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We are an undergraduate open educational resource journal based on the GEOSET initiative that aims to showcase research. Our mission is to eliminate the barriers to academic success and connect with the global community of science and engineering. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to unlock their potential and publish their research in the leading journal of science and engineering. 

Welcome to the Journal of the Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering & Technology (GEOSET)
Continuing the Legacy

Sir Harold Kroto was a renowned British chemist and Nobel laureate whose groundbreaking research in the field of chemistry left an indelible mark on the scientific community. Born in 1939, Kroto's work revolutionized our understanding of carbon molecules, particularly his co-discovery of the C60 molecule, famously known as buckminsterfullerene or the "buckyball." This discovery opened up new avenues in the study of carbon's unique structural properties and its potential applications in various fields, including materials science and nanotechnology. In recognition of his outstanding contributions to science, Sir Harold Kroto was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1996, cementing his legacy as a pioneering scientist and visionary thinker. His work continues to inspire and shape the future of chemistry and materials science.


Submissions will open soon for the inaugural edition. Follow our updates on our social media channels. 

S.Acquah & D. Dubey

Founders & Editors-in-Chief

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