African Journal of Science, Technology and Engineering (AJSTE) is an academic multidisciplinary peer-reviewed biannual publication that publishes original, innovative research and academic scholarship that contribute to growth of knowledge in Science, Technology and Engineering and related disciplines. Her key audiences are: Scientists and Engineers in academia and industry, researchers, students, government agencies/policymakers and citizens with a passion for “STEM”.
This first edition contains the newest research, in contemporary transposition in Science, Technology and Engineering of global interests. It carries original and full-length articles that reflect the latest research and developments in both theoretical and practical aspects of global science. It promotes research awareness and compatibility platform through a concise and methodical interface to cater for all categories of scholars in science, while encouraging innovativeness and quality research.
The topical issues in this Journal include : Epithelial to mesenchymal transition (emt)in pathogenesis of endometriosi), management of chronic comorbid conditions, isolation and identification of heavy metal resistant bacteria risks and existing health services, deep neural networks for predictive sequence modeling, intelligent decision support (IDS) in software risk management, effect of the graphite dispersed titanium dioxide solid solar cell composition on the generated potential (voc)and optimal control for efficiency and reliability in the storage of perishable good, assessment of Forest Rehabilitation and Restocking Success along Mt. Kenya East Forest Reserve using Remote Sensing Data., Effect of Goat Manure-Based Vermicompost on Soil Chemical Properties Under Garlic Production in the Upper Eastern Region of Kenya, Intelligent 2D Outdoor Location Tracking System, Precision of 3-Configurations with Respective Sub-Configurations of 2-Ring Concentric Planar Array in Direction Finding, Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoparticles from Extracts of Fruits of Annona muricata: A green nanobiotechnology approach, Socioeconomic Determinants of Adoption of Eco-Friendly Farming Practices in Agroecosystems of Embu County, Kenya and Soil Concentration of Selected Heavy Metals in Chuka, Nakuru and Thika Municipal Dumpsites