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Publishing your research has never been easier…or faster with our Accelerated Publication service. Fast Track gets your work published within 3-5 weeks while Rapid Track ensures publication within 7-9 weeks. 50+ journals offer Fast Track while 30+ journals offer Rapid Track.
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“Thank you very much for the way our manuscript was handled and published in almost no time! Peer-reviewing is essential to ensure the quality and reliability of scientific papers, but, in our own experience and probably in the experience of most academic researchers, long delays can be very punishing, especially for doctoral students who are allocated a limited time because of their grants or doctoral cursus. That is why we were very pleased to learn on its website that Expert Review of Medical Devices offered a fast-track option allowing exceptionally rapid peer-reviewing and publication. This way, we could be sure that our student would be able to follow his time-table and get his degree as expected. Had the reviewing resulted in rejection, we would still have had time to revise and submit to another journal. In this specific case, the outcome was positive, and our paper was immediately published on-line, which is very gratifying for our student.”
- Professor Michel Dauzat, Montpellier University, France | Full article available here.
“The paper was submitted on the 5th of December, and despite the holiday period, we were delighted to find that the speed of reviewing was even faster than before! Following a rigorous and constructive round of peer review, the revised paper was published by the 6th of January. This was just after the approval of the first EV71 vaccine, so the timing was of great significance!”
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