Growing Science publishes peer reviewed high quality open access papers in various fields of sciences. The primary aim of this publishing company is to perform fast and reliable process for contributors. Once a paper is accepted, our staffs work hard to provide online version of the papers as quickly as possible. All papers are assigned valid DOI number once they appear online just to make sure that the other people researchers cite them while no volume and numbers are still assigned to the papers. We believe this could help the existing knowledge grow faster; however, the actual publication of a paper with volume and number will not exceed more than 4 months.  

Growing Science currently publishes several open access, peer-reviewed journals and they are included in one or more of the leading abstracting and indexing databases, including ProQuest, ISC, Index Copernicus, DOAJ, EBSCO and SCOPUS. Growing Science has been also a member of CrossRef, the scholarly DOI linking organization.

Growing Science published articles can be traced on Microsoft Academic search, Google Schoolar, Ulriches' web, Socolar, Genamics, Open J-Gate, Libraries of various well-known universities such as MIT, MIT, Washington State, GeorgeTown, Strathclyde, Tohoku, Indiana, North Dakota, York, Osaka, NovaNet, and Tamkang.

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In Growing Science, we allow authors/readers to archive the final published version of all articles. Authors/readers could do all sorts of self-archiving of their papers without getting our permission.

We provide online version of all accepted papers on our website and keep them for a while just to make sure the work is original before assigning any volume and number. However, in case of dispute we take the necessary actions, promptly.

In Growing Science we do our best to contribute to scientific society by publising original works. Please support us with your valuable comments.