Symbiosis Group

Journal of Nutritional Health & Food Science

Tel: 1-872-356-4001
1203, Heron drive, Normal, Illinois-61761, USA

Special Issues & Author Benefits


Being an Open access scholarly publisher, Symbiosis gives great prominence to Special Issues as a unique means of promoting high-quality research. As an enhancement to its stream of regular articles, Symbiosis Group will publish special issues on selected topics. Special Issue is a collection of papers on a specific topic. Each Special Issue deals with a particular subject focusing on current interest and global cause and comprises of critical reviews and original research articles by world’s leading scientists in that specific field.

These Special Issue articles may include any unpublished work in a format like original research articles, critical reviews, mini reviews, short communications, case reports related to the specific theme. Special Issues are exceedingly centered sources of information allowing a rapid appraisal of current perspectives and discoveries.

Symbiosis group's benchmark criterion of peer-review, quality, and originality standardization applies to the articles in Special Issues as to regular issue articles.

Author Benefits for Special Issue Articles

All authors are welcome to submit manuscript for Special Issue and avail benefits.

Open Access to your research: All published article are freely accessible from any part of world without any restrictions under Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) License.
Authors will retain copyright: Copyright on articles published by Symbiosis will be retained by the author(s). However authors will grant publishing rights to Symbiosis group.
Ease of submission: An easy, web based online submission system enables author a hassle-free article submission in a single step.
Peer review: A mandate Double blind peer review will enhance the quality of the manuscript, validates the significance and originality of the research.
Rapid processing: Manuscript will be processed at the quickest possible time to provide first decisions for submitted special issue articles – often within two weeks of submission or even earlier.
Reasonable and thorough refereeing: all articles are looked into by no less than two experts to ensure the readability, originality & significance.

Rapid publication: All accepted articles of these Special Issues will be published approximately two weeks from the day of acceptance.
Promotion: All published special issue articles will be promoted through various Social Networks & blogs to increase visibility and readership.
Rebates: Articles featured in Special Issues can avail 20% discount on the applicable publication charges.
Author reprints: Both, Electronic as well as paper re-prints for published article will be available on request. Contact respective journal manager for more details.
Widest possible audience: Open access publishing allows unrestricted access to the readers worldwide. Articles can be accessed from any corner of the world which encourages global readership.
Author services: Supportive staff is promptly accessible to answer all your enquiries through email.

All the articles of the special issue should strictly adhere to the article style and formatting guidelines of SYMBIOSIS. Authors are requested to refer author guidelines here.

SYMBIOSIS is proposed to release number of special issues focusing on various themes which relates current perspectives to enhance the scope of the journal. Assistance on the special issues can be obtained by contacting at special.issues@symbiosisonline.org or here.

Guidelines

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Manuscript Preparation

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Submit & Track Manuscript

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Membership

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Newly Launched Journals
Symbiosis Open Special Issues

Food Safety & Hygiene

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Food-Borne Pathogens & Gastrointestinal Diseases

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Profiling Foods and Diets

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Micronutrient Metabolism & Deficiency Consequences

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School and Community-based Nutritional Interventions

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