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The Authoritative Review Process
The mission of SERS is to provide systematic, periodic examinations of scholarly advances in a number of fields of Science, Engineering, Arts, Commerce and Management through critical authoritative reviews. The comprehensive critical review not only summarizes a topic but also roots out errors of fact or concept and provokes discussion that will lead to new research activity. The critical review is an essential part of Research.

Premier Quality Commitment
SERS is founded as a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Scientists/ Engineers/ Economists/ Pharmacists/ Medical Practitioners and or even a common man. The scientific world facing the ever-increasing volume of research and data in a growing number of disciplines. SERS wants to bring to its readers the best in comprehensive and affordable Scientific/ Economic/ Managerial review literature. The SERS volumes have become an indispensable part of the development of many disciplines.

Our Principle of Dissemination of Scientific Information
SERS is a nonprofit organization created and managed by academicians/ scientists to serve science/ economics/ arts and management by publishing Journals in different fields. Our mission is to intelligently synthesize scientific literature in a review format and to ensure that this information is then widely distributed and easily available.

SERS sets the price of these reviews at a level which will recover actual costs including a provision for the development of new volumes and expanded means of dissemination. The prices are among the lowest in all scientific literature.

SERS provides its reviews at a free or very low cost to individual researchers or libraries and institutions. The Authors are free to electronically archive, with attribution, their published articles, chapters or books.

SERS has been serving the scientific community for more than 03 years and is committed to providing the best in science review literature to help ease the ever increasing problem of information overload on the science researcher.