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About the Journal

- Journal of Academic Projects is a new open access international journal, (trademark applied in USA). All journal related correspondence shall be sent to journal@projectdb.org address.

- Big Font Corporation (USA) owns all Copyrights to JAP and its contents. All legal and other official correspondence be addressed to admin@bigfont.us.

- The language of the journal is English.

- Journal has no set frequency of publication per year; number of issues will depend on queue and availability of examiners for peer review.

- Journal covers research/ project work in any field of science, technology, education or other pedagogic fields. The journal aims to provide a window of opportunity for college students, early career researchers to showcase their scientific contribution. There is no requirement that an author needs to be affiliated with any university or organization. Even innovative high school projects can be recorded as an article that can jump start young talents. There is no preset rules to define what is a qualified research paper, but any work that consists of some innovation, idea, challenge of old idea, design/assembly, new data, new software app, scientific data analysis etc could make a case. In particular, we encourage the public to participate in promoting scientific methods towards solving real world problems.

- Our focus is short term projects (1 year or less) carried out to create a new innovative design (e.g. new automobile), innovative software application (e.g. new cross platform driver), innovative product (e.g. new high strength toothpick that doesn't damage the teeth or gums), assembly system (e.g. robotic snow shovel), specific discovery oriented research (e.g. new frog species in Himalayas), a mathematical model (e.g. improvised relativistic equations) , a radical new idea that challenges conventional understanding (e.g. a keyless encryption-decryption in cryptography), analysis of experimental data (e.g. investigation of DNA and protein data to find what is common between humans and mushrooms), a simulation experiment (e.g. reconstruction of big bang in cosmology), failure analysis (e.g. why a new bridge fell), correlation studies (e.g. relationship between ocean temperature and rainfall data), etc.

- Longer term heavy research projects generally qualify for other advanced science and engineering journals, though there is no restriction in our journal.

- Each volume will cover one calendar year. Each issue is one book. Page numbering is consecutive in each volume, regardless of issue.

- All issues will carry ISSN number on front cover.

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