The Journal for New Generation Sciences (JNGS) is a DHET-accredited publication, published biannually by CUT.
Access the Interim: Journal for New Generation Sciences via Sabinet Online (you will be taken to an external link).
The JNGS is a CUT product; some facts about the publication:
Papers in the technological sciences are reviewed and published in its July and December editions.
The JNGS is an accredited research publication where scholars, internal and external to the institution, may publish. It accommodates national and international publications and showcases the university’s commitment to applied research.
The JNGS focuses on papers which reflect the scientific results of:
- Science, Engineering and Technology (SET), and the management of SET research;
- applied research informed by industry/business problems;
- partnerships with industry/business/government (triple helix);
- knowledge production in the context of Mode 2 knowledge generation;
- scholarship in teaching and research;
- research projects leading to SET qualifications;
- income generation through research; and
- entrepreneurship through innovation.
The JNGS follows the Frascati research classification of basic and applied research. In terms of this, the definitions are as follows:
- Basic research: original investigation with the primary aim of developing more complete knowledge or understanding of the subject under study.
- Applied research: original investigation undertaken in order to acquire new knowledge and directed primarily toward specific practical aims or objectives.
All papers are peer-reviewed by at least two experts. An editorial review also secures the quality of the paper. The JNGS supports both high quality scholarly work of established researchers, and capacity building amongst new researchers.
On a national policy level, the JNGS supports the National Plan on Higher Education, Outcome 13: Research concentration and funding linked to research outputs.
Interested in publishing in the Journal?
Guidelines for publications in the JNGS
Contact: Research and Development
Updated: 2 April 2014