Journal of the Indian Institute of Science
A Multidisciplinary Reviews Journal
Introduced in 1914, the journal has presented research work carried out by the Institute and other institutions around the world. Today, it is a quarterly review journal, with each issue edited by one or more eminent researchers acting as Guest Editors.
Examples of articles from recent volumes include these from Vol. 96-1: Non-Intrusive Flow Diagnostics for Aerospace Applications; and Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy as a Flow Diagnostic Tool: A Review.
And from Vol. 96-2: A Pedagogic Review on Designing Model Topological Insulators; and Electrical Transport in Vanadium Dioxide Nanostructures – New Physics and Potential Applications.
This is the official publication of the Indian Institute of Science. The journal only accepts 'Invited Review Articles'.
Peer Review Information: This journal follows a single blind peer review process.
Dyke Swarms in the Dharwar Craton: A Key to Understanding the Late Archean to Early Proterozoic Cratonic Correlations
T. N. Guru Row (September 2018)
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