Established in 2007, these monthly publications are the three official journals of the International Society of African Bioscientists and Biotechnologists (ISABB), a nonprofit scientific society.

Overall aim

The overall aim of the ISABB journals is to promote the development, application, and dissemination of scientific knowledge for the benefit of especially the peoples of the African continent. To this end, the journals provide forums for scientists, Africans and non-Africans, to share their contributions to knowledge in their fields with the world. Cognizant of the fact that theories are the precursors of practical applications, the organization accepts articles in the areas of both basic sciences and applied sciences. In a political world, governmental policies impact the advances in science. Hence, articles that pertain to policy, their applications and impacts, are accepted for publication. Whereas articles that contribute to knowledge in science in general are solicited, the organization will give preference, whenever necessary, to articles that have specific bearing on the food, health, and environment of Africa. In general, topics of interest include but are not limited to biochemistry, biology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, chemistry, environment, health, history, education, nutrition, microbiology, food science, food safety, consumerism, marketing, packaging, processing, product development, quality assurance, regulation, research, international trade, engineering, and policy issues.

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Editor In Chief (ISABB Journals)

Dr. George Acquaah,

Dean, School of Arts and Science,

Bowie State University,

14000 Jericho Park Rd,

Bowie MD. 20715.

Tel. (301) 860-3610.