Dear Forensic Scientists,
We are here with the new issue of The Bulletin of Legal Medicine in 2017. We would like to thank you for your extensive interest and contributions to our journal. We are happy to announce that our application to DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) has been accepted and from now on, the Bulletin of Legal Medicine is indexed by DOAJ. We thank our valuable authors and reviewers for their contributions as the Editorial Board of the Bulletin of Legal Medicine.
We are sharing different studies in the forensic science area in the new issue of our journal. The Bulletin of Legal Medicine is an internationally qualified journal where it is punctually published and is scanned by Tübitak Ulakbim TR Index and international DOAJ databases. While sending your studies to our journal which is a scientific platform of the forensic sciences, we would like to ask you to upload your articles to the system in accordance with the journal writing rules and to add the DOI numbers of the references as well at the references section when applicable.
We wish to raise the eligibility of our journal higher by being aware of the fact that being scientific is the only way to build up a future for forensic sciences, and we wish to continue to be a common platform sharing the latest studies in Forensic Medicine and Forensic Science areas...
Prof. Dr. Halis Dokgöz
Copyright (c) 2017 Halis Dokgöz
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