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Best Paper Award

As part of our ongoing effort to promote top quality research in the field of natural sciences, medical research, engineering, as well as the related social sciences and humanities, the Asian Journal of Emerging Research has introduced the Best Paper Award to recognize the most outstanding articles that have been published in AJER.

Journal Information

Asian Journal of Emerging Research (pISSN 2663-4988 | eISSN 2664-5211) is a peer reviewed multidisciplinary journal developed with the aim of accelerating the pace of scientific advancement. AJER is an outcome of a researcher’s community with the believe that all quality research work needs to be published and discoverable, widely disseminated and freely accessible to all.

As a peer reviewed scientific journal, Asian Journal of Emerging Research evaluates submitted manuscripts on the basis of research methods, relevance to readers, writing style/presentation clarity and high ethical standards, regardless of perceived novelty.

The Editor‐in‐Chief, Prof. Dr. Kaiser Jamil, oversees the peer review process in collaboration with the in-house staff editors partner with an international board to thoroughly review each submission.
Publication Ethics

WE take publication ethics very seriously. Ethical standards are crucial to ensure the high quality of scientific publications, credibility of scientific findings, and that authors receive credit for their work. AJER is committed to maintaining the highest standards of publication ethics and to supporting ethical research practices.

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What If You Were Born on a Space Station?
Ever since the first astronaut went to space almost 60 years ago, over 500 people have blasted out of Earth’s atmosphere. They lived and worked in space at different times. But nobody has ever been born there. What if you were the first space baby to be carried aboard a space station? How would your young body develop in microgravity? How would this affect your appearance? Would you be able to visit your relatives on planet Earth?

We are still a long way from determining whether a human can give birth in space but the findings so far seem promising. No doubt the first space-mom will have to be very healthy and in great shape.
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