The progress of science, technology and engineering is focused on three important steps namely, description of the observed fact, prediction of futur behaviour and understanding of natural phenomena; this is also based on observational and experimental evidence. Nevertheless, prediction, description and understanding are currently accomplished via mathematics tools and models. Mathematics is the backbone of all sciences; Aristotle defined mathematics as "the “science of quantity” and Gauss as the “Queen of science”. Advanced mathematical modelling, analytical and numerical solutions reflecte a combination of concepts, methods and principles that are often interdisciplinary in nature.
Journal of Mathematics in Nature Science (MNS) is a monthly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of mathematics and their applications in all branches of sciences, technology and engineering on the foundation of its inventiveness, reputation, interdisciplinary attentiveness, suitability, approachability, sophistication and extraordinary conclusions. MNS correspondingly delivers speedy, influential, understanding of fascinating news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and wider audience. MNS covers a wider range of application of mathematics including but not limited to:
MNS broadcasted innovative papers with centre of currently research describing noteworthy improvement of applied mathematics in all branches of sciences and engineering.