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Welcome to the Insciences Journal

Insciences Journal (ISSN 1664-171X), an Open Access, peer-reviewed journal publishes original research papers and reviews. The Insciences Journal is focusing on four main sections: Climate Change, Stem Cells, Nanotechnology and Sensors.

Qi Han, Lei Jin, Yongqi Fu, Weixing Yu
Polarization and incident angle insensitive germanium nano-pyramid array for perfect absorption in visible regime

Insciences J. 2014, 4(1), 19-26;doi:10.5640/insc.040119
Full Research Paper, Section: Nanotechnology

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Kevin C. Honeychurch, John P. Hart
Electrochemical Detection of Benzodiazepines, Following Liquid Chromatography, for Applications in Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Forensic Investigations

Insciences J. 2014, 4(1), 1-18;doi:10.5640/insc.040101
Review Paper, Section: Sensors

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Talal Abboud, Alain Berinstain, Matthew Bamsey, Robert Ferl, Anna-Lisa Paul, Thomas Graham, Mike Dixon, Demos Leonardos, Michael Stasiak, Rita Noumeir
Multispectral Plant Health Imaging System for Space Biology and Hypobaric Plant Growth Studies

Insciences J. 2013, 3(2), 24-44;doi:10.5640/insc.030224
Full Research Paper, Section: Sensors

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Z A Mangombo, D Key, E I Iwuoha, P G L Baker
Development of L-phenylalanine biosensor and its application in the real samples

Insciences J. 2013, 3(1), 1-23;doi:10.5640/insc.030101
Full Research Paper, Section: Sensors

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Serina Ahlgren, Andras Baky, Sven Bernesson, Åke Nordberg , Olle Norén, Per-Anders Hansson
Consequential Life Cycle Assessment of Nitrogen Fertilisers Based on Biomass – a Swedish perspective

Insciences J. 2012, 2(4), 80-101;doi:10.5640/insc.020480
Full Research Paper, Section: Climate Change

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