About the Journal

Comprehensive Aims and Sections:

Eurasian Science Review is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes monthly, encompassing a wide array of fields in its scholarly pursuit. Our journal includes the following sections, each dedicated to advancing knowledge in its respective area:

  1. Education and Pedagogy: Modern educational theories, instructional methods, and pedagogical research.
  2. Social Sciences: Studies on sociology, anthropology, political science, and cultural studies.
  3. Mathematics: Research in pure, applied, and computational mathematics.
    Physics: Articles on theoretical, experimental, and applied physics.
  4. Health Sciences: Cutting-edge research in medicine, public health, and healthcare management.
  5. Economics and Business: Analysis of economic theories, business strategies, and market dynamics.
  6. Regional Studies: In-depth exploration of regional geopolitics, economics, and cultural studies.
  7. Philosophy: Discourse in ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, and logic.
  8. International Relations and Diplomacy: Studies on global politics, international policy, and diplomatic practices.
  9. Linguistics and Philology: Research in language structures, history, and linguistics theory.
  10. Environmental Science: Work on environmental challenges, sustainability, and conservation.
  11. Engineering and Technology: Innovative research in various engineering disciplines and technological advancements.
  12. Computer Science and Information Technology: Studies in software engineering, artificial intelligence, and data science.
  13. Biological Sciences: Research in biology, ecology, biotechnology, and life sciences.
  14. Art and Cultural Studies: Exploration of art history, cultural impacts, and artistic expressions.
  15. Psychology: Insights into cognitive, behavioral, and clinical psychology.
  16. Chemistry: Articles on organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry.
  17. Astronomy and Space Science: Research in astronomy, astrophysics, and space exploration.
  18. History and Archaeology: Studies in historical events, archaeology, and historiography.
  19. Legal Studies: Analysis of law, legal systems, and jurisprudence.