Asia-Pacific Journal of Science and Technology (APST)

The Asia-Pacific Journal of Science and Technology (APST), formerly known as the KKU Research Journal, is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Research and Technology Transfer Affairs Division of Khon Kaen University. The journal's title was changed in order to attract more international readers and authors.

The journal accepts English manuscripts of original research and review articles which have never been published elsewhere. The main focus of the journal is to publish work that leads to creative practical applications, environment preservation, and human wellbeing. Research areas covered by the journal include engineering science, technology, agricultural science, and health science. Manuscripts reporting on research that integrates any of the aforementioned fields are especially encouraged. Our core interest is in the use of engineering, scientific, and technological knowledge to assist, co-operate with, and enhance other fields, such as health and agricultural science, in order to improve human wellbeing. We are particularly eager to publish research that integrates various subfields — for example, plant science and pharmaceutical science or plant science, agricultural engineering, automatic control, and energy technology.

The journal employs a double-blind review process, in which authors and reviewers are anonymous to each other throughout the process. 

Journal Abbreviation: Asia Pac J Sci Technol
Online ISSN: 2539-6293
Start Year: 1996
Language: English
Publication Fee: Free
Issues per Year: 4 Issues


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Vol 23 No 1 (2018): March

Published: 2018-02-16

Application of light pipes in office buildings in Thailand

Thanyalak Taengchum, Surapong Chirarattananon

APST-23-01-01 (12 pages)

Factors affecting electricity consumption of hotel buildings in Thailand

Suwajee Tangon, Jaruwan Chontanawat, Siriluk Chiarakorn

APST-23-01-02 (12 pages)

A model of professional tennis athlete development

Thanakorn Srichaphan, Rajanee Quanboonchan

APST-23-01-05 (12 pages)

Microwave drying characteristics and qualities of dried orthosiphon aristatus leaves

Vorapong Klungboonkrong, Singhanat Phoungchandang

APST-23-01-08 (13 pages)

Increasing calcium and dietary fiber of Mu Yo using fish bone powder and konjac flour

Nachayut Chanshotikul, Natcharee Jirukkakul, Nipaporn Sengkhamparn, Bung-Orn Hemung

APST-23-01-10 (8 pages)

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