Anchor University Journal of Science and Technology (AUJST) being a multi-disciplinary journal in line with the current global research trend is intended as a medium for communication/dissemination of important issues on scientific and technological activities. Beside full length research articles and shorter research communications, the journal publishes review articles, survey articles, scientific correspondence and commentaries. Some of the special areas of interest of AUJST includes (but not limited to) all areas of computing, biology, microbiology, biotechnology, mathematics, statistics, physics, electronics, chemistry, biochemistry, remote sensing, waves and symmetry, global seismology, nanomaterials, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, molecular biology of ageing, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, global monsoon, water, transport, weather forecasting and other related subjects. The journal also accepts articles on novel Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teaching methodologies.
English language is the accepted language for submission of manuscripts to AUJST. The manuscript should be formatted in MS Word, typewritten in Times New Roman (12 point font size) and double-spaced on A4 leaving 1” wide margin on all sides. Latin names should be in italics, and S.I. units should be used for measurements or quantifications.
This contains the manuscript title and authors’ information. The title must be brief and should reflect the content of the paper. The surnames followed by initials of the authors and their affiliations are stated. The e-mails and phone numbers of the corresponding author should be provided.
An abstract of not more than 250 words should be provided. It should be structured as follows: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions. This is followed by up to five (5) keywords.
This section gives the background of the study, and sufficient references are properly made to earlier works. Justification and purpose of the present study should as well be stated.
This section describes detailed experimental procedure which may allow for reproducibility; that is, hypothesis, techniques and equipment.
Results and discussion may be combined in a section or given separately. Results may be presented using either Tables or Figures. The discussion should present the significance and implications of the results, relating the results to previous works properly cited.