Ethics of  Publishing

The most important principles and ethics of research and scientific publishing are the following:

∗ There should be credibility and accuracy in the recording and analysis of data and results of the scientific research.

∗ Do not manipulate or bias the design, analysis and presentation of data of the scientific research.

∗ Positive criticism must be accepted by the arbitrators for research and action before publication of scientific research.

∗ Researchers should respect the intellectual property of the owners of the research, patents and copyrights and not to impersonate and steal, as well as not to use any data or unpublished results without reference to their owners.

∗ The goal of publishing scientific research is to develop economic institutions and benefit mankind in general and not for the purpose of obtaining personal interest only.

∗ acknowledge all of those who contributed to the preparation of research, thesis and scientific papers.

∗ Supporting students of undergraduate and postgraduate students during their research career as well as enhancing their abilities and enabling them to make their own decisions.

∗ The researchers should adhere to the instructions and publishing rules established by the journals and the scientific research organizations.

∗ Use available resources properly to achieve the desired goals and objectives.

∗ Non-violation of human rights and dignity when conducting scientific research experiments on humans.

∗ Researchers should avoid supporting any particular bodies with a particular agenda that makes scientific research a means of achieving their own illegal interests.