ResearchLink Journals are peer-reviewed electronic journals published on an open-access platform, making it available freely and immediately to the world. It uses a model for academic publishing that enables immediate, worldwide, barrier-free, open access to the full text of research articles for the best interests of the scientific community.

The Journals are published online and in print and welcomes research articles/papers, reviews and other types of research manuscripts presenting results of original research.

ResearchLink Journals publishes the most fundamental, applied and theoretical work through multidisciplinary research. The company is committed to high quality, innovation and excellence, and the publications contribute positively to research and development.


Journals List

ISSN 2576-0149 (Online)

             ISSN 2576-0130 (Print)

ISSN 2576-0106 (Online)

             ISSN 2576-0114 (Print)

ISSN 2576-0211 (Online)

             ISSN 2576-0203 (Print)

ISSN 2576-019X (Online)

             ISSN 2576-0181 (Print)

ISSN 2576-0165 (Online)

             ISSN 2576-0157 (Print)

ISSN 2576-0068 (Online)

ISSN 2576-0122 (Print)


Publication Frequency and Submission Deadline

ResearchLink Journals are published monthly and the submission deadline is the 15th of every month for publication the following month. Each article submitted is evaluated by at least two peer reviewers and the manuscripts also undergo standard routine review with the editor and review panel. Articles will be reviewed within 14 days of being received and authors are encouraged to submit their articles before/by the stipulated deadline.


Open Access Statement

ResearchLink Journals are open access journals and instantly makes articles available worldwide. Some benefits of open access include:

  • Increased citation and usage
  • Faster impact and greater visibility
  • Wider collaboration
  • Greater public engagement
  • Increased interdisciplinary conversation


Publication Ethics

Plagiarism, copyright infringement and other violations of publication best practices are not acceptable.

Submitted papers which are found to have used copyright materials without permission or plagiarised other works will be rejected.

Authors and editors are encouraged to refer to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) website for more information on publication ethics and best practices.

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