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Medicine, Health & Food / By Francisco Alonso, Cristina Esteban, Sergio A. Useche & Andrea Serge / Apr. 28, 2017
The recent evidence has demonstrated that there are many medical conditions, or a combination of them, that may affect the ability to perform different tasks that may involve complexity and imply the ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Rana Khudhair Abbas Ahmed / Apr. 26, 2017
Metrics are tools that are designed to facilitate decision-making and improve performance and accountability through collection, analysis, and reporting of relevant performance-related data. This ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Tomáš Pavlíček, Tova Cohen, ShwetaYadav, Michèle Glasstetter, Petr Král and Oren Pearlson / Apr. 19, 2017
Aneuploidy is nowadays, painfully enough, associated with an abnormal number of chromosomes, which is the characteristic of genetic development syndromes (e.g. Down syndrome) and deadly cancers. Do ...
Education / By Jin Su Jeon and David Gonzalez-Gomez / Apr. 18, 2017
A web-based scaffolding Geographic Information Systems (GIS) strategy will bring a collaborative learning/teaching context for higher education research, and also will bring learning outcomes and ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Francisco Alonso, Cristina Esteban, Sergio A. Useche, Mireia Faus / Apr. 17, 2017
Depression is an important public-health problem and one of the leading causes of disease worldwide, because it presents a high morbidity with other illnesses. Up to 4% of men and 8% of women suffer ...
Education / By Chengyin Yang, Xueqing Shen and Sixin Li / Apr. 16, 2017
Class is the core concept of logic, while classification is the basis of logical reasoning activities as well as the distinction and understanding, and it is a logical method which can class a wide ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Zhong-he Zhang / Apr. 1, 2017
In recent years, Radiation was used widely to induce new species in both animals and plants as a new method, but it is rarely used to breed resource insects.
Electrical & Computer Science / By Chuntao Du and Xinsong Du / Mar. 20, 2017
Cache is an important component in computer architecture. It has great effects on the performance of systems. Nowadays, Least Recently Used (LRU) Algorithm is one of the most commonly used one ...
Economics & Management / By G. I. Gancheva / Mar. 12, 2017
Leptospirosis is a worldwide zoonosis with global importance. Developing countries carry the major burden of the disease, with half a million cases reported yearly and a mortality rate ranging from 5 ...
Engineering & Technology / By Jin Su Jeong / Mar. 8, 2017
A web-based service request and feedback system will bring a pragmatic solution to the limitations of current Facility Management (FM) processes in residential complex, and also bring a better ...
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering / By Harast Aliaxandr Ivanavich / Mar. 6, 2017
The patent was awarded for the development of charge and casting materials from fine metal-containing concentrates, including organic pollutants and plastic waste for doping and modifying iron-carbon ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Benson Opare Asamoah Botchway *, Ishwari Chandran Iyer / Mar. 6, 2017
Although Alzheimer’s disease (henceforth: AD) has been around since the 19th century or possibly even earlier and was at a point in time classified as senile dementia, it wasn’t until 1906 following ...
Economics & Management / By Mohamed Galal Abobakr and Khairy Elgiziry / Mar. 1, 2017
Banking stability is an important issue to the proper performing of the whole financial system of any country. The board of directors is the main body of taking decision; therefore we can't deny its ...
Architecture & Civil Engineering / By Dossa Didier Boko-haya , Yadong Li , Changrong Yao, Saizhi Liu and Qiqi Xiang / Feb. 25, 2017
Recent changes in Benin Republic have led to a rapid, continuous increase in traffic volumes on both urban and rural roads areas. Consequently, the need for renovating old roads and bridge (R-B) and ...
Engineering & Technology / By MR. C.J. OHWOJERO / Feb. 8, 2017
Automobile is a combustible machine that makes use of fuel for its combustion process. The use of Automobile world-wide has become something very interesting to human life. Automobile as a locomotive ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Asseng Charles Carnot / Feb. 7, 2017
Insiders models in this article are used to compare the impact of different resistance components on the development of mildew taro, and thereby optimize the prophylaxis and selection of resistant ...
Education / By Cheng-yin Yang and Lin Su / Feb. 7, 2017
This paper illustrated a graphic teaching strategy combined with the knowledge visualization technology, it can intuitive express concise teaching goals, complex teaching process and ideas of ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Asnakech Getahun GebreMariam and Worku Dugassa Girsha / Feb. 7, 2017
Increase in Long-Lasting Insecticidal Net(LLIN) access(i.e. household ownership) only does not necessarily translate to equal increase in utilization,becausethe success of LLIN utilization by ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By EN Anyabolu / Feb. 7, 2017
Abnormal body weight, comprising of underweight and obesity, is a global healthcare problem in both the developed and the developing countries.
Economics & Management / By Zhi-hong Song, Xue-fei Jin and Dong-mei Lee / Feb. 6, 2017
Related party cooperation has become a ubiquitous phenomenon in Chinese A-Share stock market. However, whether technical cooperation between related parties could create value for focal firms has ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Sudhir S. P. , Divya Shrivastava, Prof H.N.Verma , Alagappan Kumarappan , Lalit K. Vyas and Padma Deshmukh, / Feb. 6, 2017
Globally Herbal medicine market is expected to be $115 Billion by 2020. With the GAGR of 8% of Herbal medicines market, quick and reliable identification of herbal ingredients and their adulterants ...
Materials Science / By Wang Ruyao and Lu Weihua / Feb. 6, 2017
It is an optical figure showing silicon nodule well-distributed through Al-matrix. It isn’t either composite or in-situ composite. It is a new cast light metal—primary-free hypereutectic Al-Si alloy ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Thuto Mothupi, Baitshephi Mashabe and Botho Mokoto / Feb. 6, 2017
Global temperatures have increased since the beginning of the last century hence the need for the use of mathematical models like extreme value distributions to understand the dynamics of extreme ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Francisco Alonso, Cristina Esteban, Jaime Sanmartín, Sergio A. Useche / Jan. 13, 2017
Nowadays, drivers’ health, fitness and well-being are essential issues in order to prevent traffic accidents. Several studies have shown that these characteristics are essential to a safe-driving and ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Paul Levi / Jan. 13, 2017
Numerical solutions of global quantum field based models of the dynamics of the transmissions of neurotransmitters (e.g. dopamines) between nerve cells dominantly elucidate the role of the ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Sarah Abdelhalim Bolbol, Enjy Ahmad Khorshed, Naema El-Lithy Soliman and Mohammed Magdy Nassef / Dec. 7, 2016
Glutaraldehyde (GA) which is a form of chemical disinfection is still used in disinfection of endoscopes in Egyptian Hospitals despite of its well-known adverse health effects.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Worku Dugassa Girsha, Abebe Megerso Adlo, Desalegn Ararso Garoma and Sultan Kalu Beggi / Dec. 5, 2016
Ethiopia has made tremendous progress toward universal water, sanitation and hygiene access in the past decade, but still significant challenges remains unaddressed which vary from place to place.The ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By M. H. M. Mubassir, Khondoker M. Nasiruddin, Nazmul Hoque Shahin, Shamsun Nahar Begum, Manas Kanti Saha, A. Q. M. Bazlur Rashid / Dec. 2, 2016
Bacterial Leaf Blight (BLB) of rice, a great concern to the rice growing countries especially in Bangladesh where the rice is cultivated as a staple food crop. Development of resistant cultivar is ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Lilian A. Omondi / Nov. 30, 2016
Surgery poises risk of developing complications including death and the recommended prescription as an antidote in mitigating such abatable surgical risks especially in elective surgery is the ...
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering / By Mohammad Raza MIAH,Zakaria,Asaduzzaman,Md Forhad Hossain and Md Kamrul Hasan Munna / Nov. 25, 2016
Synthesize coating agent, emulsion polymerization technique, octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4) as modified monomers, Ethyl Acrylate (EA), Butyl acrylate (BA) and Styrene (ST) are employed as basic ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Amsale Tekle Ergano, Girma Azene and Mesfin Mamo / Nov. 22, 2016
The use of family planning methods can positively affect the household economy in terms of income.
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Yasser Sayed Ali and Mahmoud Mohamed Massoud / Nov. 21, 2016
Earth as a main building material in an ancient mud brick houses, when in contact with water, especially rain water, exposed to weakens, washing and erosion. The study attempted to find ...
Education / By Rafah Aziz Kareem / Nov. 18, 2016
Wood’s model provided, the increase among second grade students intermediate, and Wood’s model ensures that the student works on individually and collectively so the student will be effective and ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Aissouda Hossein zade, Maryam Moogooei, Shayan Mostafaei, Hossein Rahavi, Reza Mansouri, Sepideh Soukhtezari, Mojgan Ghaedi / Nov. 9, 2016
Manipulation of metabolism of Th is able to induce differentiation of Th in vitro, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids are able to induce Th1 and Th17.
Mathematics & Statistics / By Alexander Kasyoki Muoka, Anthony Gichuhi Waititu and Oscar Owino Ngesa / Nov. 7, 2016
More understanding of models for count data is of importance and especially if the data has significant zeros, that is, zeros that cannot just be ignored as they give important information.
Mathematics & Statistics / By Kinyua Mark Njega / Nov. 4, 2016
Robust statistical models have become of great importance in the analysis of high frequently sampled data such as financial portfolio returns. This is because the make no assumptions in the return ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Basanta Dhakal, Prof.Dr. Azaya Bikram Sthapit and Prof.Dr. Shankar Prasad Khanal / Nov. 1, 2016
Tourism provides significant contribution to national income and considerable job opportunity in Nepal.
Electrical & Computer Science / By Yongchun Liu, Yuzi Lin / Oct. 29, 2016
The research of the self-healing system in smart grid is no longer bewildered, it has a new research direction already. The research focus of the self-healing system should be put on the research of ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Yalisho Girma / Oct. 21, 2016
Efficiency maximization of electric distribution system is a means to meet a short -term growth of load demand. Loss in distribution system costs utilities a sizable amount of money and need be ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Hitomi Nakamura, Ayaka Tanaka, Keiichi Kumasawa,Tadashi Kimura, / Oct. 13, 2016
Spontaneous dizygotic twinning occurs when two different eggs are fertilized by two different sperms in the same menstrual cycle. The hypothesis of double ovulation as an origin of dizygotic twinning ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Professor James Frame / Oct. 12, 2016
Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) is a manmade disease. Since 1982 when Cronin and Gerow first implanted liquid silicone contained within a silicone bag into an ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Yenehun Taye / Oct. 11, 2016
To assess the relationship of floor aerobics exercise and hematological parameters of people living with HIV/AIDS and to promote the health status of people living with HIV/AIDS via current ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Tanamati Soares, J., Shamir, L. / Sep. 28, 2016
Many soccer fans often feel that some teams are more privileged than others when it comes to referee decisions, and that some referee calls made against a certain team would have not been made ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Mikias Yeshitila, Matiwos Taye / Sep. 24, 2016
As the understanding of plant growth and development has been increasing, mathematical models will be very useful tools for the prediction of leaf area for many plants without the use of expensive ...
Materials Science / By Michael. O.Obaji / Sep. 23, 2016
The evolution of new materials in engineering has introduced a lot of opportunities which have created all kinds of employments and so much wealth for mankind, as evidenced in our modern cars ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Mohammed Basheer Al-Somaidai, Omar Mowaffak Ahmad Alsaydia / Sep. 22, 2016
In this study, LabVIEW environment was used to practically interface various sensors in the smart home to a subagent computer from which these sensors reading are transmitted to a master agent ...
Economics & Management / By Tallavajhula Padmanabha Pavan Kumar / Sep. 19, 2016
Big and small enterprises today understand the value of serving community and run numerous programs through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Most of them allocate certain percent of their ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Job Isaac Mukangai and Leo Odiwuor Odongo / Sep. 13, 2016
Overestimation of Product Limit estimator function in the presence of ties may have severe implications particularly when using its estimates to inform health care planning and policy decisions ...
Economics & Management / By Dou Xin-Xin and Wang Xiao-ping / Sep. 13, 2016
The implementation of coordinated development strategy of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei,will bring a lot of logistics base reform, but also will bring business opportunities for logistics enterprises.
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering / By Eng. Amany A. Mahmoud / Sep. 5, 2016
Adsorption process, titration, adsorption isotherm were accomplished. Adsorption isotherm study which was carried out on two isotherm models: Langmuir, and Freundlich isotherm models. The ...
Economics & Management / By Yangyang Hu and Fang Wang / Sep. 5, 2016
Today, with the increasingly fierce competition and the growing of large-scale socialized production, the competition between enterprises is no longer the competition among enterprises, but between ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Wei Wang,Danzhu Wu,Pin Qu, Engineer and Yi Lin / Sep. 2, 2016
It plays a crucial role in the model of numerical weather prediction in North China that the sea surface temperature (SST) of the high resolution was merged with FengYun Geostationary Satellite Data.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By A. H. M. Enamul Kabir, Tapos Kumar Chakraborty and Gopal Chandra Ghosh / Aug. 31, 2016
Drinking water scarcity is an increasing problem in the most climates induced hazards-prone hard-to-reach coastal areas of Bangladesh as it is turning into brackish and saline water gradually ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Yenehun Taye / Aug. 30, 2016
To examine the effect of floor aerobics exercise on immunity induction of people living with HIV /AIDS and to propose recommendations to keep the health status of HIV positive individuals.
Engineering & Technology / By M. N. Nahas / Aug. 29, 2016
In the knowledge economy and information age, simulation solution to complex models of intellectual capital is a realistic approach to evaluate the extra assets incorporated in the intellectual ...
Physics / By H. Ensan / Aug. 20, 2016
Most of planets in our solar system have been discovered many years ago. In the paper, the irregularity of distance and also angular velocity for planet of Jupiter is shown. In the orbit gap between ...
Education / By Dr Chang Chen, Chen Zhao and Bingwu Wang / Aug. 19, 2016
As China Association for Science and Technology was accepted as a full member of the Washington Accord this June, the engineering education of the oriental dragon is facing both opportunities and ...
Economics & Management / By Wei Guochen, Chen Xiaochun and Liu Cai / Aug. 11, 2016
Cold chain logistics service based on supply chain can make fresh meat products in a low temperature control environment, to the greatest extent, to ensure product quality and safety.
Materials Science / By WenJie Wang, Feng Jianhu and Xu Wei, / Aug. 6, 2016
The numericao solution of the TVD Runge-Kutta and the WENO scheme to the FPK equations to nonlinear dynamic system with random excitation and Gauss white noise excitation are discussing.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Dr. I. M. Strekalov, Prof. М. G. Zuev and Dr. L. P. Larionov / Aug. 6, 2016
Orthotantalates of lanthanum (LOT), yttrium (YOT) as X-ray agents exhibit uniform distribution of insoluble particles, high effectiveness of absorption in the low dose given to a patient, and high ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Abdissa Aga and Walelegn Worku / Jul. 22, 2016
To identify factors that cause low sanitation practice in the slum communities and set recommendations to solve them to ensure clean and sanitary environment that nurtures the health and social ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Daouda Faye, Aida Kanouté and Cheikh Mbacké Lo / Jul. 22, 2016
Studies around the world showed the importance of the relationship between juvenile oral diseases and socio-economic environment. In general children's health is precarious in Africa especially and ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Dr T. H. Vu / Jul. 21, 2016
The changes of the low power modes of the Open flow Switch will create Delay Time. To ensure the transmission of data and quality of packets, routing algorithms and appropriately mechanisms should be ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By H. Bracho-Espinoza / Jul. 21, 2016
The prevalence of allergic diseases such as asthma, diarrhea and vomiting in the consumer population related to the high prevalence of parasites in fish Anisakidos captured a public health alert.
Economics & Management / By Tibuhinda Ngonzi / Jul. 20, 2016
Corporate finance theories continue to be subjected to empirical testing for possible universalization. The outcomes of the tests have remained diverse, triggering a quest for customized ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Mr M. P.Mabuza; Prof. O. T. Edje and Dr G. N. Shongwe / Jul. 20, 2016
Sunnhemp used as a green manure crop increases the amount of soil available Nitrogen and improves soil organic matter.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Dr. Khan Redzwan Habib / Jul. 18, 2016
In most parts of the world, street foods are an important source of ready-to-eat nutrition. In lower income countries it provides low cost meal for the urban poor population as well.
Mathematics & Statistics / By N. C. Mutono, Dr G. A. Waititu and Dr W .A. Kiberia / Jul. 16, 2016
Modelling methods have been important especially when non-parametric methods are applied because they are known to give better results than parametric methods and Body Mass Index models have been an ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Mutua Jennifer Ndanu, Dr Gichuhi Anthony Waititu, Dr Wanjoya Anthony Kiberia and Mrs. Patricia Nthoki Muia / Jul. 16, 2016
Qualitative and quantitative components are important in credit risk assessment which together curb the risk of type I and type II errors.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Sr. Sagaya Mary B / Jul. 14, 2016
Every Organ of the body in so important, every member of the family or community is very important and every Human Being born on the Planet Earth is called to build a “Human Global Village’’.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Sameh A. Korma and Sobia Niazi / Jul. 14, 2016
Starch modification involves the alteration of the physical and chemical characteristics of the native starch to improve its functional characteristics. The purpose of the starch modification is to ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Nuru Hassen / Jul. 14, 2016
In a paper by Author Nuru Hassen the psychosocial, economic support services and demographic factors affecting the prognosis of schizophrenia was early age of onset, low level of education ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Xiaoyang Liu, Chao Liu, Wanping Liu / Jun. 15, 2016
High altitude platform station (HAPS) is a wireless repeater in the air. It can play a dominant role in observations, remote sensing and communication.
Economics & Management / By Md. Julfikar Ali / Jun. 15, 2016
Bangladesh is a developing country, the women of Bangladesh is rundown and victimized for many reasons it is an enthusiastic realization is that they are now hovering their activities to enable ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Dr. Khan Redzwan Habib / Jun. 15, 2016
In Scotland urinary bladder carcinoma is the fifth most common cause of cancer in men and fifteenth most common among women.
Economics & Management / By Liu Shaohua, Ma Yinbo / Jun. 15, 2016
The construction of information platform of industry association to promote the development of logistics industry, but the function and content of the logistics industry association need to be shown ...
Economics & Management / By Ma Yinbo / Jun. 15, 2016
Under the background of the coordinated development of beijing-tianjin-hebei, the beijing-tianjin-hebei logistics industry information development situation has a promoting effect on construction of ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Engr. L. A. Ajao, Engr. Dr. J. Agajo, Engr. Dr. J. G. Kolo, Mr. M. A. Adegboye and Mr. Y. Yusuf / Jun. 14, 2016
Bottom-up approaches to learn the complexity in embedded system circuit design and simulation are ease experiencing and rapid increase in technology implementation using learn-while-doing techniques.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Alireza Goodarzi / Jun. 14, 2016
It is obvious that for meat preservation, synthetic chemicals have been traditionally used to inhibit resident pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms in refrigerated products.
Arts, Literature & Linguistics / By Yingmin Guo / Jun. 14, 2016
The importance of short-term memory in interpreting has been clarified by many scholars while ignoring the role of long-term memory. The application of cognitive psychology in interpretation practice ...
Education / By Dr. Nkoyo B. Edem / Jun. 14, 2016
The emergence of information and communication Technology (ICT) has led to the development of electronic libraries in universities around the world.
Education / By Yuran Jin / Jun. 14, 2016
The innovation and entrepreneurship education reform in the business administration major of University of Science and Technology Liaoning has made a series of encouraging reform achievements.
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Dr. John Nwanegbo-Ben / Jun. 14, 2016
Scientists and practitioners of acts beyond the physical world of sensory experience such as prophets, psychics or faith healers have been seen from two dimensional levels by analysts of science and ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Md. Sahab Uddin / Jun. 14, 2016
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia that results in memory impairment and cognitive dysfunction due to progressive neurodegeneration.
Physics / By M. Cardoso et al. / Jun. 14, 2016
What is quantum chromodynamics theory? It is startling facts that modern physics can explain quantitatively small scale phenomena of quarks and leptons ( cm) through strong and weak interactions.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Shoko Gloriah, Nyavanga Jamael Eunice & Kimani Makobu / Jun. 14, 2016
A recent study conducted in Nairobi County, Kenya suggests that alcohol use is still rampant among secondary school students, with both boys and girls using alcohol and majority being boys.
Physics / By Mr. Soudip Sinha Roy / Jun. 13, 2016
Proposed theory imparts a biggest role to provide a great practical comparativeness on the relativity, among all the visible or invisible substances. This special relativity justifies, the existence ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Juntao Li and Xiaoqing Zhao / Jun. 13, 2016
Grab picking robots can replace the human vision and hands to identify the required goods automatically and to grasp it accurately, only to realize the unmanned picking-up in warehouse.
Electrical & Computer Science / By Xiaoyang Liu, Wanping Liu and Chao Liu / Jun. 13, 2016
Turbulence signal processing algorithm is proposed.Numerical calculation and theoretical analysis to complex mathematical nonlinear time-varying turbulence model.The curvilinear coordinate system is ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By John Abonongo and Dr. Albert Luguterah / Jun. 13, 2016
Actuaries have established a large range of models and techniques in order to carry out professed actuarial calculations.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Dr. Md. Shafiqul Islam / Jun. 12, 2016
Concentrations of various heavy metals exceeded the permissible limits in some commercially important fishes at Meghna River adjacent to Narsingdi district most probably poses serious human health ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Temesgen Bedassa Gudeta / Jun. 5, 2016
Jatropha has not really been domesticated; most of the Jatropha accessions are toxic, which renders the seedcake unsuitable for use as animal feed.
Physics / By Abdurrhman, A. Alroqi and Dr. Weiji Wang / Jun. 5, 2016
A puff of smoke appears from the main landing gear tires of heavy aircraft when they touch the runway. This is caused by the high slip between the stationary wheels and the runway. High slip causes a ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By A H M Saifuddin / Jun. 4, 2016
Hydrophobicity is an inherent problem for making a successful formulation using water insoluble drug and/or drugs with poor water solubility.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Gwana Adamu Mohammed and Umaru Buba Wakil / Jun. 4, 2016
Recent years, changes in climate have caused some impacts on human systems and natural, across water bodies, e.g. rivers, lakes, etc. causes some problems to agriculture and food security, especially ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Ranjit Biswas / Jun. 3, 2016
Region Mathematics is a new direction in Mathematics, providing a new shape to the existing super giant subject ‘Mathematics’ whatever volume of literature developed so far since the stone age of ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Ranjit Biswas / Jun. 3, 2016
This work (Part-2) is sequel to the first work (Part-1) on Region Mathematics (see the corresponding SciencePG Frontiers News Article). The subject Region Mathematics is a new direction in ...
Economics & Management / By Md. Masud Rana & Md. Julfikar Ali / Jun. 1, 2016
A country with hopping a springy prospect of amplification with giving the deliberation of digital means of advance.Vision -21 is the manifestation of the existing government of Bangladesh that ...
Physics / By Siva Prasad Kodukula / Jun. 1, 2016
Interpretation of Bio-force and other four fundamental forces of nature in the form of space time-New approach for Grand Unification Theory of physics. Application may motivate technologies like ...
Electrical & Computer Science / By Dr.hussain Awad / May 13, 2016
Governments try to be their universities more developing and competition through providing EERP systems, but developing as these systems need to provide quite budget depend on a number of ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Dr D. D. Gabaev / May 13, 2016
Those animals and plants that can survive and produce offspring at the junction of three climatic zones are the healthiest food for humans. Primorsky Krai, Russia, is one of the two places in the ...
Architecture & Civil Engineering / By Md. Masud Alom / May 12, 2016
Proper management of garment factory waste cut down or expels adverse impacts on the environment and human health and assistance economic upliftment and elevated quality of life.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Mr. Kitheka Joel Mwithui / May 12, 2016
Research has revealed non conventional sub-station technology as the way forward for rural electrification in developing countries where there are well established high voltage transmission line ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Maged Hussein / Apr. 19, 2016
Although everyone knows that seawater is salty, few know that even small variations in ocean surface salinity (i.e., concentration of dissolved salts) can have dramatic effects on the water cycle and ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By siddhartha sen / Apr. 18, 2016
Muscle energy technique is the advanced manual therapy technique widely used in the orthopaedic and sports medicine. This technique was used to improve the GIRD patients.
Physics / By Arghirescu Marius / Apr. 15, 2016
In a recent paper by author Dr. Eng. M. Arghirescu, was proposed a new variant of the known Bag Model of quark confining, based on a Bose-Einstein Condensate Model of nucleon resulted from a ...
Economics & Management / By Qristin Violinda / Apr. 12, 2016
In a recent paper by author Qristin Violinda, In the early 2013, the number of Indonesian cooperatives increased from 170.411 units in 2009 to 200.808 units.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Stephanie Santucci / Apr. 9, 2016
A case of Whipple's disease evades diagnosis for two years by mimicking palindromic rheumatoid arthritis.
Electrical & Computer Science / By Fortunatus Ezebuo / Apr. 6, 2016
Snake envenomation is a serious health concern throughout the world especially in tropical and sub-tropical regions.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Alireza Goodarzi / Apr. 3, 2016
It is obvious that ultraviolet irradiation could be lethal and mutagenic in a variety of organisms, including bacteria also damaged the DNA of cells, which prevents duplication and thereby cell ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Jozaa ALTamimi / Mar. 31, 2016
Most of vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre with the most important being inulin, β-glucan and lignans and effective compounds are concentrated in the bran and germ. Many studies have confirmed the ...
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering / By Tefera Tezera / Mar. 28, 2016
As said elsewhere the double burden of malnutrition is an emerging nutritional problem in countries that are in nutrition transition which has become a great concern.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Maria Machado / Mar. 25, 2016
There is a growing interest in measuring Physical Activity in older populations to enhance the understanding of its relationship with health, with a need for effective instruments to assess the ...
Education / By Zhaoliang Su / Mar. 23, 2016
Numerical solution to promote the quality of college education are experiencing a rapid increase especially after the Chinese government held China‘s 13th plan of five - year national development ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Priya Sharma / Mar. 21, 2016
The burden of chronic diseases is rapidly increasing worldwide.
Electrical & Computer Science / By Yuan-Fa Lee / Mar. 18, 2016
A practice communication design with Bluetooth LE technology based on Continua design guidelines V4.0.
Physics / By Paul Darbyshire / Mar. 15, 2016
In a recent papser, by author Dr. P. M. Darbyshire, a new matrix operator, named the n-dimensional Darbyshire operator, has been developed that makes use of n-dimensional Dirac matrices used to ...
Arts, Literature & Linguistics / By Quynh Thu Ho Trinh / Mar. 11, 2016
Love becomes more diversified and tangible in terms of sensory perceptions. The images of love emerge in English and Vietnamese poetry with many universalities and variations due to the features of ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Tebelay Dilnessa / Mar. 8, 2016
In vitro determination of antimicrobial resistance patterns of Staphylococcus aureus is critical for the selection of effective drugs for empirical treatment and to undertake control measures in the ...
Materials Science / By Juanxia Zhang / Mar. 5, 2016
Numerical testing to complex FRP reinforced concrete structure models of external loading are rapidly developed to describe and predict the failure process and final failure mode
Engineering & Technology / By Fikadu Getachew / Mar. 2, 2016
At the era of digital farming, we all were living in a digital simulation in a sense that reality is only virtual.
Physics / By Tariel Ebralidze / Feb. 29, 2016
Gelatin or other gel films dyed by azo dyes are the subject of a keen interest because of their possible application in the information optical recording, nonlinear optics, holography etc, that is ...
Physics / By Long Vu / Feb. 27, 2016
Capable of delivering airspeed up to about 10 times the speed of sound, Scramjet, which has been dubbed the future aircraft engine of the 21st century, is the new breakthrough of constantly ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Manfred Fehr / Feb. 25, 2016
Students can learn how to determine and manage their impact on the municipal environment by interpreting utility bills, finding customers for recyclable discards and setting targets for themselves in ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By lingyun gao / Feb. 23, 2016
Twice daily Qishenyiqi Dripping Pill(QDP), one type of new traditional Chinese medicine, 1000mg for the patients with COPD ,It can improve the lung founction of COPD.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By stephen emmanuel / Feb. 20, 2016
Abandoned mechanic workshop is on the increase in Nigeria hence, reclamation of the abandoned mechanic workshop soil has become imperative for use in agriculture and restoration of aesthetic value of ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Yousif Elhassaneen / Feb. 19, 2016
Agricultural and food industries in the Arab world represent a large proportion of waste was estimated at18.14 million tons per year and represent remnants of fruits and vegetables manufacture about ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Cristoforo Filetti / Feb. 18, 2016
The technical execution of the main skills: reflection on the analytic methodology. Shoots and crosses are often paired to the previous high intensity to have success; dribbles, passes, interceptions ...
Economics & Management / By S M Nekmahmud Argon / Feb. 17, 2016
Ethics is the code of conduct of Business. It is a highly significant considerable issue in case of any advertising. But the uses or degree of competition of unethical practices of advertising are ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Mahmoud Rezagholi / Feb. 15, 2016
Rational decisions on the proposed studies of the work environment are made in the basis of an economic evaluation, where both costs and value of information to be produced are estimated in advance.
Arts, Literature & Linguistics / By Giulio Benedetti / Feb. 12, 2016
A new theory in the philosophy of language accounts for the semantics of all grammatical elements in extra-linguistic terms, i.e., operations within cognitive functions (amongst which those of ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Abdullahi Shittu / Feb. 8, 2016
The water quality is one of the major concern in Nigeria and developing countries as a whole especially the radioactivity concentration because it pose a serious threat to human health. Water ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Paul Darbyshire / Feb. 5, 2016
Numerical simulations of the dynamics of magnetic nanoparticles in newly formed microvascular networks surrounding solid tumours can be greatly improved using parallel algorithms
Physics / By oleg olkhov / Feb. 1, 2016
What is an electron? What is an electromagnetic field? The geometrical interpretation of these notions is suggested and this can be considered as a step to the establishing of geometrical paradigm in ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Daouda Cisse / Jan. 27, 2016
Probably because of inequalities in health, tooth decay is present in areas of endemic fluorosis, despite the known and expected role of fluoride in strengthening the tooth against acid produced by ...
Physics / By Jasonh Cole / Jan. 26, 2016
It’s theoretically possible that the big bang produced matter and Tachyon matter rather than matter-antimatter. The quantum entanglement of two universes explains the effect of Dark Energy and Dark ...
Transportation & Logistics / By Bandula Dahanayake / Jan. 25, 2016
Is the time relative? Is the time a function of space on a moving body? Is there a space-time? Are the Maxwell’s equations relative? Is the propagation of light relative? Is the universe expanding ...
Transportation & Logistics / By Bandula Dahanayake / Jan. 22, 2016
Does the time dilate when a body is moving? Does the mass dilate when a body is in motion? Does the gravity bend light? Does the principle of equivalence that the general relativity is based on hold ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Maryam Rassouli / Jan. 20, 2016
Ehrlichia ewingii, Anaplasma phagocytophilum and hemotropic Mycoplasma spp. are three tick-borne bacteria which can infect different dog’s blood cells.
Education / By James Sifuna / Jan. 16, 2016
Modern ab initio methods have proved to predict with high level of accuracy the ground state properties of materials. Computation results also tend to be in agreement with the available experimental ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Muhammad Zakir / Jan. 15, 2016
Thermophiles and especially thermophilic enzymes have to date gained a great deal of interest both as analytical tools, and as biocatalysts for application in large scale.
Physics / By Alexander Antonov / Jan. 13, 2016
Since all the universes of our invisible Multiverse are mutually invisible, it is obvious that physical objects, as the distance to portal entrances connecting them increases, gradually become ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Alamgir Hossain / Jan. 9, 2016
The estimation of size-specific effective dose is performed during CT scan of brain of patients using Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) 16 cm reference phantom for treatment planning, included pediatric ...
Economics & Management / By Rajib Uddin / Jan. 7, 2016
Three young researchers from Bangladesh have set up a simple yet unique measure of organizational capability; the capability to deliver quality products and services to its customers.
Physics / By Stephen Opoku-Duah / Jan. 4, 2016
Despite the well-known improvements in conventional water treatment technologies over the last half-century, there still remain concerns about harmful effects of residual water treatment chemicals on ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Paul Darbyshire / Dec. 31, 2015
The use of supercomputing technology to build realistic 3D models of tumour dynamics could allow us to develop new targeted therapy treatments and advanced medical imaging techniques.
Physics / By ghada kadry / Dec. 30, 2015
One of the most readily available and economical sources of energy is fossil fuels. While abundant and inexpensive, fossil fuels are a finite source of energy that some estimates state will last only ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Ndipowa James Attangeur Chimfutumba / Dec. 29, 2015
For more than two decades Cameroon has been experiencing serious challenges with regards to infection prevention and the fight against epidemics.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Ermias Greffie / Dec. 21, 2015
Toxic and metabolic causes were identified to be the commonest causes of coma in a hospital in a developing country.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Redwanur Rahman / Dec. 20, 2015
Often people underestimate leprosy with skin diseases and use ointment mostly as a first step treatment. Their lack of knowledge halts them to get proper treatment.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Jiokap Nono Yvette / Dec. 19, 2015
The agricultural activity in Cameroon generates a great amount of wastes which are often abandoned in the nature with heavy consequences on the environment.
Economics & Management / By Hans W. Gottinger / Dec. 18, 2015
The study of innovation based competition has often considered aspects related to patent races and incremental product-process innovation to achieve distinctive advantage.
Engineering & Technology / By Osman Yaşar / Dec. 17, 2015
There appears to be a natural mechanism, as fundamental as E= mc2 in physics and as pervasive as natural selection in biology, by which everything seems to form and evolve, including ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Belachew Melese / Dec. 16, 2015
To know the magnitude of car accident and to predict the impact of car accidents on health and economic development in Ethiopia and to take the measurements to reduce the crash of car accidents by ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Olusola Ogunseye / Dec. 15, 2015
Air pollution in public spaces especially motor parks in Ibadan, Nigeria has become a public health issue due to emissions from vehicles in those motor parks and studies have shown that exposure to ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Harish Kumar Sharma / Dec. 14, 2015
Drug users perceive more stress in their life that make them vulnerable for such behavior to reduce stress. However this behavior is not the response observed uniformly in every individual.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Paul Darbyshire / Dec. 12, 2015
A recent paper, by author Dr. P. M. Darbyshire, shows how complex mathematical models describing tumour growth dynamics can be numerically solved in a fraction of the time of standard computational ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Hossam Ismael / Dec. 11, 2015
The pollution phenomenon locally known as “Black cloud” over Cairo has been attributed to many reasons among which are biomass burning, local emission and long range transport during the fall season.
Arts, Literature & Linguistics / By Zhifeng Kang / Dec. 9, 2015
The synergism strategies of STM in professional training can solve MTI interpreters’ problems in attention, concentration, selection, capacity and encoding during SI practices, and promote the ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Ma. Abubakar Siddik / Dec. 8, 2015
Sesame (Sesamum indicum L) seed yield is not enough as other oil crops due to lack of sufficient knowledge on management practices in Bangladesh. The tactic as foliar application of auxin ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Ismail Abu-Zinada / Dec. 3, 2015
Soil amendment with humic acid is widely used to decrease the chemical fertilization rate on potato crop and other horticultural crops.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Carina Francisca Argüelles / Dec. 1, 2015
The study of genetic relationships among southernmost populations of the tree species Calophyllum brasiliense could be indicating past connections between the Amazonic and the Atlantic forests ...
Education / By Slavoljub Hilčenko / Nov. 28, 2015
The educational system has got to develop a very different culture of learning to the one in place at the moment. One such country where change is taking place at a slow pace is Serbia with it ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Naty Mamuye / Nov. 26, 2015
In 2010 the World Health Organization dedicated the Word Health Day to urbanization and health, highlighting the impacts of urban living on physical and mental health. This is because it is ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Faroug Mhmd / Nov. 24, 2015
Iodine is an element and mineral, is an essential constituent of human diet. Iodine is also called “micronutrient” because its requirement is in very small amount by our body. Iodide is well absorbed ...
Engineering & Technology / By HLA MYO TUN / Nov. 21, 2015
LED technology initiates in the same art of engineering that gave us mobile phones, computers and all modern electronics equipment based on quantum phenomena.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Prince Nnadozie / Nov. 19, 2015
In Nigeria, the major cause of infection or death has been attributed to consumption of polluted water. The employment of Membrane Filtration technique has shown that two water bodies in Port ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Charles Duodu / Nov. 18, 2015
Prevalence of overweight and obesity is increasing in various populations, and is becoming a huge problem among occupational or professional groups that are perceived as sedentary worldwide.
Engineering & Technology / By Chandani Desai / Nov. 16, 2015
Oxidative stress is thought to play a key role in a variety of diseases including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and with the increase in the ...
Economics & Management / By S M Nekmahmud Argon / Nov. 14, 2015
In the age of information communication technology (ICT) uses of mobile phone or cell phone is increasing & Business environment of Bangladesh is becoming more competitive day by day. Most of the ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By CHRIS MUCHWANJU / Nov. 13, 2015
Crime in Kenya unfortunately is on the rise with Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa and Kisumu being the majorly affected towns.
Engineering & Technology / By Richard Kotei / Nov. 12, 2015
The sumanpa catchment, as recently reported by Dr. R. Kotei and friends, is well endowed with water resources, but the availability changes markedly from season to season, year to year, the ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Evelyn Bentil / Nov. 10, 2015
Psychotherapeutic techniques could be utilized to identify barriers to psychological help seeking behavior and to address these barriers effectively in order to improve the psychological help seeking ...
Engineering & Technology / By Shaikh Shamim Hasan / Nov. 9, 2015
Besides their home work, Bangladeshi women have higher rate of participation in different income generating activities (IGAs) which yields higher income to them. They opined that income from IGAs ...
Economics & Management / By Hans W. Gottinger / Nov. 7, 2015
The study of innovation based competition has often considered aspects related to patent races and incremental product-process innovation to achieve distinctive advantage.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Ermias Greffie / Nov. 6, 2015
The proportion of stroke due to intracerebral hemorrhage is higher in developing countries. This is explained by the difference in risk factor profile with hypertension being the single most common ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Shao Wei Cheng / Nov. 5, 2015
Many studies have been designed to investigate the effect of acne on the quality of life among adolescents and the related risk factors, but few have been undertaken to research perceives of acne ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Marwa Gouda / Nov. 4, 2015
Reflux esophagitis, Esophageal stricture, and esophageal cancer; the three common causes of esophageal dysphagia in Egyptian population.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Azab Elsayed Azab / Nov. 3, 2015
It is recommended that the heavy smokers should be advised to take rosemary as a natural source of antioxidant to prevent the hepatorenal toxicity induced by nicotine.
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Yohanis Birhanu / Nov. 2, 2015
In urban areas of Ethiopia in general and particularly in Jigjiga Town for growing complexities of solid waste management issue, public participation has come to the forefront in academic analysis ...
Transportation & Logistics / By Arezu Jahanshir / Oct. 31, 2015
Combination of Relativity Theory and Flutter Phenomenon in Supersonic Aerospace-Crafts.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Dr. Nawa Raj Subba / Oct. 30, 2015
A recent research conducted in south-eastern districts of Nepal suggests that Rajbanshi mothers those who suffer from abortion or still birth or have lost a baby called pithiya and chhatka are the ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Justin R Nayagam / Oct. 29, 2015
Sprouting Value Index (SVI) proposed by Justin R Nayagam is the first equation for assessing the quality of clonal vegetative planting material in the field of cultivation. There are several ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Felix Masok / Oct. 28, 2015
Energy is deposited in material concerned as radiation passes through matter, the ionised atoms and molecules cause chemical changes in the material. Cancer a disease cause by the division of ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Miguel Uamusse / Oct. 27, 2015
Hydropower energy is one of most promising clean energy technologies, however this energy technologies has many challenges if compare other renewable energy for example Biomass, solar, wind energy ...
Education / By Kiyoung Kim / Oct. 26, 2015
The qualitative experience is to provide a new understanding of phenomenon for diversity and in terms of chaotic reality within the post-modern society.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Md. Shawquat Ali Khan / Oct. 23, 2015
Soybean is grown in coastal region of the southern part in Bangladesh under rainfed conditions due to absence of precipitations during the growing season. The crop experiences different degrees of ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Norbert Nwankwo / Oct. 22, 2015
Pharmacists and manufacturers of pharmaceuticals such as medications and vaccines can now use computers to assess the activities, efficacies, pharmacological properties, resistance, and several other ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Paul Darbyshire / Oct. 21, 2015
By having a detailed understanding of the hardware architecture of computer processors it is possible to dramatically improve parallel implementations of solutions to many complex mathematical tumour ...
Physics / By Alexander Antonov / Oct. 19, 2015
It is shown that dark matter and dark energy correspond to the rest of parallel universes of the invisible Multiverse, except for ours.
Materials Science / By OMONIYI MOSES / Oct. 17, 2015
The use of kenaf fiber as reinforcement in cement mortar and concrete has not only improved the compressive strength and durability of mortar, it also serves as a useful way of mitigating the ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Abdurohman Yessuf / Oct. 14, 2015
Black Cumin is an amazing and highly potential in Curing of different ailments. For centuries, the Black Seed herb and oil has been used by millions of people in Asia, Middle East, and ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By PHILIP WORLANYO DUGBLEY / Oct. 13, 2015
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) have over the years played critical roles in nutrient cycling and are therefore the main pathway through which most plants obtain mineral nutrients and as such, are ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By ahmed abumossalam / Oct. 12, 2015
Every so often, radiographic techniques stand for assistance and headship of clinicians in the combat of diagnosis and management. Transthoracic ultrasound guided transbronchial lung biopsy ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Paul Darbyshire / Oct. 10, 2015
Numerical solutions to complex mathematical models of tumour growth dynamics are experiencing a rapid increase in execution using parallel processing techniques.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Md. Nazmul Haque / Oct. 9, 2015
High arsenic (As) contamination of surface and groundwater occurs worldwide and irrigation with As-enriched groundwater is therefore the main pathway to accumulate significant amount of As into a ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Julius Nyerere / Oct. 8, 2015
Road traffic injuries have been reported to be a major cause of death and disability in Kenya posing a serious public health concern for the developing country. Interestingly the total cost ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Marcellin Guiaro Ndoe / Oct. 7, 2015
The presence of an error in a stage of the transfusion chain can have serious consequences to the recipient of blood or the blood products. If the blood transfusion can save the lives, it also ...
Mathematics & Statistics / By Abdul-Sattar Jaber Al-Saif / Oct. 6, 2015
The new method is developing to the issue of differential qadrature method (DQM) by entering the upwind mechanism on convection terms and using splitting scheme.
Medicine, Health & Food / By samah ibrahim / Oct. 3, 2015
Researchers have discovered a significant link between the pregnant women’s exposure to low doses of Atrazine and increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes such as miscarriage, intrauterine growth ...
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Biology and Life Sciences / By Azab El Saied Azab / Sep. 28, 2015
It is recommended that the use of sodium nitrite must be limited and use of propolis as antioxidant to prevent the haematotoxicity, dyslipidemia, and atherogenic effects.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Teklit Gebregiorgis Amabye / Sep. 26, 2015
The morniga olefera available in Ethiopia highly used high medicinal value than other continents for the treatment of various diseases and is available without a medical prescription, often in the ...
Biology and Life Sciences / By Dr.Md.Hemayatul Islam / Sep. 26, 2015
The maximum 30.6% diseases came from infectious source, lowest 0.7% was connected with poisonous concern in small ruminants and 10.2 % involved in reproductive component in small ruminants in ...
Engineering & Technology / By Adeleke Adedayo / Sep. 25, 2015
Actually, knowledge is evolutionary in nature and most times it can happen that one knowledge serves as the basis of the other.
Mathematics & Statistics / By Tilahun Ferede Asena / Sep. 25, 2015
A recent research suggests that childhood malnutrition in Gamo Gofa zone has downward trend in the proportion of children underweight and malnutrition over the past two decades.
Arts, Literature & Linguistics / By Krasimira Fileva-Ruseva / Sep. 25, 2015
The absolute musical pitch is an inborn, but not an anatomic peculiarity of human hearing. A serious proof of this is a case of unilateral labyrinthopathy. Although both the internal ear and the ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Zohrab Melikyan / Sep. 22, 2015
At preset stage solar water heaters are not worthy to be praised. Instead of that much cheaper and more efficient constructions of solar water heaters should be developed.
Physics / By Ahmed Hussein / Sep. 22, 2015
The collisional pumping by electrons is one of the main two methods to produce X-ray laser. This method is depending on hitting target ions (in the present case the target is the Sn ion) by an ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By tayebeh sadegh / Sep. 22, 2015
Organizations' attempt in promoting psychological capital and psychological empowerment and encouraging OCB would have crucial role in improvement of knowledge sharing behavior in organizations.
Biology and Life Sciences / By Tamer Abdel-Wahab / Sep. 22, 2015
The increase in mineral nitrogen fertilizers prices and environmental concerns, which produces significant increases in grain yield or even total yield gains, is one of the main constraints in semi ...
Earth, Energy & Environment / By Mohamed Ghorab / Sep. 22, 2015
The group of organophosphates (OPs) pesticides is considered the most used chemical group in pest management. It was discovered in the 1930s and the compounds were developed to pesticide in the ...
Physics / By Leong Ying / Sep. 22, 2015
One theory has lit up the cosmic skies with predictions and calculations that can be compared to measureable data to prove the guilt or innocence of the facts. That theory is based on the ultimate ...
Social Sciences & Psychology / By Pier Matteo Barone / Sep. 22, 2015
Archaeological Sciences represent the interface between archaeology and the natural and physical sciences, and they are nowadays a fundamental part of modern archaeological research.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Perkins Muredzi / Sep. 22, 2015
Whey proteins have an interesting nutritional value and possess several functional properties important for biofilm formation. Whey proteins are of high quality, since they have all the essential ...
Economics & Management / By Burak Omer Saracoglu / Sep. 20, 2015
A new experimental research study on private small hydropower plant investments DEXi decision aiding model supported by Carrot2 improved appropriateness of decisions in real world.
Medicine, Health & Food / By Md. Reyad-ul Ferdous / Sep. 20, 2015
Nature is the vital sources of microorganisms similarly potential sourced of remedies to treat against those diseases. Recent investigation focused on natural remedies to develop potential moieties ...
Physics / By Takaaki Musha / Sep. 20, 2015
New research suggests that high performance of the human brain is possible when the inner medium of a microtubules cylinder possesses the characteristics of a "metamaterial", with negative refractive ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Mohammed Zerf / Sep. 20, 2015
The health requires a good reflection of the actors and decision makers (Yves Géry, 2012). Where our find Background theorical based on the site by (Steven B. Karch, MD, FFFLM, 2006) that the ...
Physics / By M Tajuddin / Sep. 20, 2015
The universe has ultimate principle known as unified force on which the universe is working. The unified force is deep rooted to the formation of the universe. The elementary particles spherically ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Fatma Ibrahim / Sep. 20, 2015
Nurses need to have the knowledge and skills to employ an effective approach to respond to critical situations. Nurses’ knowledge, attitudes, practices and familiarity regarding disaster and ...
Medicine, Health & Food / By Ilker Ilhanli / Sep. 20, 2015
Pain relief starts earlier in the treatment regimens including conventional and brief-intense Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) where the acupuncture-like TENS have long term effects ...
Economics & Management / By MALIHE ROSTAMI / Sep. 20, 2015
There was a positive relationship between the level of profit and the ability to forecast profits. The ability to forecast profits in the short-term and long-term profits was more than median profit.
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