Instructions for Authors



Instructions for Authors


Only previously unpublished articles and other materials (reviews, reviews, etc.) are accepted for publication.

For publication accepted articles in Russian or English.

General requirements for the article

The size of the author's original should not exceed 25 thousand characters in Microsoft Word format; font - Times New Roman, size - 12 pt., line spacing - one and a half.
Tables, graphs, charts, diagrams and figures are embedded in the text. When using multiple tables or figures, their numbering is required.

Before sending an article to the journal, authors should evaluate its uniqueness using specialized services and make sure that the data presented in the article are original; all materials cited in the work of other authors are accompanied by references to the source and are included in the list of references. Fragments of the borrowed text without specifying the source are not allowed. The Editorial Board of the journal also checks the article for uniqueness using the Anti-Plagiarism service.

For verification, the full article (including annotation and keywords) in Microsoft Word format is downloaded to the system. For publication in the journal, the originality of the material submitted must be at least 70%. In addition, if, based on the results of the audit, it turns out that borrowing is noted in the article without reference to the sources, the article will be returned to the authors for revision.

Required elements of the article

The title should be brief and reflect the essence of the thematic content of the material. After the title it is necessary to specify information about the authors, compilers and other persons who participated in the work on the manuscript.

Author information includes the following elements:

- Full name of the author;

- place of work, study (full name of institution or organization);

- city;

- the name of the country;

- position or profession;

- academic degree, academic title;

- contact information (e-mail).

Abstract (author's summary) should contain:

- describe the main objectives of the study;

- method or methodology of work;

- the results of the work, scientific contributions, insights;

- the scope of the results;

- limitations/directions for future research;

- summarize the most important results and their importance;

- 200-250 words.

The text of the abstract should not contain figures, tables, figures, subheadings, lists with numbering.

Keywords should reflect the main content of the article, if possible, do not repeat the terms of the title of the abstract, use terms from the text of the article, as well as terms defining the subject area and including other important concepts. Keywords are given in the nominative case in the amount of not less than 5 and not more than 20. They should be separated by commas, without a dot at the end of the enumeration. When forming keywords, you should avoid words with an abstract meaning, or terms that can be used in other scientific disciplines. Keywords should be as specific as possible and reflect the specifics of the article.

Content of article

The structure of the article must comply with the international standard IMRAD. Be sure to have the following dedicated sections of the article:

Introduction: for the introduction it is necessary to have a clearly stated purpose of the research undertaken by the author, the substantiation of scientific novelty and the significance of the work. Also in the introductory part of the article the author should give a meaningful analysis of the available modern literature (monographs, articles, manuals, etc., published, as a rule, in the last 3-5 years) on the scientific profile of the study.

Theory / methodology of research: the theory section should disclose rather than repeat the information discussed in the introduction. This section provides a description of the theoretical and methodological basis of the study.

Research results and discussion: results should be clear and concise. The significance of the results should be justified.

Conclusion: in the final part of the article it is necessary to give a detailed, reasoned justification of the significance of the conducted and reflected in the work of scientific research. The author should indicate what kind of contribution to the development of theoretical and applied science makes his work and the future development of research.

Gratitudes. This section is necessary if it is necessary to indicate that the article is prepared within the framework of the grant, to thank colleagues who are not the authors of the article, but with their assistance the study was conducted, etc.

List of references.

Sources are numbered in the order mentioned in the text. The number of the source used in the cited list is placed in square brackets with the number (s) of pages after the comma. If there are several reference objects, they are combined into one complex reference. In this case, the reference objects are separated by semicolons. The names of foreign authors, if they are mentioned in the text of the article, should be transliterated into Russian.

Examples of execution to the source in the text [15]; [15, p. 103-122]; [1, 15, 34]. For all books, you must specify the total number of pages for articles − page numbers on which they are located. Unpublished sources are not included in the list of references.

For all publications of the list of sources that have doi (digital object identifier, indicated in the upper left corner of the page at the beginning of the article), it is necessary to bring it to the end of the bibliographic record.


Article from the journal

Ouyang, D., J. Bartholic and J. Selegean, 2005. Assessing Sediment Loading from Agricultural Croplands in the Great Lakes Basin. Journal of American Science, 1(2): 14-21.

Shakhov, D.A. and A.A. Panasenko, 2012. Evaluating Effectiveness of Bank Advertising in the Internet: Theory and Practice. World Applied Sciences Journal, 18(Special Issue of Economics). Date Views 10.06.2013


Durbin, R., S.R. Eddy, A. Krogh and G. Mitchison, 1999. Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. Cambridge University Press, pp: 356.

Book without author

Business: The Ultimate Resource, 2012. Eksmo.

Chapter from the book

Leach, J., 1993. Impacts of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) on water quality and fish spawning reefs of Western Lake Erie. In Zebra mussels: biology, impacts and control, Eds., Nalepa, T. and D. Schloesser. Ann Arbor, MI: Lewis Publishers, pp: 381-397.


Makarewicz, J.C., T. Lewis and P. Bertram, 1995. Epilimnetic phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass and species composition in Lake Michigan, 1983-1992. U.S. EPA Great Lakes National Program, Chicago, IL. EPA 905-R-95-009.

Conference material

Stock, A., 2004. Signal Transduction in Bacteria. In the Proceedings of the 2004 Markey Scholars Conference, pp: 80-89.


Strunk, J.L., 1991. The extraction of mercury from sediment and the geochemical partitioning of mercury in sediments from Lake Superior, M. S. thesis, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI.

Online resource

The results of the research, conducted by the French Institute of public opinion. Date Views  01.01.2013

Official source

The Law of the Russian Federation "On education" of 10.07.1992 #3266-1.


In case of non-compliance with the requirements for registration of materials for publication, the manuscript can be returned to the author for revision.