Aims 

BSR aims to develop a deeper insight into the diverse areas of life sciences and to foster communication between them. The journal caters to the requirements of students, researchers, academicians, lab professionals, medical practitioners and biomedical specialists working in the industry. It further offers free, time bound and rapid publication of content that disseminates novel research findings as well as the publication of highly accessible editorial articles that explicitly facilitate budding researchers and experts working in the field. The articles and reviews submitted for publication should reflect the full breadth of research with rigorous methodology and substantial evidence for drawing the conclusions in all areas of human, animal, and plant sciences. We ensure novelty, originality, scientific rigor, consistency and highest levels of ethical integrity in each and every research article submitted for publication to the journal. We ensure novelty, originality, scientific rigor, consistency and highest levels of ethical integrity in each and every research article submitted for publication to the journal.

Scope

BSR aims to develop a deeper understanding covering diverse areas of biological and life sciences. The journal aims to foster communication between different research areas of life sciences to reach multi-disciplinary goals. BSR accepts original research articles, review articles, mini-reviews, short communications, reports, case reports, and letter to editors.

BSR offers free and fast peer-review rapid publication process of content that disseminates novel research findings.

Subject Areas   

Subject areas include but not limited to molecular biology, zoology, infectious diseases, botany, genetics, infectious diseases, biochemistry, agriculture and forestry, biotechnology, virology and immunology, genomics and proteomics, veterinary sciences, bioinformatics and computational biology, microbiology, cell biology, enzymology, physiology, veterinary sciences, structural biology, health sciences and epidemiological studies.