Publishes the original research findings covering a variety of basic and applied emerging science including, Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Radiation hard sensors for HEP; Timing detectors, HEP or medical, Flexible electronics; Microwave; RF; Antenna; Reconfigurable; Stretchable; Liquid metal; Wearable electronics, micro/nano energy harvesting; wearable electronics and sensors, microfluidics; stem cells; tissue engineering; regenerative medicine, material processing; femtosecond lasers; laser direct writing; lab-on-chip; multiphoton polymerization; bio-photonics; microfluidics, micromixer; mixing; microfluidic device; analysis; design; fabrication, and Cosmo-particle physics; cosmology and particle physics; physics of dark matter and the early Universe and Higgs boson; LHC; future accelerators; new physics; extended Higgs sector; CP-violation; rare decays; self-coupling; effective field theory; metastable vacuum; cosmology; dark matter, Artificial Intelligence etc.

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PJEST requires authors to specify any sources of funding (institutional, private and corporate financial support) for the work reported in their paper. This information, in the form of the name of the funding organization/s and the grant number-or should be included at the end of the article under the heading ‘Funding’, and provided at the time of submitting the paper. If there was no funding, the following wording should be used: “This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.” (NB: this does not apply to protocols). Any suppliers of materials should be named and their location (town, state/county, country) included if appropriate. This information will be included in the published article.

The manuscripts may be submitted as full-length papers, short communications or review paper (by a renowned scientist only). A soft copy of the research article and a plagiarism test report (generated by Turnitin software) should be submitted. Copyright Form duly signed by the corresponding author must be sent by email and surface mail. Authors Contribution must be sent on a separate sheet. All editorial correspondence should be addressed at

1.(a) Manuscripts should conform to standard rules of British English grammar and style.
(b) Nothing in the text should be underlined.
(c) The manuscript should be single spaced having a standard paper size with font size 10 and in Palatino Linotype. Author names font 10 size Palatino Linotype and affiliations must have font size 8 in Times New Roman. Headings should be bold in font size 10. Subheadings should be in italics and having 10 font size. Indent the first line of each paragraph in the text, using tab stops or other commands for indentation, not space bar.
The manuscript must include:
(i) Complete title of the paper with the author/s name/s, and addresses,
(ii) corresponding author’s email address, phone number and running title.Title should be bold with Font size 18 in Palatino Linotype
(iii) Names of three referees two internationals & one national. Start from 2nd page iii) Abstract (iii)Key words, (iv) Introduction, (v) Materials and Methods or Simulation, (vi) Results, (vii) Discussion. (Results and Discussion may be one heading), (viii) References.
(d) Use the equation editor of MS Word for equations.
(e) Abbreviations should be defined at first mention and used consistently thereafter.
(f) Save your file in doc format of MS Word. Do not send docx file.

2: The abstract should not exceed 300 words.
3: The author/ s may suggest a running title for their papers. It should be indicated on the title page.
4: (Tables should be numbered using Arabic numerals e.g., Table I: Table II: etc., Footnotes should be avoided as far as possible. The table title should be above the table. Use the table function, not spreadsheets, to make tables. Tables should always be cited in text in consecutive numerical order.
5:(a) Submit Figures /photographs, line drawings, etc. – in an electronic format. They should be numbered as Fig. : Fig. 2: etc. Figure title should be below the figure.
(b) There will be no extra charges for colored photographs.
(b) There will be no extra charges for black and white photographs.
6: References should be cited in the text by following IEEE style

M. J. Afzal, S. Tayyaba, M. W. Ashraf, M. K. Hossain, M. J. Uddin, and N. Afzulpurkar, “Simulation, fabrication and analysis of silver based ascending sinusoidal microchannel (ASMC) for implant of varicose veins,” Micromachines, vol. 8, p. 278, 2017.
M. J. Afzal, M. W. Ashraf, S. Tayyaba, A. H. Jalbani, and F. Javaid, “Computer Simulation Based Optimization of Aspect Ratio for Micro and Nanochannels,” Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, vol. 39, pp. 779-791, 2020.
M. J. Afzal, M. W. Ashraf, S. Tayyaba, M. K. Hossain, and N. Afzulpurkar, “Sinusoidal Microchannel with Descending Curves for Varicose Veins Implantation,” Micromachines, vol. 9, p. 59, 2018.
M. J. Afzal, F. Javaid, S. Tayyaba, A. Sabah, and M. W. Ashraf, “Fluidic simulation for blood flow in five curved Spiral Microchannel,” Biologia, vol. 65, p. 141, 2019.
M. J. Afzal, S. Tayyaba, M. W. Ashraf, and G. Sarwar, “Simulation of fuzzy based flow controller in ascending sinusoidal microchannels,” in 2016 2nd International Conference on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (ICRAI), 2016, pp. 141-146.
8. Theses/Books
M. J. Afzal, S. Tayyaba, M. W. Ashraf, F. Javaid, and V. E. Balas, “A case study: impact of Internet of Things devices and pharma on the improvements of a child in autism,” in Emergence of Pharmaceutical Industry Growth with Industrial IoT Approach, ed: Elsevier, 2020, pp. 49-83.
9. Galley-proofs will be sent to the author/ s for correction, which should be returned within a week of their receipt
10. Author/s will receive PDF of the paper. No reprints will be supplied.