We salute those scholars whose passion is to explore the unknown and help humanity to understand its roots, its present and its future. We empathize with those scholars who put this passion for discovery ahead of the normal social existence thereby sacrificing their normal life for this persistent desire for achieving greatness in their respective fields thereby enhancing the understanding of the world we live in.
As seen in the history of science, sometimes light comes from darkest of places. Major breakthroughs have most of the times come from little known scholars who later on become icons of the scientific community. So we do not to judge the scholars by who they are but by what their research is. Sometimes we may fail to understand the importance of a research paper as has happened many times in the history of science. So we take every research paper very seriously no matter what our intelligence says about it based on our present knowledge.
As you might have noticed, we place a lot of emphasis on the history of science. There is a reason for that. As with any science, medical and dental sciences are evolving as we speak. This evolution of sciences has a pattern which we want to understand. Also we stand to get a great deal of inspiration from the lives of great scientists in whose footsteps we are walking. We would like to tell our colleagues that their efforts will not go in vain. We pledge to bring their work to the attention of the world through our journal.
We would like to shed some light on some technical advantages of this journal-
1. Covers all departments, both medical and dental
2. Email notifications on new issue release
3. Extensive author support
4. Fast and prompt reviewing
5. Free access to the International journal
6. Peer review
7. Regular publication biweekly
8. Bibliographic information-
.Print ISSN- 2278-4748
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. BASE( Bielefeld Academic Search Engine)
. Index Copernicus( ICV 2014: 63.31)
. WHO- HINARI
. Chemical Abstracts Service Databases (A division of American Chemical Society)
. Google scholar
. BIREME Virtual Health Library
. Indian Science Abstracts
. Journal Seek Database
. CIRS (International Center for Scientific Research) databases
Date of Last Modification- 20 September 2015