Ethics statement

Nova Scientia subscribes to the Declaration on international ethical standards for authors and reviewers adopted in the Second World conference on the integrity of research carried out in Singapore in 2010 by the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics). When submitting the article, the author is expressing their consent and agreement with the ethical guidelines indicated on the documents of the conference.

The, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

The papers submitted must be unpublished and their authors agree not to simultaneously submit them for the consideration of other journals. Any conflicts of a legal, moral, or ethical character etc., that derives from the analysis of this aspect shall be the sole responsibility of the authors.

The papers they must be the result or the progress of original and high level researches within the scientific disciplines. Before sending the paper to the evaluators, it will be subjected to a Plagiarism Detection Software; if something is found in this regard the paper will be immediately rejected.

It will be the responsibility of the authors that both, during the research process and for the submission of their work to Nova Scientia, the ethical codes of their institutions are complied with, as well as the legal and ethical norms universally accepted for the work with other people, animals and the environment.

The author of the correspondence is responsible for making sure that all authors have contributed significantly in the paper and have accepted the contents and forms of the article, and must provide the e-mail of all the participants.

Nova Scientia reserves the right to take any measures that it considers necessary when detecting any inappropriate conduct in the work of authors and arbitrators, among those: the removal of articles, the elimination of the portfolio of authors and arbitrators, as well as blacklisting the names to other journals.

The editors can not be authors or collaborators of the papers presented in Nova Scientia