Revue de L'academie des Sciences du Cameroun The Journal of the Cameroon Academy of Sciences is a multi-disciplinary publication devoted to all aspects of fundamental and applied research. It also publishes topical reviews on science and technology in development, arts, humanities and culture.

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The following Sections will appear in regular numbers of the Journal:
- Biological Sciences Section ( Botany/Plant Science, Zoology/Animal Science, Agricultural Sciences, Biomedical and Clinical Sciences, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Immunology)
- Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences Section (Pure and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Geology/ Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences)
- Arts and Social Sciences Section (Languages, Literature, Linguistics, History, Law, Philosophy, Policy Sciences, Economics, Management Sciences , Sociology, Science of Education)
-Other sections and disciplines may be added after due authorization by the Executive Council of CAS.

Published: 2024-03-11

Formulation of category-2 hypoglycemic Improved Traditional Medicines from selected Cameroonian medicinal plants: Mangifera indica, Persea americana and Ageratum conyzoides

Golda Lum Shu, Denis Zofou, Achidi Aduni Ufuan, Gisele Etame Loe, Josepha Foba-Tendo, Ebane Ndode Mesue, Mukete Patrick Dioh, Clautilde Teugwa Mofor, F. Pascal T. Manfo, Jules-Clement N. Assob, Vincent P.K. Titanji


The UV-Vis spectrophotometric studies of natural dye absorption on a Sida-rhombifolia/Cotton blended fabric

Nkemaja Dydimus Efeze, Ngalle Linda, Mejouyo Paul Huisken, Bitoh Evodia Ndifor, Ebenezer Njeugna, K. Murugesh Babu


Mineralogical, geochemical, and physico-mechanical features of Bidzar (North Cameroon) termite mound materials and its suitability in producing fired bricks with marble powder additive

Roger Firmin Donald Ntouala, Brondon Ebeedom Ndjankoum, Estelle Ndome-Priso, Marie Therese Nanga Binel, Vincent Laurent Onana, Georges Emmanuel Ekodeck


Science Diplomacy in West and Central Africa: State, Trends and Patterns

David A. Mbah, Madiagne Diallo, Magellan Guewo-Fokeng


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Journal Identifiers

eISSN: 2617-3948
print ISSN: 2617-393X