Labyrinth Fayoum Journal of Science and Interdisciplinary Studies

Aims and Scope

Labyrinth: Fayoum Journal of Science and Interdisciplinary Studies, a biannual peer-reviewed journal issued by Fayoum University, is a scholarly print and, open access, online international multidisciplinary journal which aims to publish peer-reviewed original research-oriented papers or reviews in the fields of basic science and engineering, applied science and technology, biomedical science, agricultural sciences, archaeology, computer sciences, and interdisciplinary studies. Labyrinth: Fayoum Journal of Science and Interdisciplinary Studies encourages and provides a medium for publishing all original research contributions of significant value. The journal welcomes articles from all aspects of the different sciences. The journal aims to publish research that contributes to expanding knowledge or advancing scholarly interpretation.

 Types of paper:

1. Original full papers (regular papers)

2. Review articles (should cover a part of the subject of active current interest)

3. Short Communications
  3.1 Report of preliminary results of important research (pilot investigation: e.g. no duplications or with other restrictions)
  3.2 Newly developed methodology or modification of existing methodology, possibly description of first test.
  3.3 Results of the application of an earlier published research methodology on other crops or under different conditions (fact finding or recipes) that are nevertheless of interest to an international readership. Should include new scientific insight.
4. Book Reviews (included in the journal on a range of relevant books which are not more than 2 years old).

Original papers should report the results of original research and should be of international interest. The material should not have been previously published elsewhere, except in a preliminary form. Reviews should cover a part of the subject active current interest. They may be submitted or invited.

Short Communications should be as completely documented, both by reference to the literature and description of the experimental procedures employed, as a regular paper. They should not occupy more than 4 printed pages (about 8 manuscript pages, including tables, figures, etc.).

Main Topics:

• Agricultural Sciences
• Applied Science and technology
• Archaeology
• Basic Science
• Biomedical Science
• Computer Sciences
• Conservation and Restoration
• Data Analysis
• Engineering
• Interdisciplinary Studies.
• Medical Sciences