We are Open Access Publishers, Advocates & Researchers
We are a Not-For-Profit organisation with the following objectives:


Publish Open Access (OA) journals and books globally in all scientific, technical and scholarly disciplines to accelerate progress in science and provide unrestricted access to research.  

Advocate, Open Access to ensure free, timely and speedy availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. 

Innovate research communication and scholarly publication through information exchange, creating standards & models, training and education.  

Create awareness and opportunities in research and development through collaboration with industries, government, professionals and the wider community.

Journal of Applied and Natural Science

Our open access and peer reviewed scientific journal provides a platform to scientists and researchers to share latest breakthroughs in the field of Agricultural Science, Animal Sciences, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Bio-mathematics, Biotechnology, Computational Biology, Environmental Science, Microbiology and, Plant Sciences.   

It is Indexed/Abstracted/Enlisted* in the following databases:

Thompson Reuters(Web of Science): Either Web of Science, BIOSIS, or Zoological Records | Google Scholar |  NAAS Rating: 4.84 | Chemical Abstract Services | Zoological Records, UK | Open j Gate, India | Indian Science Abstracts | Ulrichs - Web Serial Solutions, USA | EBSCO: Academic Research Ultimate Database, USA | University Grants Commission (UGC), India |  Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI) Abstracts/Global Health, UK

Water Purification

We engage in research and development with industries and government to solve water problems on the earth.  
We are working on a water purification technology to create fluoride free ground water. 

Drinking ground water with excess Fluorides causes a slow, progressive and crippling disease known as Fluorosis which affects teeth and bones. Such intake of ground water is common in various parts of the world.