|Editor-in-Chief:||Barry Ryan, Technological University Dublin|
|Sub Editors:||Eva Campion, Institute of Technology Sligo|
|Fiona McArdle, Institute of Technology Sligo|
|Laura Keaver, Institute of Technology Sligo|
|Sinead Loughran, Dundalk Institute of Technology|
The Science Undergraduate Research Experience Journal (SURE-J) is a high-quality, international, open access, online, double blind reviewed publication which deals with all aspects of undergraduate research in the broad Sciences.
The Science Undergraduate Research Experience Journal (SURE-J) was founded in 2018 by a group of researchers and academics working collectively under the SURE Network. The journal is published by the Technological University Dublin, Cathal Brugha Campus, Dublin, Ireland. All articles in this journal are full text and available on open access.
SURE-J takes an interdisciplinary and international approach and includes all aspects of undergraduate science research. It is inclusive of all science disciplines and the journal's online platform facilitates an integrated submission/review/publication approach. The main emphasis of the journal is on primary research articles and does not, therefore, accept review pieces. All manuscripts submitted are subject to ‘double – blind – review’. As SURE-J is published in digital format only, papers can include a variety of media elements including audio and visual files, a range of image formats and hyperlinks to websites and other online resources.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2019)
Genetic Variation of the DGAT1 gene in Dual-Purpose Dairy Cows and its Influence on Economically Important Breeding Traits
Mark E. Armitage, Emma Swan, and Denise O'Meara
Investigating the Knowledge Surrounding Folate and Folic Acid in a Cohort of Vegetarians
Michael Dolan, Katherine Younger, Lucy Brennan, and Jessica Roche
Antimicrobial Properties of Fucus Vesiculosus and Porphyra Dioica Collected From the Irish Coast.
Lenka Jindrichova Miss, Annabel Higgins Hoare, and Helen Hughes
Investigating Whether Consuming Meals in a Dining Room Impacts Patients’ Mood, Level of Interaction, and Subsequent Nutrient Intake in a Stroke Rehabilitation Ward.
Sali Abouhajar, Grace Bennett, Linda Dooley Ms., Tracy Waldron Ms., Katie Walsh Ms., Sile Murphy Ms., Aoibheann McMorrow Dr., Joseph Harbison Prof., and Suzanne L Doyle