English Language Editing
High-quality research deserves clear writing. We have worked with GoodLingua as a partner to improve your writing. GoodLingua with expertise in the editing of relevant subjects to ensure that manuscripts meet international standards of scientific English and are free of grammatical, spelling, and other common language errors.
For editors and reviewers to accurately assess the work presented in your manuscript you need to ensure the English language is of sufficient quality to be understood. If you need help with writing in English you should consider:
- Asking a colleague who is proficient in English to review your manuscript for clarity.
- Using a professional language editing service where editors will improve the English to ensure that your meaning is clear and identify problems that require your review. You can use an Editing Service such as GoodLingua, which has become our partner in improving language and grammar. Bioeduscience authors are entitled to a 10% discount on their first submission to either of these services, simply follow the links here.
Please note that the use of a language editing service is not a requirement for publication in this journal and does not imply or guarantee that the article will be selected for peer review or accepted.
If your manuscript is accepted it will be checked by our copyeditors for spelling and formal style before publication.
Update Policy with Crossmark
BIOEDUSCIENCE enabled with Crossmark
The CrossMark logo is a commitment by BIOEDUSCIENCE to update the content published and alert readers in case of any change occurred in an article.
Crossmark gives readers quick and easy access to the current status of an item of content.
If a secondary and related article (like retraction note, corrigendum, letter, reply, ...) is accepted for a primary article, authors will be informed using the Crossmark facility and able to track it using a notification. The Briefland content with the CrossMark logo is restricted to specific journal contents and limited to specific publication types (like original articles, review articles, and brief reports). Clicking on the CrossMark icon will inform the reader of the current status of a document and may also provide additional publication record information about the document.
These article types could be linked to the source article using a Crossmark logo even after publishing:
- Supplementary data
- Letter to the Editor
- adding ORCID
- funding data
- license details
- Clinical trial registration data
- peer review information
CrossMark, a multi-publisher initiative from CrossRef, provides a standard way for readers to locate the authoritative version of a document. Elsevier recognizes the importance of the integrity and completeness of the scholarly record to researchers and librarians and attaches the highest importance to maintaining trust in the authority of its electronic archive. Clicking on the CrossMark icon will inform the reader of the current status of a document and may also provide additional publication record information about the document.
|Addendum||Publication item giving additional information regarding another publication item, mostly presenting additional results.|
|Duplicate||Accidental duplication of an article in another journal. The text of the article is retracted. The HTML pages are replaced by a single page with citation details and an explanation. The PDF pages remain with a watermark on every page to notify it is a duplicate.|
|Erratum||Article in which errors are reported that were made in an earlier publication in the same journal. It can be Erratum (publishing error) but also Corrigendum (author error).|
|Removal||The text of the article is removed. The HTML pages and PDF pages of the article are completely removed and replaced by a single page with citation details and an explanation.|
|Retraction||The text of the article is retracted. The HTML pages are replaced by a single page with citation details and an explanation. The PDF pages remain with a watermark on every page to notify it is retracted.|
|Review article||Substantial overview of original research, usually with a comprehensive bibliography, generally also contains a table of contents.|
Citing or linking with a DOI link
A digital object identifier (DOI) cites and links to an electronic document. Using a DOI guarantees an unchanged permanent link to an article, so you can use DOI to connect to the electronic records permanently. All articles published in BIOEDUSCIENCE Journals have their own DOI from Crossref.org.
To find a document with a DOI:
- Copy the DOI of the paper.
- In your browser, open the following DOI site: http://dx.doi.org
- Enter the DOI in the provided text box and click the Go button.
Example: The correct format for citing or creating a link to a document in our company is as follows: 10.22263/j.bes