Aims

Document version 1.0. Last review: 20/07/2022.

Published since 1993 (Formerly known as "Southern Brazilian Journal of Chemistry"), the SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF SCIENCES (SJS) is a biannual, international, fully double-blind peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that welcomes high-quality theoretically informed publications in the interdisciplinary fields of sciences.

    The SJS publishes:
  • Research Article / Original Article
  • Review Article
  • Short Report / short communications
  • Technical Notes
  • Case Studies
  • Clinical cases
  • Interviews
  • Book review

Researchers from all countries are invited to publish on its pages. The Journal is committed to achieving a broad international appeal, attracting contributions, and addressing issues from various disciplines related to Science, and interdisciplinary areas, such as Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Pharmacy, Medicine, Engineering, Industrial Science, and Agriculture. The SJS is a refereed journal dedicated to expressing views on the covered topics, thereby generating a cross current of ideas on emerging matters.

Scope


The Southern Journal of Sciences is a multidisciplinary journal (UDC- 001), and due to the Journal's deep roots in chemistry, the Journal considers the chemistry branch as a central science, and it is passioned about the study between Chemistry and other branches of science;
The SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF SCIENCES invites submissions relating to:
  • Classical branches of Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry, Biological/Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry)
  • Nuclear chemistry, fuels, propellants, propulsion, energy storage, batteries, Electrochemistry
  • Chemometrics, Statistics, Physics*
  • Engineering*, Materials chemistry, Industrial sciences, Petrochemistry
  • Medicinal chemistry, Bioorganic chemistry, Biophysical chemistry, Biological Sciences*, Bioinorganic chemistry, Odontology*, Substances of abuse
  • Geochemistry, Agrochemistry, Mineralogy
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences*, Pharmacology, Drug discovery
  • Other areas may require the previous consultation before submission
* = when the study takes a chemical approach