seen, article is then reviewed as per the editorial process. Else, it is again returned to the authors. 


6.1 Grounds for retraction 

The following are the grounds for retraction of published articles in SCIEU® 

a. False authorship 

b. Clear evidence that findings are unreliable due to fraudulent use of data, data fabrication or multiple errors. 

c. Redundant publication: findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper cross referencing or permission 

d. Major plagiarism ‘Clear plagiarism’: unattributed copying of another person’s data / findings, resubmission of an entire publication under another author’s name (either in the original language or in translation) or major copying of original material in the absence of any citation to the source, or unattributed use of original, published academic work, such as the hypothesis/idea of another person or group where this is a major part of the new publication and there is evidence that it was not developed independently. “self-plagiarism” or redundancy: When author(s) copy her or his own previously published material either in full or in part, without providing appropriate references.  

6.2 Retractions 

The main purpose of retractions is to correct the literature and ensure its academic integrity. Articles maybe retracted by the authors or by journal editor. Normally a retraction will be used to correct errors in submission or in publication. However, we reserve the right to retract entire articles even after they have been accepted or have been published. 

6.2.1 Erratum 

Notification of a critical error made by the journal which can affect the publication in its final form, its academic integrity or the reputation of the authors or the magazine. 

6.2.2 Corrigendum (or correction) 

Notification of a critical error made by the author(s) which can affect the publication in its final form, its academic integrity or the reputation of the authors or the journal. This can be either a small portion of an otherwise reliable publication proves to be misleading, the author / contributor list is incorrect. For redundant publication, if article is published in our magazine first, we will issue a notice of redundant publication, but the article will not be retracted. 

6.2.3 Expression of concern 

 An expression of concern will be issued by the journal editors if they receive inconclusive evidence of publication misconduct by the authors, or if there is evidence that data is unreliable.  

6.2.4 Complete article retraction 

Magazine will promptly retract a published article if conclusive evidence is available. When a published article is formally retracted, the following will be published promptly in all versions of the journal (print and electronic) to minimize harmful effects of misleading publication. Magazine will also make sure retractions appear in all electronic searches. 

a. For print version a retraction note titled “Retraction: [article title]” which is signed by the authors and/or the editor is published in the subsequent issue of the journal in the print form. 

b. For electronic version the link of the original article will be replaced by a note containing the retraction note and a link to the retracted article page will be given and it will be clearly identified as a retraction. The article contents will display the ‘Retracted’ watermark across its content and this content will be freely available. 

c. It will be stated who retracted the article – author and/or journal editor 

d. The reason(s) or basis for retraction will be clearly stated 

e. Statements that are potentially defamatory will be avoided 

If authorship is disputed after publication but there is no reason to doubt the validity of the findings or the reliability of the data then the publication will not be retracted. Instead, a corrigendum will be issued along with necessary evidences. Any author cannot dissociate themselves from a retracted publication because it is the joint responsibility of all authors and authors should have no reason to legally challenge a retraction. See Section for our Submission Policy. We will conduct a proper investigation before a retraction and editor may decide to contact author’s institute or funding agency in such matters. Final decision rests with Editor-in-chief. 

6.2.5 Addendum 

Notification of any additional information about a published paper which is of value to the readers. 


Scientific European (SCIEU) ® is committed to real and immediate open access. All the articles published in this magazine are free to access immediately and permanently once accepted in SCIEU. Accepted articles are assigned DOI, if relevant. We don’t charge any fees for any reader to download articles at any time for their own scholarly use. 

Scientific European (SCIEU) ® operates under the Creative Commons Licence CC-BY. This allows all users a free, irrevocable, worldwide, right of access to, and a license to copy, use, distribute, transmit and display the work publicly and to make and distribute derivative works, in any digital medium for any responsible purpose, free of charge and subject to proper attribution of authorship. All authors publishing with SCIEU ® accept these as the terms of publication. The copyright of the content of all articles remains with the designated author of the article. 

A complete version of the work and all supplemental materials in an appropriate standard electronic format is deposited in online repository which is supported and maintained by an academic institution, scholarly society, government agency, or other well-established organization that seeks to enable open access, unrestricted distribution, inter-operability, and long-term archiving. 


We are committed to permanent availability, accessibility and preservation of the published work. 

8.1 Digital Archiving 

8.1.1 As a member of Portico (a community-supported digital archive), we archive our digital publications with them. 

8.1.2 We submit our digital publications to British Library (National Library of United Kingdom). 

8.2 Archiving of print copies 

We submit print copies to British Library, National Library of Scotland, National Library of Wales, Oxford University Library, Trinity College Dublin Library, Cambridge University Library and few other national libraries in EU and USA. 

British Library Permalink
Cambridge University Library Permalink
Library of Congress, USA Permalink
National and University Library, Zagreb Croatia Permalink
National Library of Scotland Permalink
National Library of Wales Permalink
Oxford University Library Permalink
Trinity College Dublin Library Permalink


9.1 Conflicting interests 

All authors and editorial team must declare any conflicting interests related to the submitted article.  If anyone in the editorial team has a conflicting interest which could prevent him/her from making an unbiased decision on a manuscript then the editorial office will not include such member for assessment. 

Competing interests include the following: 

For authors: 

a. Employment – recent, current and anticipated by any organisation that may gain or lose financially through publication 

b. Sources of funding – research support by any organisation that may gain or lose financially through publication 

c. Personal financial interests – stocks and shares in companies that may gain or lose financially through publication 

d. Any forms of remuneration from organisations that may gain or lose financially 

e. Patents or patent applications which may be affected by publication 

f. Membership of relevant organisations 

For members of editorial team: 

a. Having a personal relationship with any of the authors 

b. Working or having recently worked in the same department or institution as any of the authors.  

The authors must include the following at the end of their manuscript: The author(s) declare no competing interests. 

9.2 Author conduct and copyright 

All authors are required to agree to our licence requirements when submitting their work. By submitting to our journals and agreeing to this licence, the submitting author agrees on behalf of all authors that: 

a. the article is original, has not previously been published and is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere; and 

b. the author has obtained permission to use any material which has been sourced from third parties (e.g., illustrations or charts), and the terms have been granted. 

All articles in Scientific European (SCIEU) ® are published under the creative commons license, which allows reuse and redistribution with attribution to the authors. See Section 3 for our Copyright and License policy 

9.3 Misconduct 

9.3.1 Research misconduct 

Research misconduct includes falsification, fabrication or plagiarism in proposing, performing, reviewing and/or reporting research results. Research misconduct does not include minor honest errors or differences of opinion. 

If after assessment of the research work, the editor has concerns about a publication; a response will be sought from the authors. If the response is unsatisfactory, the editors will contact the author’s head of department or institute. In cases of published plagiarism or dual publication, an announcement will be made on the journal explaining the situation, including ‘retractions’ if work is proven to be fraudulent. See Section 4 for our Plagiarism Policy and Section 5 for our Retraction Policy 

9.3.2 Redundant publication 

Scientific European (SCIEU) ® only considers article submissions which have not been published previously. Redundant publication, duplicate publication and text recycling is not acceptable and the authors must ensure that their research work is only published once. 

Minor overlap of content may be unavoidable and must be reported transparently in the manuscript. In review articles, if text is recycled from an earlier publication, it must be presented with a novel development of previously published opinions and appropriate references to previous publications must be cited. See Section 4 for our Plagiarism policy. 

9.4 Editorial standards and processes 

9.4.1 Editorial independence 

Editorial independence is respected. The editorial team’s decision is final. In case a member of the editorial team wishes to submit an article, he/she shall not be part of the editorial review process. The Editor-in-Chief/a senior member of the editorial team reserves the right to consult any subject matter expert with respect to data and scientific accuracy, to evaluate the article. The editorial decision-making processes of our magazine is completely separate from our commercial interests. 

9.4.2 Review systems 

We ensure that the editorial review process is fair and we aim to minimise bias. 

Papers submitted undergo our editorial process as described in Section 2. If any confidential discussions have taken place between an author and a member of editorial team, they will remain in confidence unless explicit consent has been given by all concerned parties or if there are any exceptional circumstances. 

Editors or board members are never involved in editorial decisions about their own work and in these cases, papers may be referred to other members of the editorial team or the editor-in-chief. Editor-in-chief shall not be involved in editorial decisions about his/her own at any stage of the editorial process. We do not accept any kind of abusive behaviour or correspondence towards our staff or editors. Any author of a paper submitted to our magazine who engages in abusive behaviour or correspondence towards staff or editors will have their paper immediately withdrawn from consideration for publication. Consideration of subsequent submissions will be at the discretion of the Editor-in-chief. 

See Section 2 for our Review and Editorial Policy 

9.4.3 Appeals 

Authors have a right to appeal editorial decisions taken by Scientific European (SCIEU)®. The author should submit the grounds for their appeal to the editorial office through email. Authors are discouraged from directly contacting any editorial board members or editors with their appeals. Following an appeal, all editorial decisions are conclusive and final decision rests with the Editor-in-chief. See Section 2 of our Review and Editorial Policy 

9.4.4 Standards of accuracy 

Scientific European (SCIEU) ® shall have the duty to publish corrections or other notifications. A ‘correction’ shall be normally used when a small part of an otherwise reliable publication proves to be misleading to the readers. A ‘retraction’ (notification of invalid results) will be issued if work is proven to be fraudulent or as a result of a significant error. See Section 5 for our Retraction Policy 

9.5 Data sharing 

9.5.1 Open data policy 

To allow others researchers to verify and further build upon the work published in Scientific European (SCIEU)®, the authors must make available the data, code and/or research materials which are integral to the results in the article. All Datasets, files and code should be deposited in appropriate, recognised publicly available repositories. Authors should disclose during submission of the manuscript itself if there are any restrictions on the availability of data, code and research materials from their work. 

Datasets, files and codes that have been deposited in an external repository should be appropriately cited in the references. 

9.5.2 Source code 

Source code should be made available under an open-source licence and deposited in an appropriate repository. Small amounts of source code can be included in the supplementary material. 


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Please allow up to 10 working days for delivery within UK and Europe and 21 days for rest of the world. 


11.1 All advertisements on Scientific European® website and print form are independent from editorial process and editorial decisions. Editorial content is in no way compromised or influenced by any commercial or financial interests with advertising clients or sponsors or marketing decisions. 

11.2 Advertisements are displayed randomly and are not linked with content on our website. Advertisers and sponsors have no control or influence over the results of searches a user may conduct on the website by keyword or search topic. 

11.3 Criteria for advertisements 

11.3.1 Advertisements should clearly identify the advertiser and the product or service being offered 

11.3.2 We do not accept advertisements which are deceptive or misleading or appear to be indecent or offensive in either text or artwork, or if they relate to content of a personal, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, or religious nature. 

11.3.3 We reserve the right to decline any type of advertising which is likely to affect reputation of our journals. 

11.3.4 We reserve the right to withdraw advertisement from the journal site at any time. 

Editor-in-chief’s decision is final. 

11.4 Any complaints regarding advertising on Scientific European® (website and print) should be sent to: [email protected] 


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