The Scientific Research General Rules included the issuing of the "Jordanian Journal for Applied Science" as a scientific journal bearing the name of Jordan and the name of the applied science university. The journal is issued in two specialized parts: the humanities (two issues per year) and the natural sciences (one issues per year). The first issue was published in 1998. So far, the Deanship has issued (18) volumes in humanities and (13) volumes in natural sciences. The issues are distributed to all Jordanian universities, governmental and private, and a number of universities in Arab countries in addition to many public and private institutions. The Jordanian Journal of Applied Science is considered one of the prestigious journals compared to its Arab counterparts namely for being internationally indexed by Urlich's Database and arbitrated journal and summarized in the following sites:
•_CABI Abstracts / a comprehensive database containing records in more than 50 abstracted journals Elsevier
•_Science Bibliographic Database
•_CAS / a division of the American Chemical Society; Chemical Abstract.
•_The British Library.
•_MANHAL (Arabic database).
There is an ambition for indexing the journal in other locations as well. And the Journal holds this sequence number: ISSN 1605-2587. The Deanship of Scientific Research communicates with institutions and research centers in various countries in order to work joined research projects between ASU researchers and others from global research centers. The Deanship of Research works as a liaison officer with the Science and Technology Supreme Council, contributes through his connections with the council to the distribution of information on research cooperation with Western Universities to various university faculties, and urges faculty members to participate in the different research teams and to apply for financial support for their research projects.
Recently, the journal lunched the online system for the journal in order to enable the researchers and the evaluators to follow up their papers.