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Index is a free platform for academics, researchers, publications, institutions, and universities. This tool allows you to do a systematic search for international journals, publishers, and research articles using filters. The platform was created with the idea that researchers want a single platform that can deliver real information from all sorts of publications as well as indexing details. Because some people operate journals that do not complete their work on a regular basis, some journals have strong indexing but a less attentive crew to reply. As a result, this site operates in two dimensions: one for journal information and the other for published papers.

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  • Experimental investigation of tensile, flexural and hardness properties of polyester resin echinatus fiber reinforced composite material April 13, 2024
    Nowadays, composites made of plant-based fibers may be used to polymer resin synthetic fiber reinforced composites since they are less expensive, renewable, abundant, less abrasive, and lightweight. Echinatus fiber obtained from the stem of the echinatus plant in an abundant amount. The main objective of this study was to develop echinatus polyester-resin fiber reinforced composite […]
    Belete Ambachew Mekonen
  • Sputtering of high entropy alloys thin films: An overview April 12, 2024
    For the past 19 years, high entropy alloys (denoted as HEAs) have piqued the interest of many researchers due to their unique properties. Sputtering High Entropy Alloys on bulk materials, on the other hand, have been widely utilized due to their low cost of manufacture. This paper reviews the most recent trends and advancements in […]
    S.S. Oladijo
  • Machine learning identification of Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains from colony image data April 10, 2024
    When grown on agar surfaces, microbes can produce distinct multicellular spatial structures called colonies, which contain characteristic sizes, shapes, edges, textures, and degrees of opacity and color. For over one hundred years, researchers have used these morphology cues to classify bacteria and guide more targeted treatment of pathogens. Advances in genome sequencing technology have revolutionized […]
    Jennifer B. Rattray
  • Developing Biocontrol Strategies for the Management of Set rot Disease of Sugarcane under Wider Row Planting January 17, 2024
    Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) is one of the economically valuable agricultural crops grown worldwide in tropical and subtropical areas mainly for their sugar source. Among the 110 sugarcane cultivated countries, India and Brazil contribute half of global production [1]. During the period of last five decades the production, productivity and sugarcane recovery has also shown […]
    K. Yamunarani
  • Response of Integrated Nutrient Management on Crop Productivity and Soil Fertility under Rice–Wheat Cropping System in Chhattisgarh Plain Agro-Climatic Zone January 10, 2024
    The study was conducted during 2016-2019 at farmer’s field under the Farmer FIRST Project (FFP), JNKVV-College of Agriculture, Balaghat, Madhya Pradesh, to assess the impact of integrated nutrient management on crop productivity, soil nutrient balance, and the economics of the rice-wheat cropping systems. Application of 75% NPK + 2.5 t vermicompost/ha + biofertilizers (BGA & […]
    A. K. Shrivastava
  • Enhancing Awareness of Diclofenac as an Over-the-Counter Analgesic in the Northern Border Region of Saudi Arabia January 5, 2024
    Introduction: Diclofenac was identified by the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee of the European Medicines Agency as a high-risk NSAID in terms of its effects on the heart and circulation when administered systemically, i.e. capsules, tablets or injections. Objective: To evaluate the knowledge and awareness about over the counter analgesic medication (Diclofenac) among people living in […]
    Seham Zaid Alshammari
  • Adaptogenic Botanicals with Emphasis on Rhodiola rosea and Withania somnifera January 5, 2024
    This review addresses the issue of plant adaptogens, botanical products with remarkable anti-stress effects. These actions result from its ability to increase the non-specific organism's resistance process against multiple stressors (physical, chemical or biological). They are capable of exerting a normalizing effect on the human body, being both non-toxic effects and not influencing normal organic […]
    Rubén P. Machín
  • Tillage Effects on Soil Moisture and Sulfur use Efficiency by Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) on Vertisol of North Ethiopia January 5, 2024
    Sesame, produced in Humera is among the highest quality seeds grown in Ethiopia and even in the world. However, its productivity is by far less than the production potential due to nutrient depletion, moisture stress and lack of crop response to applied fertilizer. An experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of tillage practices and […]
    Hailemariam Abrha
  • Dissemination of Integron Class 1 among XDR isolates of P. aeruginosa in Najaf City January 5, 2024
    Background: Integrons are gene capture systems observed in chromosomes, plasmids, and transposons, where identified and capture multiple gene cassettes. Integerons are consists of 3 elements: the initial is integrase gene (int1) encoding integrase enzyme (int1), which is essential to insertion or deletion of specific site. The second element is attI as integron-connected recombination site. The […]
    Alaa Hamza Jaber Al-Jelehawy
  • The Role and Impact of STEM Education on Nigeria's Progress January 5, 2024
    Most people regard advancement as a social change of society that aims to improve the economic, social, and material well-being of most individuals to achieve dominance. This article acknowledges that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education promotes national growth and advancement. It looked at STEM education's role and impact in advancing Nigeria. The article […]
    Esther C. Oyeniran