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  • Volume 1, Issue 1, April 2022

    On behalf of the Editorial Team and Reviewers, I am delighted to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of the African Scientific Reports (ASR) to the research community and the world at large. ASR, which is published by the Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences (NSPS), is peer-reviewed, open access, inter-and multidisciplinary scientific journal that is dedicated to expanding access to African research, increasing intra-African scientific collaboration, and building academic research capacity in Africa.  

    ASR came into existence after the first annual general meeting of NSPS, that was held in November 2021, where the members recommended that there is a need to expand or add to how Scientific research from the field of Natural Sciences, Medical Sciences and Engineering are disseminated to the research world aside from the existing Journal of Nigerian Society of Physical Sciences (JNSPS) which publishes research only in the field of physical sciences.

    This maiden edition includes five (5) articles, majorly from Natural sciences. All papers submitted for publication in this first issue went through a rigorous peer review process from anonymous reviewers. This issue would be useful to researchers and practitioners working in the related areas and as well to the public interested in Natural sciences, Medical Sciences and Engineering. 

    I hope you will agree that all articles are fine additions to the various fields to which they contribute.

    Tolulope Latunde, PhD
    Department of Mathematics, 
    Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
    Editor-in-Chief, ASR

     

  • Volume 1, Issue 2, August 2022

    On behalf of the Editorial Board, I am pleased to announce the publication of the second issue in the first volume of African Scientific Reports (ASR). The promotion of this journal would not have been attainable without the significant contributions of the Editorial team and reviewers.

    I wish to inform our readers that we have been able to secure the ISSN (Print) 2955-1625 and ISSN (Online) 2955-1617 for this journal. Due to this improvement, the journal has now been indexed in Crossref, and all articles would now have their corresponding DOIs. This would pave the ways for more indexing in reputable databases, which would help the general growth of the journal.

    This issue includes articles from the areas of mathematical sciences, physics, chemistry and electrical engineering. The African Scientific Reports continues to seek to publish new research on all aspects of Natural Sciences, Medical Sciences and Engineering.


    Tolulope Latunde, PhD
    Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
    Editor-in-Chief, ASR