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Dr. Srinubabu – A Young Scientist Award Winner

Dr. Srinubabu – A Young Scientist Award Winner

Submitted by • July 23, 2013

www.omicsgroup.org - Dr. Srinubabu, a young scientist award winner, contributed greatly towards the advancement of open access journal across the globe, by way of establishing the OMICS Publishing Group in 2008.

Comb The Negative Charges Off Water

Comb The Negative Charges Off Water

Submitted by • June 7, 2013

sciencespecial.org - If one holds the comb close to water pouring lightly out of a faucet, the negative charges from water molecules are repelled, and then the comb is attracted to water molecules as only positive charges remain.

Burren Is No Barren

Burren Is No Barren

Submitted by • June 6, 2013

sciencespecial.org - Burren is a rich and rocky limestone landscape that is situated in northwest Claire in Ireland. A rare mix of plant habitats in close proximity, surrounded by seasonal lakes and turloughs, makes it a world-famous geographic attraction.

Electric Generator From A Wooden Box

Electric Generator From A Wooden Box

Submitted by • June 4, 2013

sciencespecial.org - A prototype of a simple electric generator can be developed with the principle of coils and magnets to produce current. A single large balsa and four smaller pieces would be used to make a box. The magnet is placed inside ...

Scientists Mulling Over Glass That Is Twice As Strong

Scientists Mulling Over Glass That Is Twice As Strong

Submitted by • June 3, 2013

sciencespecial.org - A new research at the Rice University, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, determined that chemical vapor deposition process could produce a glass that resists tremendous stress to a much larger magnitude.

Fats Stored In Specific Body Parts Could Pose Diabetes Risk

Fats Stored In Specific Body Parts Could Pose Diabetes Risk

Submitted by • June 1, 2013

sciencespecial.org - Excess of visceral fat and biomarkers of insulin resistance were strong predictors of diabetes risk, emphasizing the hypothesis that fat stored at specific locations does have an impact on the diabetes risk factor rather than the BMI measure.

Preventing Diseases With Vaccinations

Preventing Diseases With Vaccinations

Submitted by • May 30, 2013

sciencespecial.org - Vaccinations are a means to prevent life-long diseases, and the exercise is carried out in infants at a very early age. Vaccinations are helpful in preventing hepatitis B, polio, and measles in addition to bacterial infections like diphtheria and tetanus ...

OMICS Group It’s Scientific Activities

OMICS Group It’s Scientific Activities

Submitted by • May 30, 2013

beta.indabamusic.com - OMICS Publishing Group strongly holds, thereby forming the proposition for its journals and publications. OMICS Publishing Group operates in tune with the need for open access that is being constantly felt with passage of time by funding bodies and the ...

Fossil Ankle Bones Linked To Probable Tree-climbing Primates

Fossil Ankle Bones Linked To Probable Tree-climbing Primates

Submitted by • May 29, 2013

sciencespecial.org - Certain paleontological fossils have been discovered by Yale University researchers in Montana thought to be 65 million years old, which indicate the primate Purgatorius had the ability to climb trees, based on the remains of ankle bones found through the ...

OMICS Publishing Group: A Scientific Publication

OMICS Publishing Group: A Scientific Publication

Submitted by • May 24, 2013

xeeme.com - The open access norms of publication provide a way out of challenging form of copyright restrictions, especially for scientific publications.

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