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Wesam Ahmed Tawfik
For the first Time in Egypt: 2 workshops in 1 workshop for two days;30 and 31 July 2016
The first workshop is about practical preparation of magnetite nanopartiles and the other is a practical application of Nanobiophotonics in Quantum healing and bioresonance using EMAGO device.
Details of the first day is as follows:
Naqaa Nanotechnology Network is organizing a Practical Workshop in the Magnetite nanoparticles preparation for one day on Saturday 30 July from
10:30 am till 3:30pm which will contains lectures about different applications of magnetite nanoparticles and practical preparation of
Magnetite Nanoparticles
Important: Don't forget to get your lab coat with you for the practical part
Spaces will be limited to 15 participants, so we ask attendees to register ahead of time
The Second day about practical application of nanobiophotonics and will be presented and demonstrated by Engineer Tarek ElAfandy, Former IT manager at AUC
Fees is 300 EGP for Naqaa members
350 for others
150 USD for Foreigners
Fees include: Lectures on CD+ Practical part +Coffee break+ lunch break for 2 days+ Certificate.

Certificates will be accredited by NNN
For more information please call 01098915757, 01115831621
Those who would like to register:
Just send us an email at naqaafoundation@gmail.com containing:

1- Your full triple name as you want in Certificate

2- Your position

3-Your mobile

4-your email

Subject of email:Practical Workshops
email message: I want to attend

Workshop place:
5 شارع أحمد أمجد متفرع من شارع المنشية- ميدان الساعة - الطلبية - فيصل - جيزة

Best regards
Amir Hossein Rahdari
Thinking the Twenty-First Century: Ideas for the New Political Economy (2015) Author: Malcolm McIntosh (Book Review)
Free download available by Elsevier:
http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1T9Le3PVEeyQaQ
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Mahendra Kumar Trivedi
Is Alternative approach improve the yield and growth characteristics of Eggplant and Watermelon?

Eggplant and watermelon are one of the important vegetative crops have grown worldwide. Here in my research study, I used to analyze the overall growth of both the inbreed crops varieties after the influence of an alternative approach known as “Biofield energy treatment”

Due to Biofield energy treatment, Eggplant shows a uniform colored, glossy and greener leaves, which was bigger in size etc. Also, the watermelon plant shows higher survival rate, with larger canopy, bright and dark green leaves.
I am here sharing my research and would really appreciate your feedback or views on this impact of The Biofield Treatment.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/296686938_Molecular_Analysis_of_Biofield_Treated_Eggplant_and_Watermelon_Crops

Kindest Regards,
Mahendra Kumar Trivedi
Kenia Gabriela Bernal Gonzalez
Valeria Rosales
Dhananjay Deshpande
Dear Sir / Madam,

Season’s Greetings,

I hope this message finds you well.

I am glad to inform you that our team is in process of publishing "Handbook of Research on Knowledge Management Principles in Academic Research" with the International Publication - IGI Global, USA.

We welcome the 'Call for Chapter Proposals' for this Handbook of Research.

Final Deadline for chapter proposal submission: 31st March 2016.

Please go through the following web links for more details:

http://researchhandbook.wix.com/publications

http://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/2031#.VnQxA30Zi1s.facebook

If You are comfortable with and find expertise in the given theme of this Handbook of Research then you can contribute in this Book as an author of this book's chapter. You have to submit the Chapter Proposal through above given link as per given guidelines in - Propose a Chapter.

Please you can pass this mail to concern peer researchers (Students, Research scholars, Universities, Research Institutes, R&D Centers, Knowledge Management Professionals, Knowledge Management System, ERP Vendors, knowledge Management Research Groups Knowledge Transfer Networks and so on.) who can contribute a lot with their innovative ideas and research.

Thanking you!

Note: No any charges for this publication.

Regards,

Mr. Dhananjay S. Deshpande,
(Assistant Professor, SICSR, Pune, Maharashtra (INDIA))
Dr. Narayan P. Bhosale,
(Assistant Professor, CUK, Gulbarga, Karnataka (INDIA))
Mr. Rajesh J. Londhe,

"Handbook of Research on Knowledge Management Principles in Academic Research"
Editors

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Mahendra Kumar Trivedi
Biofield treatment makes Anisole a stable solvent for organic synthesis & for various industrial applications..
Here i am sharing my research:
http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/thermal-spectroscopic-and-chemical-characterization-of-biofield-energytreated-anisole-2161-0401-1000152.pdf
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Ashutosh Arora
Hi everyone. Just joined now.. Belated Happy New year to All....I need any research paper on natural human parthenogenetically born living offspring...can
anyone help pls ?...Thanks in advance
Alice Branton
Hi friends , An interesting scientific paper i got , so i'm sharing with you guys
scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=biotech.0000.42176.42176&linkid=pdf
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lisa ab
how to backup android phone contacts to computer?
lisa ab
lisa ab Coolmuster Android Assistant could backup almost all of your android phone contacts to computer, and we can also use it to manage android phone contacts on computer easily. http://www.android-sms-recovery.com/android-sms-manager.html
30th November
Vipul Gupta
Vipul Gupta why do you need to make a backup on computer, when you can access all the contacts from your google contacts? All the phone contacts get synced to your google contacts.
30th November
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Marko Petek
We've just started a Kickstarter campaign for sciNote, the first free, open source and easy-to-use scientific electronic notebook. With sciNote you can organize your scientific data and safely store it in one place.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2039813795/scinote-open-source-scientific-notebook
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Maurice Vanderfeesten
Report from OECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers(2015), with the fancy title "Making Open Science a Reality" doi:10.1787/5jrs2f963zs1-en

This report tries to define open science, and then present some commonalities about open science in policy documents across the OECD countries. It has a nice executive summary.

Perhaps this can be useful for the members in this group to refer to or reuse some of the pro-open science arguments, when talking to policymakers, boards of directors, financers; more in general endorsers of your projects.

Rationales on pro-Open Science can be found in box 1.1, page 18, are based on hopes, believes and promises, based on the inversed hypothesis of the traditional situation. However being pro-open science also has a certain heroic appeal in the current zeitgeist: transparency vs secrecy. :)
Michael Strack
Another cool paper on reproducibility: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7007/13/88

This paper (and other replication papers like it) is really just calling for a more structured approach to meta-research. Scientific progress has *always* relied on the continual testing, updating, expansion, defining and delimiting of theories and hypotheses, the interplay between different investigators and explanations as incrementally more evidence comes to light. This has, however, proceeded in an ad-hoc, patchy manner - this paper calls for a more structured approach by communicating a sensible taxonomy of replication types, with a particular focus on the blind spot created by slightly broken incentives: close replication. It's good.
Miklos Petravich
Miklos Petravich Great, thanks!
2nd November
EuroScientist magazine
Do you think that conferences should become an open access activity?

We asked Nicholas Rowe in EuroScientist magazine. In his view, if conferences were to be made virtually accessible on a global scale and their content made available via open access, this would thus enable greater exposure of information, and offer a greater potential for its use.

http://www.euroscientist.com/opening-up-conference-discussions-to-the-virtual-community/

And you, what do you think?
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EuroScientist magazine
About Open Science, you might be interested to know that there is a Special Issue dedicated to this topic in EuroScientist, a free online magazine dealing with the issues affecting scientists and researchers across Europe: http://www.euroscientist.com/science-2-0/
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Dr Vikash bhardwaj
Worldwide, there is an issue of irreproducibility in life science research. In the USA alone $28 billion per year spent on preclinical research is not reproducible. Within this opinion article, I provide a brief historical account of the discovery of the Watson-Crick DNA model and introduce another neglected model of DNA. This negligence may be one of the fundamental reasons behind irreproducibility in molecular biology research. checkout Villain of Molecular Biology: Why are we not reproducible in research?http://f1000research.com/articles/4-438/v1

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