Article Copyright aims to protect the specific way the article has been written to describe an experiment and the results. NJE is committed to its authors to protect and defend their work and their reputation and takes allegations of infringement, plagiarism, ethic disputes and fraud very seriously.
If an author becomes aware of a possible plagiarism, fraud or infringement we suggest he/she alerts contact NJE contact who can then liaise with our in-house legal department.
How copyright works here
- Authors sign a publishing agreement where they will have copyright but grant broad publishing and distribution rights to the publisher, including the right to publish the article on NJE’s online platforms.
- The author chooses an end user license under which readers can use and share the article.
- NJE makes the article available online with the author’s choice of end user license.