Peer-review is a critical method to verify quality of scholarly works. Authors must honor peer review comments to help improve the manuscript.
In order for their work to obtain final acceptance for publication, authors must ensure that their work is of the highest quality possible. All suggested revisions must be incorporated into the article and then submitted to the Editor-In-Chief. Authors may dispute peer review comments by giving reasons/references to counter peer review comments. For more detailed instructions please refer to the Guidance to Reviewers.
In the course of 2020, a total of 90 scientific papers were submitted to the review process of MM Science Journal. Due to recommendation of reviewers, 16 papers were returned for a larger-scope revision and later after re-work reviewed again and accepted for publication.
These 90 articles meeting high-demanding publication criteria have been published in five editions of the MM Science Journal. (Note: The number of articles was lower than in previous years due to the covid-19 pandemic.)
The authors were not only from the Czech Republic, but also from neighboring European countries as well as from Asia and other parts of the world.
The numbers above do not include the articles which, due to their poor quality and lack of scientific contribution, have not been accepted for review.