Articles for Biological and Clinical Sciences Research Journal (Biol. Clin. Sci. Res. J; ISSN: 2708-2261) must be original reports of research not simultaneously submitted to or previously published in any other scientific or technical journal and must make a significant contribution to the advancement of knowledge or toward a better understanding of existing scientific concepts. The study reported should be applicable to a sizeable geographic area or an area of ecological or economic significance and of potential interest to a significant number of scientists. After critical review and approval by the editorial board, Biological and Clinical Sciences Research Journal publishes articles reporting original research articles are grouped by subject matter into all type of biological and medical research but not confined with the following categories: Botany, Plant Sciences, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Biotechnology, Plant Genetics, Plant Computational Biology, Plant Cell Biology, Plant Biochemistry, Plant Ecology, Plant Microbe interaction, Plant environmental interactions, Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Animal Sciences, Human Genetics, Animal Biotechnology.

Notes are published about apparatus, observations, and experimental techniques. Observations usually are limited to studies and reports of unrepeatable phenomena or other unique circumstances. Review and interpretation papers are also published, subject to standard review. Contributions to the Forum section deal with current agronomic issues and questions in brief, thought-provoking form. Such papers are reviewed by the Editor in consultation with the editorial board.

Major manuscripts types include full length research articles and short communications but Biological and Clinical Sciences Research Journal also publish other types of articles.

Each calendar year will have one volume. BCSRJ publishes articles as soon as the final copy-edited version is approved by the authors rather than waiting for a collection of articles for a specific issue. Also, each article is published in its respective category (editorial, review, original or commentary). As a result, the page numbers in the ‘Table of Contents’ displayed for each issue will reflect this rather than numerical order.