The Journal’s editorial Board upholds ethical norms accepted by the international scientific community, and is dedicated to preventing any violations of these rules. This is a pivotal condition for effective participation of the journal in the development of an integrated system of knowledge. In particular, the Editorial Board’s policy stems from recommendations of the Publication ethics Committee and also incorporates best practice of authoritative international journals and publishers.


Articles submitted for publishing should containthe author’s new and original scientific results that were not published elsewhere. The wording transferred into the publication form other sources should not exceed a 10% threshold of the overall content.
The plagiarism is defined as copying and rephrasing other scientific written materials. Wording and content reflected in the article within allowed 10% threshold should have a reference to the source in line with publication rules and requirements.


All scientific articles are subject to peer-review by members of the editorial Board and other external reviewers, who are free to make critical comments regarding the qualityand clarity of the written content, compliance with the journal’s profile and novelty and credibility of results and conclusions. All discussions overseen and mediated by the managing editor. In case of opinion disparity betweenthe editorial board membersregarding the content of the article the review can be assigned to another board members. Reviewer’s recommendations form basis for a final resolution on admittance of the article tothe Journal.


Once admitted, the articles aredisclosed in the public domain.Reviewers and editors should disclose to the editorial Board any conflict of interest they encounter as part of their duties (financial, academic, personal, etc.). The rights to use the published materials are reserved by the Journal «Science in the Central Russia» owned by FGBNU VNITIIN the body acting as afounder and publisher of the magazine.
Editorialsreceived for review must be treated as a confidential information. The Chief Editor and the editorial Board membersare prohibited from disclosing any information submitted within thearticles to anyone outside the board members with the exception of the author, reviewers, prospective reviewers, editorial Board consultants and the publisher.