PROMOTING ACCESS TO AFRICAN RESEARCH

Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana)

Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads.

Remember me or Register

Journal Homepage Image

The Journal of Science and Technology (JUST) aims principally at publishing articles resulting from original research whether pure or applied in the various aspects of academic endeavour broadly classified as Science (Physical, Biological and Chemical), Humanities and Technology. It aims at serving the academic community. Manuscripts submitted for publication in JUST should be between 1,500 and 5,000 words or between 6 and 20 pages long when typed in double spacing including tables and figures. The abstract should maintain a maximum of 250 words.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.knust.edu.gh/pages/index.php?siteid=just

As of 2013 the Journal of Science & Technology is now fully open access.


Vol 36, No 1 (2016): SPECIAL EDITION

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT Open Access  DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT Subscription or Fee Access

Table of Contents

Articles

Aerobic bacteria in safe type chronic suppurative otitis media in Gezira State, Sudan EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
M. Elmustafa, M. A. Yousif, W. N. Osman, O. M. Elmustafa 1-6
Wastewater use in urban agriculture: an exposure and risk assessment in Accra, Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
P. Antwi Agyei, J. Ensink 7-14
Defluorination of drinking water using surfactant modified zeolites EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
E. A. Donkor, R. Buamah, B. Kwakye Awuah 15-21
Water, sanitation and hygiene in community based care: implications for wellbeing for people living with HIV/AIDS/TB in Durban, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
C. Mulopo, O. Akintola 22-28
Diagnosis of tuberculosis in a high TB-HIV environment using microscopy and culture: The example of Kakiika Prison-Kyamugorani, Mbarara, Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
M. Mpeirwe, S. P. Rugera, Y Boum II 29-32
Preliminary monitoring of faecal indicator organisms of surface water: A case study of Mvudi River, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
J. N. Edokpayi, J. A. Odiyo, T. A.M. Msagati, N. Potgieter 33-37
Using GIS for spatial exploratory analysis of borehole data: a firsthand approach towards groundwater development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
C. Gyamfi, J. M. Ndambuki, P. Y. Diabene, G. E. Kifanyi, C. R. Githuku, A. Alexander 38-48


Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana).   ISSN: 0855-0395
AJOL African Journals Online