The Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science is a national scientific journal which is published by the National Science and Technology Press to serve as an outlet for papers concerning West African agriculture and related disciplines. Emphasis is placed on the interrelationship between the experimental and environmental sciences, and preference will be given to papers which present the results of original research or new investigations into the changing situation in which subsistence agriculture, closely controlled by its physical and biological environments, is only slowly becoming capitalised and fertility-improving in the long term. Also, because the ultimate end-product of agricultural research the improvement of farming, it is editorial policy to call attention to, and solicit papers in, two fields of study which it is believed have been neglected in the past: indigenous economics associated with rural sociology; and the day-to-day practice of tropical agronomy and animal husbandry.
Ambix is an internationally recognised, peer reviewed journal and the leading specialist publication in its field, which is viewed as a major outlet for current research. Published four times a year, in February, May, August and November, its remit is to facilitate the publication of high-quality research and discussion all areas relevant to the history of alchemy and chemistry: including ancient, medieval and early modern alchemy, the Chemical Revolution, the impact of atomism, the rise of organic chemistry, the chemical industry, quantum chemistry, and interactions between the chemical sciences and other disciplines. The Journal’s scope extends to the history of pharmacy and chemical medicine, environmental studies of the chemical industry, and the material and visual culture of chemistry. Ambix welcomes high-quality submissions based on original research in these and other areas.