Aims and Scope

Advances in BioScience (eISSN: 2583-0058), a quarterly, open-access, peer-reviewed journal where scientific exploration meets innovation. The journal is committed to disseminating research that pushes the frontiers of biological sciences, providing a platform for researchers, academicians, professionals, and students to contribute to the collective understanding of life sciences.

Aim of Advances in BioScience (eISSN: 2583-0058)

  • Promote Innovative Research: Our primary aim is to foster and promote innovative research in the field of biological sciences. We are committed to providing a platform for researchers, scientists, and academicians to share their findings with the global scientific community.
  • Broaden Scientific Understanding: We aim to enhance scientific understanding by publishing high-quality research articles, reviews, perspectives, opinions, and short communications that contribute to expanding our knowledge of biological sciences.
  • Interdisciplinary Approach: With the goal of encouraging interdisciplinary research, recognizing that breakthroughs often occur at the intersection of disciplines, our journal welcomes submissions that integrate multiple fields of biological sciences, fostering collaboration and exploration across diverse scientific domains.
  • Open Access: As an online journal, we are committed to the principles of open access. Our aim is to ensure that scientific research is accessible to all, thereby promoting knowledge dissemination and public engagement with science.
  • Peer Review Integrity: Upholding the highest standards of peer review, our rigorous review process ensures that all published articles are scientifically sound and contribute to the advancement of biological sciences.
  • Global Reach: With our digital platform, we aim to reach a global audience, fostering international collaboration and dialogue in the biological sciences.

Scope of Advances in BioScience (eISSN: 2583-0058)

The scope of Advances in BioScience is broad and inclusive, reflecting the multifaceted nature of biological sciences. Submissions are welcome from a wide range of biological disciplines, including, but not limited to:

  • Molecular Biology: Delving into the fundamental building blocks of life, from genes and proteins to DNA and RNA.
  • Cell Biology: Unveiling the inner workings of life's basic units, from cell membranes and organelles to cellular processes like division and communication.
  • Genetics: Exploring the blueprint of life, deciphering the role of genes in heredity, development, and disease.
  • Biochemistry: Understanding the chemical reactions that underpin life, from enzyme function to metabolic pathways.
  • Microbiology: Unraveling the secrets of the microscopic world, from bacteria and archaea to viruses and fungi.
  • Ecology: Studying the intricate relationships between organisms and their environment, from ecosystems and biodiversity to conservation and sustainability.
  • Evolution: Tracing the history of life and understanding the forces that have shaped the diversity of species on Earth.
  • Biomedicine: Translating biological knowledge into medical advancements, tackling diseases, developing new therapies, and improving human health.
  • Biotechnology: Harnessing the power of living organisms and biological processes for technological applications, including biofuels, bioremediation, and genetic engineering.
  • Environmental Science: Investigating the interactions between biological systems and the environment, addressing challenges like climate change, pollution, and resource management.
  • Marine Biology: Exploring the vast and diverse underwater world, unraveling the mysteries of marine organisms and ecosystems.
  • Plant Biology: Uncovering the secrets of the plant kingdom, understanding plant growth, development, and their vital role in the biosphere.
  • Animal Science: Studying the biology and behavior of animals, from physiology and development to animal health and conservation.
  • Agriculture: Applying biological knowledge to improve agricultural practices, ensuring food security and sustainable food production.

Types of Articles

Original and Research articles: These should describe new and carefully confirmed findings and experimental methods should be described in sufficient detail for others to verify the work. The length of an original article is the minimum required to describe and interpret the work clearly.

Review articles: Review articles and perspectives covering topics of current interest are welcome, encouraged and published. Reviews should be concise and no longer than 4-6 printed pages (about 12 to 18 manuscript pages). Review manuscripts are also peer-reviewed.

Short Communications: Short communication also contains abstract. The list of references should not exceed than 15. The presentation of Short Communications should contain headings such as Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, etc. Short communications are no longer than 2 to 4 printed pages (about 6 to 12 manuscript pages) in length.

Publishing Platform

Advances in BioScience (ISSN: 2583-0058) is powered by Open Journal Systems (OJS), an open source solution for journal management and publishing system developed by the Public Knowledge Project.

Enquiries and submissions for publication

All inquiries concerning the editorial policies and manuscript submissions should be addressed to the editor at