The first issue of the journal has been published

The print version of the first issue of the journal "Advances in  Biology & Earth Sciences" came out. The issue contains the articles related to various fields of biology and earth sciences. In the issue the papers of the well-known scientists as I. Pronin (Russia), A.A. Vorotelyak (Russia), I.V. Kosakivska (Ukraine), R. Hasanov (Azerbaijan), G. Mustafayev (Azerbaijan), V. Sedlák (Slovakia), M.H. Noaman (Egypt) and others devoted to biophysics, protozoology, cell biology, geodesy, neurobiology, plant physiology, histology are published.
Note that the journal is indexing by the world's leading indexing services as E-Letter (IEEE Control Systems Society), Genamics JournalSeek, NA Digest, Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI), International Institute of Organized Research (I2OR), Root Indexing - Journal Abstracting and Indexing Service, Advanced Science Index (ASI), National Science Digital Library (NSDL), ResearchBib (Academic Resource Index) and so on.
The electronic version of the journal may be found at:
http://jomardpublishing.com/journals.aspx?lang=az&id=3&menu=8&info=Advances%20in%20Biology%20&%20Earth%20Sciences

Our Journal is in AGRIS database

The journal Research in: Agricultural & Veterinary Sciences is accepted for indexing in the AGRIS database 

Special Issue

Jomard Publishing announces Special Issue "Generative Justice in Design" of the journal New Design Ideas.

New Design Ideas in SCOPUS

The journal New Design Ideas issued by Jomard Publishing is accepted for indexing in Scopus.  

Coronavirus topic in the journal Advances in Biology & Earth Sciences

In the new issue of the journal Advances in Biology & Earth Sciences founded by Jomard Publishing the paper titled Overview of the environmental distribution, resistance, mortality, and genetic diversity of new coronavirus (Covid-19) is published.  

New Materials, Compounds and Applications is included to CAS

It is our pleasure to inform that our journal New Material, Compounds and Applications is included to Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) that is a division of the American Chemical Society.