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Two new research journals published from the United Kingdom have been launched

Two new research journals published from the United Kingdom have been launched

Tadworth, Surrey, United Kingdom, 20-May-2018 — /EPR Media News/ — After successful launch of Scientific European® (a popular science magazine) early this year, UK Education Consultancy Services Ltd announced the release of the premiere issues of research journals European Journal of Sciences (EJS)® & European Journal of Social Sciences (EJSS)®.

While the magazine Scientific European® is geared towards general audience who are interested in science and technology to make them aware of advances in the scientific fields, the new journals European Journal of Sciences (EJS)® & European Journal of Social Sciences (EJSS)® will disseminate primary research to academic and scientific community after evaluation by the peers.

European Journal of Sciences (EJS)® [ISSN 2516-8169 (Online) | ISSN 2516-8150 (Print)] aims to report original scientific research of significance to scientific community through proper evaluation of the findings. This covers all areas of sciences including but not limited to physical sciences, biological sciences, chemical sciences, mathematical sciences, computer sciences, engineering sciences, environmental sciences and earth sciences.

European Journal of Social Sciences (EJSS)® [ISSN 2516-8525 (Print) | ISSN 2516-8533 (online)] aims to report original academic research of significance in the area of social sciences to academic community through proper evaluation of the results or findings by the peers. This covers all areas of social sciences including but not limited to anthropology, archaeology, behavioural sciences, criminology, cultural studies, demography, developmental studies, economics, education, gender studies, geography, gerontology, history, international studies, linguistics, media studies, philosophy, political sciences, psychology, public administration, rural and urban studies, social work, sociology and sustainability studies.

Both the journals are ‘’Open Access’’, available in both online and print formats and are published on monthly basis.

Umesh Prasad, the founder editor said ‘’We value inclusive dissemination. We wish to enhance access to systems and processes of sharing of new knowledge acquired through primary scientific research. We think there is a genuine need for more specific journals dedicated to the scientific community where researchers can publish up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers along with relevant and insightful reviews about their cutting-edge works. Hence, here we are with the premiere issues of European Journal of Sciences (EJS) and European Journal of Social Sciences (EJSS)! Hope these journals provide a vibrant, engaging, integrative and collaborative platform for the researchers to present their works after rigorous and fair peer review process’’.

More information about the journals can be found at www.ejsci.com and www.ejss.co.uk

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Scientific European®: New monthly popular science magazine

Tadworth, Surrey, United Kingdom, 21-Jan-2018 — /EPR MEDIA NEWS/ — UK Education Consultancy Services Ltd announced that the premiere issue of Scientific European® (a popular science magazine) is released today on 19 January 2018.

Abbreviated as SCIEU®, the magazine Scientific European® (pISSN 2515-9534; eISSN 2514-9542) aims to bring current happenings in science to a wider audience to make them aware of advances in the scientific fields. Interesting and relevant ideas from diverse areas of science are conveyed with clarity and concision. The articles present ideas that have already been published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature in the recent past. It is both online and print magazine released on a monthly basis and is targeted at general readers of all age groups and geographies who are interested in science and technology.

Umesh Prasad, Founder & Editor-in-Chief said ‘’We always thought there was a greater need to bring cutting edge relevant scientific advances to general audience across the globe for their appreciation because at the end of the day science must serve society and intellectual stimulation of the people has the potential to further advance science itself. The idea to launch a popular science magazine titled Scientific European arose out of my discussion with Cambridge alumnus molecular biologist Dr Rajeev Soni and here we are with the maiden issue of Scientific European (SCIEU). With immense pleasure, we bring to you hugely relevant recent scientific advances on six key themes, compiled and presented by Jasmita Gill and I. With this we embark on the eternal journey to bring scientific advances to the living rooms of the people across the world’’.

More information about the magazine can be found at www.scientificeuropean.co.ukwww.scieu.com

SOURCE: EuropaWire