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ISSN 1013-5316 : CODEN : SINTE 8
PUBLISHED BY: Publications International Lahore, Pakistan

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Research Terminates at Infinity.

Knowledge has no limits:

 Though, research at higher level has assumed immeasurable dimensions with its classification into different fields of study, yet , there are matters of mutual interest to give a comprehensive treatment to the subject under investigation. In surmounting the problems in respective areas of research, one is invariably forced to encroach other disciplines. There are a number of instances of joint ventures, involving scientists from divergent fields of study, to develop consensus to conclude. In the strict sense, research at the top level has resisted  to have been colonized or survived in isolation. The alliance of natural, life and social sciences has provided new dimensions leading to a new era of interactions between man and nature. Nature has always been compromising whenever man intellectually approached to share its secrets.

 For example,

Study in genetics, has impact on a number of physical and biological sciences.

Research in crystallography is extensively applied by physicists, chemists and chemical engineers etc. alike.
Computer simulation is matter of universal interest. Environmental studies has motivated almost all the sectors of science to share responsibilities in the wake of growing pollution.
The kind of forum, thus, contemplated by the science international is aimed at  providing common room to scholars, from various fields of pure and applied sciences for direct communication. The cross breeding of ideas certainly helps in the exploration of new avenues in the world of science..




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Visit the link below for COVID 19 map
Appallingly and Unjustifiably Revisiting the Scientific Proceedings Concerning the COVID-19—A Massive Slip-Up All-along!
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News:// COVID Alert-Note// AOPDA The first methodological baselines engrossed annotation-broadsheet with reference to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has recently been emerged as the foremost inquiry-bound way-out propositional framework to address the research-centered needs of the global emergency.

Developed by the P.I. of Asia-Oceania Post-Doctoral Academia (AOPDA), the annotation-broadsheet has been made available to the World Health Organization, the governments, the research-oriented academic segments and other quarters of relevance.

The 1st schema-protocol broadsheet COVID-RR marks a major breakthrough in the persistently devastative scenario-in-effect ongoing from December 2019 and unceasingly overpassing the cross-continental and cross-oceanic boundaries around the globe.

The methodological and propositional research-schema centered annotation-broadsheet encompasses the condensed schematic way-out overview in a brief and engrossed graphic representation.

Precisely titled as ‘COVID-19 risk reduction (COVID-RR) Schematic Overview’ by AOPDA’s P.I Professor Aurangzeb Hafi, the annotation-broadsheet was presented from the author’s workstation in Pakistan on 3/23/2020 for the academic considerations. After a thorough review analysis and experts’ opinion on the subject, A.Z.H. Model of COVID-19 risk reduction (COVID-RR) along the broadsheet was aired by the midnight of 24th. A video / audio brief of the schema-outline is scheduled to be aired shortly.

The research-oriented institutional fora, the governments and other policy-making segments are highly encouraged to incorporate their perspicacity to further the goal, as well as to employ the proposed COVID-RR schema—whenever and wherever needed, in order to serve the suffering humanity during one of the critical most hours of need!














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(ISSN 1013-5316, CODEN: SINTE 8, ISI Indexed Journal)


32(2), 2020

Science International feels privileged to have introduced a section for a special issue under the Title:

‘The Role of Science and Engineering in Mitigating Climate Change Effects Toward Achieving Global Sustainable Development’

The Managing Editor of the Special Issue:

Professor Dr. M. Shahidul Islam


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Paper Submission Through: Google Form Link



Paper Writing: The paper can be based on experimental research, literature review, strategical

planning and conceptual modeling.


Field of Research and Relevant Topics but not limited to:

  1. Role of Engineering Education for Contributing to Achieve Sustainable Development.
  2. Green Technology Development to Reduce Carbon Emission for Achieving Sustainable Environment.
  3. Green Energy Harvesting (from Tidal and Solar etc) to Reduce Carbon Emission for Achieving Sustainable Environment.
  4. Waste Materials Reprocessing (Waste Wood, Waste Metals, etc) for Recycling in contributing to Achieve Sustainable Development and Environment.
  5. Wastewater Treatment (Effluent from Textile, Sewage and other industries) for Recycling water to Achieve Sustainable Water Supply.
  6. Innovative Production Process Development for Carbon Emission Reduction for Achieving Sustainable Environment.
  7. Carbon Capturing Technology for Industries in Reducing Carbon Emission to Control Global Warming.
  8. Membrane-based Separation Technology for Desalination in Achieving Sustainable Water Supply.
  9. Energy Harvesting from Waste Biomass (Wastes from Palm Oil Mill and Other Agro Industries) for Reducing Carbon Emission and Sustainable Environment.
  10. Energy Efficient Building for Optimizing Energy Consumptions and Carbon Emission.
  11. Light Weight and high Strength Alternative building Materials for Sustaining at Earthquake and Natural Disaster.
  12. Waste Materials Use for Developing Higher Strength and Longer Life Cycle Concrete as an Alternative Construction Material for Sustainable Development.
  13. Composite Materials Development Reinforcing with Metallic Fibre for Getting Higher Strength and Longer Life Cycle in Achieving Sustainable Development.
  14. Developing Energy Efficient Machinery for Reducing Carbon Emission to Reduce Global Warming.
  15. Carbon Capturing Technology from Coal Based Power Plant for Reducing Global Warming and Climate Change.
  16. Developing a Production Process for Zero Carbon Emission for Achieving Sustainable Environment.

The Paper Formatting and Timeline:

    1. The length of the paper should be confined to 4 to 10 pages.
    2. The paper should be in a double-column format.
    3. The first draft of the paper should be submitted within 30th May 2020 to the editor.
    4. The review and correction of paper are within 30th July 2020.
    5. Paper will be published online within 30th September 2020.
    6. Submit your paper in Word file, compose strictly in conformity with the style sheet available at SUBMISSION GUIDELINE on
    7. Download paper from the ARCHIVE to use as a template.
    8. Reference Style is IEEE (Number as references in the text body).
    9. Submit your paper in Word file, compose strictly in conformity with the style sheet available through google forms link
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