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Managing Editor ARPN

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Registered: 11/12/11
Call for Papers (CFP)
Posted: Nov 12, 2011 7:37 AM
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> =========================================================
> ARPN Journal of Science and Technology
> Call for Papers (Vol. 2 No. 1) January 2011
> http://www.ejournalofscience.org
> =========================================================


Dear Sir/ Madam,
ARPN Journal of Science and Technology is an international, open-
access journal that publishes research intensive articles , scientific
manuscripts and survey based contributions focusing all aspects of
science and Technology. The objective of this journal is to bring
together research fellows from academia and professional practitioners
from industry to enlighten the latest topics of interest and building
long lasting collaborations.

We welcome original research and industry experience papers.
Contributions should be written for one of the following categories:

Original research
Literature Review / Systematic Literature Review
Short Articles on ongoing research
Preliminary Findings
Technical Reports / Notes

Results previously published in conferences and/or journals may be
submitted as extended versions. All accepted research paper papers
will be published free of cost. For further details, please visit:

http://www.ejournalofsciences.org

You are requested to circulate this message among your colleagues and
college/university fellows.

Sincerely Yours,
Editor
ARPN Journal of Science and Technology
URL: http://ejournalofscience.org
E-mail:editor@ejournalofscience.org



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