The Multidisciplinary International Journal is an open access annual journal that publishes research outcomes with significant contributions to the understanding and improvement of the multidisciplinary research. MIJ not only collects research results from different disciplines and methodological approaches, but also research carried out by interdisciplinary research teams. In this line, disciplinary and interdisciplinary works related to multidisciplinary research are welcome in areas including humanities, education, social sciences, engineering and technology, sciences, arts, commerce, management, etc.
Multidisciplinary International Journal is an academic research journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles from around the world. This includes research that assesses or publishes the outcomes or conduct of such teams or experts in general, as well as studies and evaluations undertaken by multidisciplinary teams (combining or involving many academic disciplines or professional specialisations). We encourage submissions from professionals at all levels and from all over the world because the magazine covers such a broad variety of topics. The journal attempts to represent the fact that good research is not constrained by person, place, or time. MIJ is an open-access journal that makes a wide range of relevant research immediately available to specialists who may read and use it as soon as it is published.
In clinical treatments, images regularly have differing viewpoints and conditions as medical imagery cannot be orchestrated or choreographed. (File Photo: AP)Click Here to read full article
Rink Hoekstra and Simine Vazire, psychologists with the University of Groningen and the University of California, Davis, respectively, have published a Perspective piece in the journal Nature Human Behavior calling for more humility in the social, behavioral and life sciences.Click Here to read full article
Engineering researchers receive patent for improved system of tracking objects for safety, search and rescue applications
University of Dayton engineering researchers working with researchers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have patented a better way to track objects navigating through, around and between hidden spots.Click Here to read full article