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CALLING PAPERS FOR VOLUME-2, ISSUE-1, MARCH-2012

(For Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics and Telecommunication, Mechanical Engineering, and Civil Engineering)

Dear Researcher,

GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE WORLD, WHICH WILL CHANGE THINKING OF MANKIND (text 2)

GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE WORLD, WHICH

WILL CHANGE THINKING OF MANKIND


 Chapter  II

Where the stars look

 

WSF 2011

Day 1 of the WSF.
I arrived in beautiful Budapest yesterday morning and met fellow WAYS members at the hotel we are staying at. It was really good to meet people in the flesh that I had only 'spoken' to via email. I also met an old friend, Mo Matemedi, whom I had last seen in 2007 in Lyon. As usual it was a late night, as one would expect when a diverse group of people come together.
Today I am sitting in the first plenary, listening to speeches. Waiting to hear what the UN Secretary General has to say.

UNESCO-TWAS Associateship scheme

Email from Fabrizia Niscio (Ms.)

Dear Scientist,

The TWAS-UNESCO Associateship Scheme enables competent researchers from
the developing countries to visit participating centres of excellence in
the South for research collaboration. An associate is appointed for
three years during which s/he can visit a selected centre twice for 2-3
months each time. Over 100 centres participate in the scheme.

TWAS provides travel support for the associates and a contribution
towards subsistence costs up to
USD300 per month while living expenses are covered by the host centres.

Applicants must hold a PhD or equivalent degree. Special consideration
is given to scientists from isolated institutions in developing
countries. Women scientists are especially encouraged to apply.

Attached please find the application form. More information, including
the list of participating centres, can be found at:
http://twas.ictp.it/prog/exchange/res-collab/assoc

World youngest pharmacutical scientist

Farooq adil Abbasi is world youngest pharmaceutical scientist . He started his research when he was just of 19 years . He worked on foot corns and first time in history he treated corns with salts and he became the pioneer of salt therapy in treatment of corns. still he is working hard to prove his self now he is of 22 years . I request all my friends for recommendation of Farooq at international level for award from WHO.

Thanks

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AAPNA's 4th Annual International Ayurveda Conference - Skin, Spa & Beauty Through Ayurveda

AAPNA's 4th International Ayurveda Conference 2012

The Westin Los Angeles Airport, CA 90045, USA

September 14- 16, 2012

Skin, Spa & Beauty Through Ayurveda

Website: www.aapna.org

Contact: Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla

Phone: 484.347.6110

Email: contact@aapna.org

Register online as a Participant:
https://fs9.formsite.com/sudhashekhar/form15/secure_index.html?131164571...

Register online as a Presenter:
http://fs9.formsite.com/sudhashekhar/form14/index.html?1311645958475

Register online as a Sponsor & Exhibitor:
http://fs9.formsite.com/sudhashekhar/form16/index.html?1311645771508

Register online hotel accommodation:
https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb/booking/reservation?id=110...

Join us in Post Conference Cruise to Mexico (7 days)
http://www.aapna.org/Post%20Conference%202012%20Cruise.pdf

Sponsor plaque for award winners:
https://fs9.formsite.com/sudhashekhar/form223402318/secure_index.html

Looking for Funding?

Hi All, Just to let you know about Euraxess, an EC initiative to increase mobility of researchers, in case you haven't heard about it. It includes a database of research jobs across Europe (not just EU member states) and info about fellowships too. The Euraxess-UK website also has a database of schemes for other types of international collaboration, for example funding for short research exchanges. Go to www.euraxess.org.uk  or http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/  for the European-wide site. Claire

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Re: Journal Promotion: The Journal of Caribbean Students' Research (ISSN: 0799-3048)

Dear Fellow Pursuers on the scientific quest for truth, Seasoned Scientists, Professionals, Distinguished Professors, Students and University graduates:

Good day/evening. How is every one? I do hope you have time out of your busy schedule to read this blog entry. The Journal of Caribbean Students' Research (JOCSR) cordially invites you to join us on a voyage for the quest for truth through scientific exploration.

The Journal of Caribbean Students' Research hopes to be a newly launched online only, open access and peer-reviewed journal for undergraduate (college level) science students for the publication of high quality and refereed papers. This journal is also ISSN registered.

GSAT-12 mission is targeted for July 15

Indian Space Research Organization(ISRO) will be in the final days of launching a new communication satellite.The launch of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C17) carrying GSAT-12 are progressing well at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.The launch of PSLV-C17/GSAT-12 mission is targeted for July 15, 2011 between 16.48 hours and 17.08 hours IST.GSAT-12 Communication satellite with a mass of 1410 kg at lift-off, has 12 Extended C-band transponders. PSLV-C17 will inject GSAT-12 into an elliptical Transfer Orbit (Sub-GTO) of 284 km perigee and 21,000 km apogee
Read more

http://engineersworldonline.com/GSAT-12.html

Does Darwin's Theory of human decent supports "Animal rights"?

what does Darwin's assertion in his Decent of Man, that human differ in degree but not in kind from other animals suggests?. For some political philosophers have argued that, the dignity of humans stands from the fact that human differ from other animals in kind. If Darwin is right, does this not suggests that other animals should equally have rights?, or does it imply that the most intelligent among humans should have higher dignity than the less intelligent ones?.

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DOES DARWIN THEORY OF HUMAN DECENT SUPPORT "ANIMAL RIGTHTS"?

what does Darwin's assertion in his Decent of Man, that human differ in degree but not in kind from other animals suggests?. For some political philosopher have argued that, the dignity of humans stands from the fact that human differ from other animals in kind. If Darwin is right, does this not suggests that other animals should equally have rights?, or does it imply that the most intelligent among humans should have more dignity than the less intelligent ones?.

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The Ernesto Illy Trieste Science Prize 2011 - call for nomination​s

Email from TWAS for dissemination of information as:

Dear Dr. Farrukh,

I am pleased to inform you that the call for nominations for the Ernesto Illy Trieste Science Prize 2011 is now open.

TWAS and illycaffè s.p.a. have instituted this high-level prize to honour distinguished scientists from developing countries. The Trieste Town Council and the Trieste International Foundation for Scientific Progress and Freedom are collaborating in this effort.

The first four-year cycle of the TSP (2005-2008) focused on basic science.

The second four-year cycle (2009-2012) of the prize, called Ernesto Illy Trieste Science Prize to honour the late former President of illycaffè, focuses on sustainability issues in various fields of sciences.

In 2011 the prize, which carries a US$100,000 monetary award generously contributed by illycaffè, will be given for outstanding achievements in Materials Science.