ABOUT THE AIMS Research Journal
The Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific (AIMS) Research Journal is an International Inter-disciplinary Journal of The Multidisciplinary Research Group of the International Centre for Information Technology & Development, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA. The Journal focuses especially on promoting multidisciplinary and inter-tertiary research in Africa and among Africans while also welcoming submissions from all other parts of the world. AIMS publishes original articles, short articles, position papers, technical papers and extended version of papers presented at Conferences globally. As an open access, peer-reviewed, and fully refereed journal, the AIMS Research Journal focuses on theories, methods and applications in all areas and fields of human endeavor. The AIMS Research Journal promotes multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, collaborative and inter-tertiary research as a holistic approach to the application of knowledge in solving human capital and global research and development challenges. The Journal accepts Research Articles/Papers, Case Studies, Empirical Research, Survey Studies, Theoretical Papers, Position Papers, Experimental Design Papers, Technical Reports & Short Communication. Articles are freely available for download online. Reproduction rights for hard copy prints is grated to the Creative Research & Technology Evaluation Networks and other African Partner Research Affiliates. .
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Scope & Coverage
Authors are invited to submit scientific and research articles, technical reports, position papers and review papers that are multidisciplinary in nature in all areas of science, technology, arts, magamenet, business, social sciences, health sciences, envronmental sciences, agriculture, engineering, humanities and all other domain of research or study. Papers/Article submission are accepted on rolling basis. All articles are subjected to a rigorous peer review process. The following forms of articles are also acceptable to the AIMS Research Jornal- *Research Articles/Papers *Case Studies *Empirical Research *Survey Studies *Theoretical Papers *Position Papers *Experimental Design Papers * Technical Reports & * Short Communication. Both online and hard copy publications and produced.
Abstracting, Indexing & Databases
The AIMS Research Journal is Indexed in the following databases
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International Society of Indexing
Index Scientific Journal (Processing)
African Quality Centre for Journals (Processing)
ISI Impact Factor - 1.455
Frequency - Minimum 4 Issues per year
Subject Category- Multidisciplinary
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-Vol 5 No 4 - December 2019 Series -
Okonkwo, V.O. & Okaka, C. E.
Department of Biology
Nwafor Orizu College of Education
Nsugbe, Anambra State, Nigeria
Ugwu, G & Ayiwe, M.
Dept of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Federal University of Petroleum Resources
Effurun, Delta State, Nigeria.
Vol 5, No 3, September 2019 Edition
Brimah, A.B., Adeyemi, K.S. & Gbadeyan, R.A.
DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/V5N3P1
Ugwu, E.A. & Ezekwe, C.G.
Download Article - DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/V5N3P2
Aduloju, E.I., Omachi A. B. & Olagunju, I.O.
Anietie E. Udo & Augustine M. Imikan
Ayanlowo, O.B. PhD
Oladosu, J. B. & Adegbite, O.
Rufai, M., Sodiq K.A. , Lawal O.L. , Okikiola F.M. & Onadokun I.O.
Sodiq,K.A., Saliu L.A., Otapo A.T. , Abdulraheem A. & Onadokun I.O.
Cecilia Omowumi Oguntoye& Boladale Sakariyu
Albert M. F, Olatinwo B. O, Olayemi O. O, Alalade T. A. Agbolade O. O. & H.K Ayuba.
Vol 5, No 2, June 2019 Edition
Evolution of Settlement Pattern in Otigba Computer Village, Lagos State and its Challenges to Urban Planning
S.J. Chen, T.V. Ogunnubi, A.O. Onakoya, P.O Yakubu, O.S. Akpan & C.B Nwabufo
Download Article - DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/V5N2P1
Biometric Security Identification System for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in North-East Nigeria
Musa I. Umar, Deborah U. Ebem & Groupson-Paul Okechukwu
Download Article - DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/V5N2P2
The Relationship Between Poverty, Creativity and Innovation: A Poverty Model of Creativity and Innovation
Abdulkareem K.K. Hauwah
Download Article - DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/V5N2P.......
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