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: https://just.knust.edu.gh/
As of 2013 the Journal of Science & Technology is now fully open access.
Selection of Optimum Pouring Conditions for Improvement of Aluminium Alloy Castings in Ghana - P.Y. Andoh, F. Davis and G. Adablah
Prenatal Diagnosis and Genetic Characterization of Toxoplasmosis in Immunocompetent and Immunocompromised Pregnant Women and the Risk of Congenital Toxoplasmosis: A Prospective Study in Ghana – B. Singh, L. B. Debrah, G. I. Djameh and A. Y. Debrah
Glaucoma Awareness, Knowledge, and Eye-Care Seeking Behaviour Among First-Degree Relatives of Glaucoma Patients at a Regional Hospital in Ghana - P. M. Tchiakpe, F. Kwateng, E. J. Quainoo, M. Abdul-Kabir, I. Osei-Duah and H. O. Acheampong
Development of Convenient Cocoyam Pottage (Mpotompoto) – A. B. Kwakye, A. Boakye, F. D. Wireko-Manu and I. Oduro
Internet Addiction and Correlates Among Tertiary Students in a Sub-Saharan African Country – Case of KNUST, Ghana: A Follow Up Study – C. Amoah, N. Z. Somhlaba, F. E. Owusu-Ansah, E. O. A. Ansah and B. Amoah
Revenue Mobilisation by Local Governments in Ghana: The Potentials of Investment in Metal Souvenirs for Tourists – R. Adamtey, C. Amoako, D. Adamtey, B. Doe
Cooking Modulates the Antioxidant Activities of rhizomes of Zingiber officinale Rosco and Curcuma longa L – B. Oso, A. Adeyanju, D. Okonmah
Assessing Job Satisfaction of Public Universities in Ghana: A Case Study of KNUST - H. H Akosah, H. O. Akosah
The Money Demand Function: A Revisit Empirical Studies in Ghana Using the Nonlinear ARDL Approach - O. Adabor, E. Buabeng, J. Fosua