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Greetings from IJOMAS Nepal!
It is my great pleasure to write this mail to you.
International Journal of Microbiology and allied sciences (IJOMAS)
has already published three (1) volumes and the next issue is on the way. Author(s) from 15 different countries including Nepal could successfully publish their research works in the past volumes.
Please see the IJOMAS archive for the details of each papers and author(s)
Within a very short period of time, IJOMAS could make an academic relationship (author, reviewer, member and advisor) with experts from about 40 different countries.
IJOMAS is indexed in Academic keys, Open academic Journal Index, Directory of Research Journal Indexing
Still, IJOMAS is expanding and would like to spread its wings all over and make further relationship with researchers/experts/academicians of the globe. Therefore, I humbly request you to write your interest on IJOMAS at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GlobalNet21 would be interested in having some volunteers who would like to help us run some of our webinars by being a facilitator.
On this theme-site, the world lecurte project (wlp)° collects videos related to the question how popuation growth impacts on many aspects of our life including climate change. Hans Rosling explains, why we have to reduce the gap between rich and poor to confront climate change. Moreover, you can watch perspectives and analysis from Asia, Africa, Australia, America and Europe on climate change and population growth.
Join the webinar "Population, Climate Change and Sustainability" on May 8th 7.30pm UK time This webinar will look at population growth and how it impacts on many aspects of our life including climate change and ask if it is sustainable and what can be done. Register for the webinar here >>
FISH FOR FIGHTING MALNUTRITION
Anandan R, Ganesan B, Suseela Mathew, Niladri S Chatterjee, Asha KK, Srinivasa Gopal TK
Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin-682029
Though it is bitter to accept, nutrient deficient diets are a fact of everyday life for hundreds of millions of children. Malnutrition is is a pathology caused principally by a lack of essential nutrients which not only causes growth to falter, but also increases susceptibility to common diseases such as common cold or bout of diarrhea, which can kill a malnourished child. Food that cannot provide the right blend of energy including high-quality protein, essential fats, and carbohydrates as well as vitamins and minerals definitely impair growth and development, increase the risk of death from common childhood illness, or result in life-long health consequences. The fortified cereals presently scattered through food aid do not meet these minimal standard requirements.
Anandan R, Suseela Mathew, Ganesan B, Niladri S Chatterjee, Asha KK
Biochemistry & Nutrition Division, Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin-682029
Ocean, the biggest wonder in the universe, covers almost three quarters of the surface of earth. It is not only a great source of a lot of beautiful living and non-living things, but also a treasure of plenty of substances, which are beneficial in all facets of our lifestyle and in our needs of day-to-day life. Marine organisms produce many bioactive substances, which are having a lot of potential biomedical and pharmaceutical applications.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
Democracy in Transformation
On this theme-site, (wlp)° collects videos related to the question how we can recreate and renew democracy so that it can once again connect with citizens.
David Wasdell of the Apollo-Gaia Project will present this Webinar. David is internationally known and has argued that the all-too-real possibility that the whole earth system is being triggered by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions into positive feedback and consequent accelerated runaway global heating is much more serious than many believe.
Are there any WAYS members based in Brazil that would like to participate at the World Science Forum (WSF) taking place in Rio de Janeiro from November 24th until 27th?
The WSF is the "Davos of Science", where scientists, policy makers, representatives of civil society, industry and many other organizations discussed about state-of-the-art scientific topics. This year the topic is "Global Sustainable Development".
There are still a few places (invitation only) available for innovative, active and committed young scientists. Preferentially, you should be based in Rio de Janeiro or close to the main place of the WSF.
You can find more information about the WSF here: http://www.sciforum.hu/
If you would like to participate please write me until Friday 15th November to: email@example.com
In recognition of the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the Plan of Action of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), UNESCO, in cooperation with ITU, UNDP and UNCTAD, will be hosting the first WSIS+10 Review meeting from 25-27 February 2013. The event will assess progress made and future ICT trends, with particular emphasis on the opportunities of the new information and communication environment, and the challenges of this environment, such as inequality in access to information and communication and reinforcing the importance of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the international development agenda.
Thermodynamic, FTIR, 1H-NMR, and acoustic studies of butylated hydroxyanisole and sodium dodecyl sulfate in ethanol, water ricMon, 14/01/2013 - 5:06pm | by varunmilton
In this present work, we report the conductance, FTIR as well as 1H NMR analysis for well known synthetic 22
antioxidant; butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and anionic surfactant; sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). From 23
the cmc and Xcmc values as a function of temperature, various thermodynamic parameters have been evalu- 24
ated viz: (a) the standard enthalpy change (ΔH°m), (b) standard entropy change (ΔS°m), and (c) standard 25
Gibbs energy change (ΔG°m). Utilizing the spectroscopic analysis, chemical shift/frequency was accounted 26
in different conditions indicative of SDS molecule binding to BHA. Furthermore, the acoustic properties in 27
three different compositions of ethanol containing water i.e. 100% (pure ethanol), 70% v/v (ethanol rich), 28
and 30% v/v (water rich) solutions were also determined at three temperatures at an interval of 5 °C 29
(25 °C, 30 °C, and 35 °C). Specifically, the density (ρ), ultrasonic velocity (u) and viscosity (η) as function 30
The book Advanced Aspects of Spectroscopy, ISBN 978-953-51-0715-6, edited by Dr. Muhammad Akhyar Farrukh has been released online.
The permanent web address can be reached by clicking on the link
The term “biodiversity informatics” may not set the average person’s heart aflutter. Yet, this emerging field is revolutionizing conservation efforts, public health and agriculture in parts of the world. Now, a researcher at the University of Kansas is ready to bring comprehensive training in biodiversity informatics to students and scientists across Africa.
“Biodiversity informatics is about how to develop, integrate and use information about life on Earth,” said Town Peterson, University Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and curator in the Biodiversity Institute. “We have a lot of raw data about biodiversity, which is to say we know places where particular species have been seen. But turning those raw data into usable information is a much bigger challenge.”