About the Journal

WAS Science Nature (WASSN)  (ISSN: 2766-7715) is a comprehensive PEER-REVIEWED journal aiming to proceed science-society interactions . The open access strategy offers increased vulnerability of the research and help in dissemination of research results, as well. We believe that all accurate scientific results have to be published and disseminated by being freely accessible to all.


WAS Science Nature (WASSN) journal publishes multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed research. WASSN accepts research in all subject areas of science, medicine, engineering, technology, social sciences and humanities. The submitted manuscripts are evaluated on the basis of high ethical standards, accurate methodology, scientific and perceived novelty.

Types of articles: 

Original research that contributes to the base of scientific knowledge, including interdisciplinary, replication studies, and negative or null results.
Systematic reviews whose methods ensure the comprehensive and unbiased sampling of existing literature.
Qualitative research that adheres to appropriate study design and reporting guidelines.
Other submissions that describes methods, software, databases, or other tools that if they follow the appropriate reporting guidelines.

Open Access Statement

WASSN is a peer-reviewed open-access journal. This implies that every content is available for free. Without previous permission from the author or publisher, users or institutions may read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles or use them for any other legal purpose. 

WASSN Journal publications are supervised by an editorial board comprised of subject-matter experts who offer technical commentary on the contents, thus attracting new authors and promoting submissions.

The editorial board, or (editorial) advisory board, has the following responsibilities:

  • Review papers that have been submitted.
  • Provide guidance on the journal's policy and scope.
  • Assess that the contributions are unique.
  • Identify special issues on which they may serve as guest editors.
  • Increase the number of authors and submissions.
  • Providing guidance on publishing ethics.
  • They may submit some of their own work to the journal for consideration.
  • Members of the editorial board are chosen by the journal's editor(s).

Every two years, the editorial board members are verified and evaluated. Depending on their actions, some of them may be promoted to new positions, some may resign, and others may be deleted from the list. A doctorate degree is required of the editor-in-chief.