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Advanced Research Journals

Advanced Research is a multidisciplinary publishing company established in January 2010. We help leading academics make their work visible and accessible to diverse new audiences around the world. Our goals are as follows:

  • To open the door to the world’s library of scientific knowledge by giving people anywhere in the world access to the latest scientific research
  • To facilitate research and education by making it possible to search the full text of every article in our book, regular journal, pocket journal, and certain lecture notes for free
  • To enable scientists, researchers, librarians, publishers, and entrepreneurs to develop innovative ways to explore and use the world’s treasury of scientific ideas and discoveries

Advanced Research Journals is a hybrid: we read the studies for you and translate them into readable English. But we tell you where to find them, too, in case you want to read them for yourself. We also provide background biology and end-of-article reporter’s notes, as well as mid-article links to our sources. You can take our word on the issues, but we won’t force you to.

Our Major Principles

To fulfill our goals, we are guided by the following major principles:

  • Financial Fairness. We believe everyone should have access to knowledge, regardless of monetary status. It is unfortunate, however, that many scientists in poor countries are unable to afford them. In light of this, most of our publications are open access. Because the company cannot survive without income, authors are billed a certain amount for article processing. However, this fee is waived if one or more authors of a paper are from low-income countries. In addition, if all the authors of a paper are experiencing financial difficulties, the publishing fee may be reduced, even if they are from the First World.
  • Wide Distribution Channel. All our books and lecture notes are distributed through a number of online bookstores such as Amazon.com and Kindle. We also try our best to list our books in libraries and academic institutions.
  • High Quality. A peer review system is set in place to ensure the quality of all the articles included in our books and journals. Typesetting each article is done with the utmost care. We set the highest standard of excellence in everything we do: in content and style, in editorial performance at every level, in transparency and accessibility to the scientific community and the public, and in educational value.
  • Internationalism and Open Access. Our books and journals are published under the Creative Commons Attribution License (i.e., an open-access license) that allows unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium provided the original work is properly cited and credited. We want to build a public library that provides unrestricted access to scientific research, ideas, and discoveries. We aim to be a truly international organization by providing access to scientific literature to anyone, anywhere, and through publishing works from every nation.

The Journals

For consumers, ARJ is a free, monthly journal dedicated to providing in-depth health information that isn’t swayed by market or advertiser demands. With articles from study result analysis (pregnancy and alcohol, milk and cancer) to lighter fare (health insurance for dogs, the geography of fat), ARJ tries to publish information that is otherwise hard to come by.

The Wire

For magazines and newspapers, we offer a wire service. Editors can purchase by the article, by the month or by the year (ARJ wire service).

The Editor

Editor Alison Slaughter is a freelance journalist specializing in consumer health issues. She received her masters in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Her articles have appeared in Chicago’s Daily Herald, Indiana’s Times, New York state’s Daily Star, and Wyoming’s Powell Tribune. Because she feels pets are important, she has also written for Bark and Dog and Kennel magazines.

Contact Us

Editor: editor@advancedresearchjournals.org
Wire service: wire@advancedresearchjournals.org
Webmaster: webmaster@advancedresearchjournals.org
Article submissions: submit@advancedresearchjournals.org
All other queries: info@advancedresearchjournals.org

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