Name of Journal: Indus Journal of Science (IJS)
Journal Frequency: 2 Issues Per Year
The copyright for the Indus Journal of Science is held by the publisher, Bentham Science Publishers BV. This means that the publisher has the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, and create derivative works of the journal's content. The authors of the articles retain the moral rights to their work, such as the right to be credited as the author of the work and the right to object to derogatory treatment of the work.
The publisher's copyright policy is available on the journal's website. The policy states that the authors grant the publisher a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to publish, reproduce, distribute, translate, and create derivative works of the articles. The authors also grant the publisher the right to archive the articles in electronic databases.
The publisher's copyright policy also states that the authors may reproduce their articles for their own personal use or for use in their own classrooms or institutions. However, the authors may not reproduce their articles for commercial purposes without the publisher's permission.
If you want to reproduce or distribute an article from the Indus Journal of Science, you must obtain permission from the publisher. You can find the publisher's contact information on the journal's website.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind about copyright and publishing rights for journal articles: