The Journal accepts, review and publish scholarly articles that contribute to knowledge from Science field, Management and Technology discipline. The mission of JSMT is to bring improvement in the socio-economic environment, contemporary political discourse, science education and technological innovation in the modern society. The JSMT identifies potential processes, tools, techniques and applications for the development of humanities and provides insightful analysis about those factors that affect ICTs for human development initiatives. Proposing strategies to both governance and technology transfer in organizations for progressive enablement meant to address future educational challenges. Two types of papers are published in the Journal: Research Papers and Review Papers. It is intended that in a research paper, the original material should permit conclusion to be drawn and should not be of a purely preliminary nature. On the other hand, a review paper should critically assess the subject matter under consideration and provide the reader with a thorough review of the particular subject area based on the use of contemporary relevant published literature. The editorial team of the journal recognizes the publications are important to the authors who wish to publish the result of their research work. Typically, the journal would publish accepted articles within six months of acceptance after the peer-review process. All rights reserved. No part of the journal may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or any means without the prior written permission of the publisher: Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic Kazaure. It is also a condition of publication in the journal that manuscripts submitted have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Also, upon acceptance of any manuscripts to be published in the journal, the author(s) have transferred copy right of the manuscripts to the publisher (Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic Kazaure).

Published: 2024-05-09

Artificial Neural Network Algorithm in Nutritional Assessment: Implication for Machine Learning Prediction in Nutritional Assessments in Strict Veganism

Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew, Lateef Olawale Fatai, Temitope Samson Adekunle, Ajibola Olaosebikan Waliu, Matthew Abiola Oladipupo, Godwin Nse Ebong


Advances and Challenges in IoT Sensors Data Handling and Processing in Environmental Monitoring Networks

Sruthi Sathyamoorthy, Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew, Temitope Samson Adekunle, Nwamaka U. Okafor


Effect of Mixture of Aqueous and Methanolic Extracts of Momordica Balsamina on Albino Rat Induced

Haruna A. Danyaya, Abdallah S. Akun, Fowotade A. Sulayman, Hamisu Abdu


Environmental Health Ecosystem Sustainability: Implication of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) Induced Hydrogen Peroxide Formation in the Human Cells

Kafayat Motomori Bakare, Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew, Emmanuel Adebola Adebanjo, Lateef Olawale Fatai, Godwin Nse Ebong, David Oyekunle


Enhancing Precision Irrigation with IoT-enabled Water Management Mobile App

Udeani Henrietta Uchenna, Okey Daniel Ogobuchi, Udo Ekikere Umoren, Ndukwe Ihuoma Chineme, Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew


Therapeutic Approaches to Immunotherapy Induced Chronic Inflammatory Diseases

Emmanuel Adebola Adebanjo, Kafayat Motomori Bakare, Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew, Lateef Olawale Fatai, Anyigbo Ujunwa Precious


Investigation on Effect of Partially Shaded Photovoltaic System

Musefiu Aderinola, Adamu Saidu Abubakar, Abdullahi Bala Kunya


Device to Device Communication Using Optimized Frequency Spectrum Reuse (OFSR) in Multi-Layered Cellular Network

Ugochukwu Okwudili Matthew, Musefiu Aderinola, Isiaka Shuaibu, Jazuli S. Kazaure, John Ohabuiro, Ogobuchi Okey Daniel, Ubochi C. Nwamouh


Green Building Strategies and Material Selection for Hot-Dry Climatic Conditions of North-Western Nigeria: A Delphi Approach

A.A. Yakub, Abubakar Ahmad, AbdulFatai Oyebode Salawu, Shuaibu Danladi Gimba, Abdulhakim Adelayo Jolaoye, Zaidu Musa Zaidu


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