Author Guidelines

Article template (download)


Dear Author!

For paper publication in the journal Krasnoyarsk Science submit correctly performed manuscript with all the accompanying documents through PERSONAL ACCOUNT online.


Article title should be meaningful, non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided.

Key words list should reflect the subject matter of research. It is unacceptable to use general terms (e.g. problem, decision) which are not the specific characteristics of the publication.

Abstract provided by the author should be extended. Abstract should summarize the purpose of the paper, its novelty, main results.

Typical abstract structure:

  • Background;
  • Materials and/or methods;
  • Results;
  • Conclusion.

Methods in abstract are only listed. Results are described highly accurately and meaningfully. Main theoretical and experimental results, actual data, detected relations and common factors are provided. Upon that new results and findings are preferred which in the author's opinion are of practical importance. Limits of accuracy and reliability of data should be pointed out. Findings can come with recommendations, assessments, suggestion proposed in the article.

Full paper should be structured in sections. Structure of the full paper presenting results of the original research should meet common standards and contain the following sections: introduction (relevance), purpose and objectives, materials and methods, results, conclusion, discussion.

Additional information

Conflict of Interest. All authors are requested to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest regarding the manuscript. Conflict of interest is considered to be any situation (including financial relationships, employment or work in organizations having financial or political interest in the submitted materials, work-related duties, etc.) that could inappropriately influence the author of the manuscript and lead to data concealment, deviation or misinterpretation. Conflict of interest is not the reason for refusal to publish the article. Although, in case editorial staff reveals any actual or potential conflict of interest that has been withheld by authors, they may refuse to consider and publish the manuscript.

Sponsorship Information. It is required to identify the sources of financial support for the research studies, as well as for the publication process of the article (fund, commercial or state organization, private person, etc.). It is not required to specify the amount of financing.

Acknowledgments. All people and organizations other than authors may be acknowledged for their contribution to publication of the article in the journal.

References. Bibliographic references (post-article reference list) should be listed from new line each in numerical order. For more detailed rules of referencing please visit our special section «Referencing guide».

Tables should be inserted in the text of the article, have numbered heading and well-shaped columns, convenient and clear for reading. Data in tables should correspond to numbers in the text, but they shouldn’t duplicate its information. Ensure that all tables are mentioned in the text.

Figures should be contrast and sharp. Each figure should be placed in the text and followed by numbered descriptive captions below. Ensure that all figures are mentioned in the text.

Accompanying documents. Submitting the manuscript to the Editorial office it is also necessary to upload files with scanned copies of filled and attested accompanying documents (preferred as *.pdf, *.jpg files). Accompanying documents include cover letter from author’s place of employment with the seal and CEO signature, as well as all co-authors’ signatures (for each organization mentioned in the manuscript separate cover letter is required).

Filling of on-line form. For successful articles indexing in national and international databases while submitting manuscripts through PERSONAL ACCOUNT it is required to fill in the detailed metadata (name of the organization where authors of the manuscript are employed, detailed information about their place of work and position held, manuscript title, abstract, key words, name of the sponsoring organization).

Articles which don’t meet the submission requirements won’t be accepted for consideration.


Requirements for the articles to be published

Volume of the manuscript
7-24 pages А4 format, including tables, figures, references
all margins –20 mm each
Main text font
Times New Roman
Main text size
14 pt
Line spacing
1.5 interval
First line indent
1,25 cm
Text align
Automatic hyphenation
turned on
Page numbering
turned off
in formula processor MS Equation 3.0
in the text
References to a formula
References to the sources

[2, p.5], references are given in a single list at the end of the manuscript


Article structure requirements

TITLE (in English)

Author(s): surname and initials (in English)

Abstract (in English)
Keywords: separated with semicolon (in English)

Text of the article (in English)

1. Introduction.
2. Objective.
3. Materials and methods.
4. Results of the research and Discussion.
5. Conclusion.
6. Conflict of interest information.
7. Sponsorship information.
8. Acknowledgments.


References text type should be Chicago Manual of Style

Surname, first name (and patronymic) in full, job title, academic degree, academic title
Full name of the organization – place of employment (or study) without compound parts of the organizations’ names, full registered address of the organization in the following sequence: street, building, city, postcode, country
E-mail address 



Scopus Author ID:

We appreciate in advance your careful attention to the requirements rendered hereunder. We hope for effective co-operation!


Reference list should include bibliographic data about all publications cited in the article, but should not include those which are not cited in the text. References are given in a single list at the end of the manuscript in the order in which they appear in the text. Bibliographic references in the text of the article are given in square brackets. If a certain block of text is cited then its source number given in the reference list and the page of the citation should be indicated. Information is separated with comma. E.g., [10, с. 81]. 



The reference list should include 20 sources at least. This requirement provides that previous scientific achievements were used for research in reasonable extent.

The reference list should be performed in accordance with the journal requirements using Chicago Manual of Style format.

Minimum half of the references should be presented in one of the leading citation indexes:

- Web of Science:;

- Scopus:;

- Russian Science Citation Index:

When choosing the source it is recommended to consider its openness. It is desirable that papers were available online (including printed sources). The most accurate identification of articles in journals can be achieved if one indicates a unique identifier which is used by most foreign journals for identification of their article (Digital Object Identifier – DOI). If the article is indexed in DOI system, it is advisable to indicate its identifier in the reference list.

It is advisable that references should be relevant. The recommended quantity of contemporary references (not older than 10 years) on articles from scientific journals is 15 at least.

References to author's publications should be limited - no more than 30% in list.

Bibliographic reference structure in the Reference list


The most basic entry for a book consists of the author's name, the title of the book, publisher city, publisher name, and the year of publication.

Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. Publisher City: Publisher Name, Year Published, Page Numbers.


Brown, Dan. The DaVinci Code. New York: Scholastic, 2004, pp. 45-49.

Journals, digests:

The most basic entry for a magazine consists of the author name(s), article title, and magazine name.

Last Name, First Name. Article Title. Journal Name, Year Published, Volume Number, Issue Number, Page Numbers. 


Kaplin V.V., Uglov S.R., Bulaev O.F., Goncharov V.J., Voronin A.A., Piestrup M.A. Tunable, monochromatic x rays using the internal beam of a betatron. Applied Physics Letters, 2002, vol. 80, no. 18, pp. 3427-3429.

Swaminathan V., Lepkoswka-White E., Rao B.P. Browsers or buyers in cyberspace? Journal of Computer - Mediated Communication, 1999, vol. 5, no. 2. (accessed February 7, 2011).

Online sources, registered in international DOI system, should be cited similar to printed sources with indication of its DOI without a point after it. In this case URL is not included because DOI enables precise object identification in databases, unlike with URL which can be changed.

D'Addato A.V. Secular trends in twinning rates. Journal of biosocial science, 2007, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 147–151. doi:10.1017/s0021932006001337