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Jaunųjų mokslininkų darbai
Journal of Young Scientists

Publishing House: VšĮ Šiaulių universiteto leidykla
Frequency: irregular and other
Print ISSN: 1648-8776
Status: Later issues not available

  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • Issue No. 1(5)
  • Issue No. 2(6)
  • Issue No. 3 (7)
  • Issue No. 1(8)
  • Issue No. 2(9)
  • Issue No. 3(10)
  • Issue No. 1(12)
  • Issue No. 2(13)
  • Issue No. 3(14)
  • Issue No. 4(15)
  • Issue No. 5(16)
  • Issue No. 1(17)
  • Issue No. 2(18)
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Short Description

The journal “Jaunujų mokslininkų darbai” has been published since 2003. It is designed for publishing papers on research projects carried out by junior academic staff (age limit 35): junior researchers, PhDs, university teachers, PhD students, students in a Master’s degree programs. The journal has 3 issues per year – in June, October and December. 2 issues include papers on social sciences and humanities, 1 – on other sciences. The journal “Jaunujų mokslininkų darbai” aims at fostering the activities of junior researchers and establishing favourable conditions to advance and disseminate scientific ideas based on applied research, research notes, experiments and logical interpretation of the latest statistical data. The journal welcomes papers, in which the analysis of the latest scientific literature and the description of experiments carried out on the account of junior researchers or under the supervision of senior academic staff are provided and in this way an opportunity to participate in discussions on the issues related to research work and in the exchange of opinions on the relevance of the research works of the academic community to its immediate environment, region and state is given. The editorial board of significant researchers and scholars unreservedly cooperate with and motivate junior academic staff in their research and creative activities providing suggestions and assistance in the submission of papers and the development of systemic approach towards the issues of empirical research. The editorial objective is to publish papers comparable in their quality, topicality, novelty and originality to those published in world-famous scholarly journals.