International Journal of Recent Advances in science and technology [IJRAST] is an official peer-reviewed journal published quarterly, with a total of 4 issues a year. The journal aims to publish high quality scientific research in the field of science and technology. Original articles, review articles, short communications, and letters to the editor in science & technology are accepted.
All articles published in this journal represent the opinion of the authors and not reflect the official policy of the International Journal of Recent Advances in science and technology [IJRAST]. All papers are subjected to double blinded peer-review.
Scope of the Journal
International Journal of Recent Advances in science and technology [IJRAST] aims to explore the knowledge of advances in science and Technology. Articles with recent interest and implications will be given preference.
The journal publishes scientific papers from all specialties of related to advances in science and Technology. It invites manuscripts on original research, genuine clinical studies and case reports on unusual and interesting cases. Review articles on selected topics are also welcome.
The journal is proud to have such an international and diverse editorial board that will assist and facilitate the publications of articles which reflect a global view on health sciences, as well as emphasizing our focus on supporting the needs of health professionals. IJRAST will allow us to seek opportunities to work with others, who share our aim, and to enhance our work through partnership, and to uphold the standards of our profession and contribute to its advancement. We believe that in this way we can contribute to the development in science and Technology.
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