Authors submitting manuscripts to the journal "Biomics" agree to the following:

Authors retain copyright and grant the journal the right to first publish their work, which, after 6 months after the publication, is automatically licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which allows others to distribute this work with the mandatory preservation of links to the authors of the original work and the original publication in this journal.

In its activities, the editorial board of the journal "Biomics" follows the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics.

All editorial staff is responsible for disclosing any information about the received manuscript to third parties. The editorial board of the journal requires reviewers not to distribute in any way and not to use the materials or ideas of the manuscripts for their own personal purposes or for any kind of personal / financial gain. When any ethical complaint is submitted or a conflict situation is identified regarding a submitted manuscript or published article, the editorial board guarantees that every report of unethical behavior will be considered, even if it was received years after the publication.

Reviewers are also required to be objective and impartial when reviewing manuscripts. Situations that potentially lead to a conflict of interest and violate the principle of impartiality may include joint employment/research/production, the presence of joint grants/scholarships, family linkage, membership in competing research groups. The reviewer is obliged to inform the editorial board of the journal and refuse to review the manuscript if there is any potential conflict of interest.