For Authors > Editorial Criteria
Submission Framework
  • Submission must abide by, all the Starling Science Journal policies.
  • Article should be in proper and apparent English that must comply with the Journal’s professional code.
  • A detailed review of literature with appropriate reference should be incorporated in the article so that it imparts reliable source of information from the presented data.
  • The design of the article should comply with the standard format followed by the and deviations in the design format could be made only to mark the regulated quality.
  • Figures should be relevant to the data provided in the article, of markable resolution, and described and labelled accordingly.
  • Autonomous submission should be followed, that will serve as a “Unit of Publication” and it must have results complying to the hypothesis.
  • Consistent data should not be subdivided adding count to the words to gain the publication count.
Structured Methodology
  • Article should characterize authentic elementary research within the Aims & Scope of the journal.
  • The context should apparently determine the research methodology i.e., evident and relevant.
  • The information provided should be able to bridge the gap created during the study and investigation.
  • The study should have substance and performed with high technical standard.
  • Experimental methods should be stated with complete relevant data so that it can aid another research.
  • The research study should be done in compliance with the ethical rights.
Data Validation
  • Data should be authentic, substantial and well composed.
  • Data relating to the conclusion should be archived specifically with easy access.
  • Conclusions provided, should be stated in context of the research study.
  • Observation should have identified views.
  • Decisions should not signify any subjective idea or single interest.
  • Repetition or Replication of experiments are acceptable only if proper description is provided, that is relevant to the literature.
  • Negative or ambiguous results may be acceptable.