What is the difference between JACS and JACS Au?

JACS Au is a separate journal that is editorially independent of JACS. Will they be peer reviewed? A: Yes. These new journals will employ the highest standards of peer review, rapid times to decision and publication, and rigorous editorial processes as exemplified by the Society’s publishing program.

How much does it cost to publish a paper at JACS?

JACS Submission Fee A non-refundable submission fee of $75 per manuscript is due at the time of submission for authors who are not a current Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Does ACS have a title page?

Title and Title Page The title should reflect the content and emphasis of the project described in the report. It should be as short as possible and include essential key words. The author’s name (e.g., Mary B.

Is ACS a publisher?

ACS is proud to be a nonprofit society publisher supporting the publication of important research from scientists around the world through world-class editors and journals.

How do I update my Jacs account?

Log in to JACS and go to My Accounts at the top of the screen, to the right of the “Home” link. Then open the “Update Account” tab. Choose the “Search/Modify” button on the upper left part of the page.

How do I use Jacs to file a case?

Attorneys can use JACS to charge filing fees and other fees instead of paying by cash, check, or money order. Attorneys must have an active JACS account to file in eCourts, upload documents into the Judiciary Electronic Document Submission system, and use the electronic access program to access case information. Use bar ID to register for JACS.

What are the current Jacs communication templates for submission?

The current Communications templates ( Microsoft Word 2011 for Macintosh and Microsoft Word 2010 for Windows) remain available for submission and will facilitate the review process; however, word count is the defining limit for a JACS Communication. Authors need not fit the manuscript to four strict pages by the template measure.

What happens when a manuscript is submitted to JACS?

When a manuscript is submitted to JACS, Editors must make an initial editorial judgment regarding its suitability for the journal’s audience. A significant number of submissions are returned without sending them on for further processing. Titles of manuscripts may not contain the words “First” or “Novel” nor any part number or series number.