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Aims and Scope of the Transactions on Science and Technology

Transactions on Science and Technology is a peer-reviewed and an independent journal devoted to the prompt publication of original article, technical note, review, special issue and symposium articles resulting from research in science and technology. Articles in research area that includes basic science disciplines which are Physics, Chemistry, Biology, as well as Mathematics and Statistics, and their applications in technology that comprises Information and Communication, and Engineering, are welcomed.

As the global challenges of today and the future are getting more complicated and therefore require multidisciplinary research approach for solutions, we also welcome papers that incorporte all science disciplines and technologies that may offer holistic solution to the issues of concern. To further progress in science and technology, scientific knowledge and technological knowhow must be disseminated and taught especially in learning institutions. Accordingly, paper on dissemination methods of scientific knowledge and technological components in all educational levels, and efforts on improving them are welcomed.

As science and technology are very important in human advancement and progress, papers on their impact to human and society which include the impact on economic matters are also accepted.

The Transactions on Science and Technology journal uses a single-blind review process where our reviewer can see the author details but not in reverse. Complete removal of authors’ information from their manuscript might be impossible as they might be needed in the objective of a manuscript. This is especially when the manuscript is a continuation from their previous investigations. Therefore, we allow the author to provide, as much as possible, information and background of their research which might be beneficial to all parties.

In addition, we welcome well-described piece of information, including
1. Data and/or a plot with detail description.
2. Discussion of a new method or new instrumentation.
3. Negative results with critical argument.
4. Concept or design studies that are well discussed.
5. New addition.
6. New report.
6. Short report.

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