Guidelines for 'Science in Africa' Authors
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Please bear in mind when preparing your article that our readership is a general audience of non-scientists and scientists alike and that articles should be written in a style which is simultaneously concise, clear and understandable to a wide readership. It is important to note that Science in Africa is not a peer-reviewed journal. Highly specialised papers submitted in journal format are best sent to a peer-reviewed journal. Please visit the site and view some of our archived editions as this will provide a good idea of the style and formatting of articles.
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