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Oceanography article 100%

As the only United Nations organization specializing in ocean sciences, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) has the responsibility to promote basic marine scientific investigations globally.


November 2020 Bibliometric and altmetric indicators calculated by ResearchGate for researchers at Quisqueya University 1 99%

November 2020 Bibliometric and altmetric indicators calculated by ResearchGate for researchers at Quisqueya University 1 Tracking the scientific productivity of Quisqueya University researchers using metrics provided by ResearchGate on November 28, 2020 Francklin Benjamin and Evens Emmanuel1 RG-monthly report Volume 1, No.


October 2020 Bibliometric and altmetric datas from ResearchGate on Quisqueya University 98%

the production of scientific facts", researchers spend half their time researching and the other half communicating.


Doc 3 6 weather mod 2013 Final tn 97%

The WMO published the proceedings of its 10th Scientific Conference on Weather Modification, with most of the papers report on weather modification in the author’s home countries(World Meteorological Organization 2012).


Statement Brussels EN 95%

International Scientific Declaration on EHS &


18162 94%

In the view of the Court, while this Article gives discretion to a State party to the Convention to reject the request for a special permit or to specify the conditions under which a permit will be granted, the question of whether the killing, taking and treating of whales pursuant to a requested special permit is for purposes of scientific research cannot depend simply on that State’s perception.


Press Release EN 93%

PRESS RELEASE International Scientific Declaration on EHS &


F-CRIN-fiche-b 93%

F-CRIN DOCUMENT SCIENTIFIQUE B / SCIENTIFIC SUBMISSION FORM B   Acronyme du projet/ Acronym of the project F-CRIN Titre du projet en français Plateforme Nationale d'Infrastructures de Recherche Clinique Project title in English French Clinical Research Infrastructure Network Coordinateur du projet/Coordinatorof the project Nom / Name :


CV Camille Cocaud english 92%

.fr camillecocaud Camille Cocaud Newcastle ScienceFest Events managing under manager’s responsability, photography coverage and community management (twitter and facebook) Internship (4 months) Museogeekly yours CamC education Science Communication Masters degree Université Stendhal, Grenoble (2012) BSc in Biology and Geology, 2:1 CNRS Alpes (French Scientific Research Centre) Design of a collaborative project with young people aged 18-25.


01 - PCBSJ Vol7 3 -2013-Cheriti Editoria 92%

June 21, 2013 Corresponding author Email Copyright © 2013-POSL It’s well known that plagiarism is considered misconduct research, unethical, perturb and damage the integrity and knowledge of the scientific community.



How to do A scientific work Study 2 1 Mr DAHANE Miloud TCEII L1 S2 2015/2016 14/03/2016 University ORAN1 Faculty SNV Mr DAHANE Miloud a.


Al-Maqdisi 2015-17 instructions 91%

DEFINITION AND PRIORITIES The Al-Maqdisi programme aims at strengthening cooperation and scientific and academic exchanges between French and Palestinian researchers and research laboratories.


Understanding Earth (Fifth Ed.) 91%

It starts with the scientific method, the observational approach to the physical universe on which all scientific inquiry is based.


Freezing of the Brazilian science spending 91%

The various measures and public policy tools developed by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development of Brazil, and the financial support made available by Brazilian governments, have not only led to a real development of scientific research capacity and innovation, but also aroused curiosity among researchers from several developing countries (DCs) to consider adapting the Brazilian model of public funding policies for science and technology.


Marine Mammal Stock Assessments 91%

NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NE-162 This series represents a secondary level of scientific publishing.


Young-talents-from-Africa 91%

  ENI AWARD 2017    Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT      Eni is one of the most important, vertically integrated energy companies in the world. It operates in the oil,  natural  gas,  electricity  production,  engineering,  construction  and  petrochemical  products  sectors.  It  is  constantly  committed  in  growing  in  research,  production  and  transportation  activities,  as  well  as  in  the  conversion  and  trading  of  hydrocarbons.  Eni  is  also  involved  in  several  scientific  research  projects  on  renewable energies, particularly in the major areas of biofuels and solar energy. Operating in about eighty‐ five countries in a responsible way towards its stakeholders, Eni invests in people and their empowerment,  and it takes part to development through the integration of social, environmental and cultural issues in the  growth  process,  in  full  respect  of  rights  and  diversities.  From  2008  Eni  has  been  offering  the  Eni  award,  aimed  to  promote  and  award  research  and  technological  innovation  in  the  fields  of  energy  and  the  environment.     1) Aims     The Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize constitutes one of the six sections of the Eni award,  composed  by  the  Energy  Transition,  Energy  Frontiers,  Advanced  Environmental  Solutions  and  the  Young  Researcher of the Year Prizes, together with the Recognition at Innovation Eni.   The purpose of the Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize is to help new generations of African  researchers  to  emerge,  offering  them  the  opportunity  to  attend  a  post‐graduate  course  (e.g.  a  doctoral  course)  in  cooperation  with  prestigious  Italian  universities  and  research  institutes  and  supporting  their  research and innovation on the various scientific topics promoted by Eni award.     2) Object of the Prizes     Candidates must own a Master’s degree, a postgraduate diploma or any equivalent academic qualification  granting  access  to  a  doctoral  course  in  an  Italian  university.  The  theses  must  have  been  defended  at  an  African University during the same year of the annual Official Announcement, or in the precedent year.     The Prize is reserved  to students graduated  in an African university or of African citizenship, coming from  one of the 58 African countries listed in the World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision, compiled by the  United Nations1.                                                                  1    Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad,  Comoros, Congo,  Côte d’Ivoire , Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea,  Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea‐Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali,  Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Réunion, Rwanda, Saint Helena,  São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland,  Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe.  Page 1 Eni award 2017 – Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize  The thesis must be submitted together with a research proposal to be developed during the process of the  post‐graduate course and in connection with the Eni award main topics.    The research project must – in a country, in an African region or in the whole African continent – be focused  on  the  following  aspects:  expected  energy  and  environmental  benefits;  project  tangible  prospects  and  applicability; potential socio‐economic impact resulting from the project.      3) The Prizes     Each of the two winners will be awarded with a scholarship for the attendance of a post‐graduate course  (e.g.  a  doctoral  course)  in  an  Italian  university  or  research  institute  with  a  solid  reputation  on  the  above‐ mentioned  topics.  It  will  be  also  possible  to  propose  a  non‐Italian  thesis  advisor,  collaborating  with  the  Italian university or research institute hosting the student.     The Prizes will be assigned to the winning candidates, proclaimed by the Organizing Committee within May  2017.     4) Application procedures and deadlines   Applications  for  the  Debut  in  Research:  Young  Talents  from  Africa  must  be  presented  and  guaranteed  by  Professors,  Directors  of  Department,  Faculty  Deans  and  Chancellors  of  universities  and  polytechnic  universities, or by researchers  of research institutes operating in the specific ‐ or similar ‐ fields for which  the Prize is awarded.     Self‐candidatures will not be considered.     The deadline for the presentation of the candidatures to the Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa  falls on November 25, 2016 before and no later than 5 p.m. CET ‐ Central European Time. Please note that,  after 5 p.m. CET of November, 11, the Scientific Secretariat won’t create new accounts, in order to provide  the most suitable assistance to the already registered Candidatures, within the deadline. Two weeks after  the November 25 deadline, the Scientific Secretariat will provide the Candidates with formal confirmation,  by email, for the acceptance of their Candidature.     The Candidature application forms are available on the‐award website and must be sent  as follows:     1.


Booklet research 90%

conventional) Appropriate of Iraq Thesis University For the degree of Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (2013-2015) Scientific adviser Supervisor DC.


back-matter 90%

Rao CSIR Centre of Excellence in Chemistry, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research Ulrich Rist Universität Stuttgart Stuart Robinson University College, London Gordon Semenoff University of British Columbia Ingrid Stairs University of British Columbia Douglas Stephan University of Toronto Howard Stone Princeton University Bill Unruh University of British Columbia Tanja van Mourik University of St Andrews Bryan Webber University of Cambridge Paul Williams University of Reading Xuesong Wu Imperial College, London Maohai Xie Hong Kong University Vivian Yam University of Hong Kong Hiroshi Yamaguchi NTT Basic Research Laboratory Nan Yao Princeton University John Zarnecki The Open University AIMS AND SCOPE Each issue of Phil.



THE ENVIMED REGIONAL PROGRAMME The ENVIMED regional programme is a French cooperation initiative for countries in the Mediterranean Basin designed to encourage and strengthen high-level scientific and technological cooperation in the region as well as research networking on sustainable development and understanding the environmental operation of the Mediterranean Basin.


157 recrut CE2 90% Job Description Deputy Director Of the International Institute or Refrigeration (IIR) The IIR is an intergovernmental organization in charge of promoting scientific and technological knowledge concerning all the applications and technologies relating to refrigeration, through data collecting and editing, the management of a network of experts, publications, conferences and the participation in the dissemination of the results of research projects… .


Press release - call for application EN 90%

EGYPT REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS, launched in partnership with the National Council for Scientific Research Lebanon, are open.


wave-academic-p-presentation 90%

• World Academic Expo (WAVE) is a scientific exposition  conference addressed  to students of any and all levels and scientific fields.


BASC 2011 english 90%

The concept of durability is more and more established as a multi-field scientific concept.


21.1 - Mind - The Power to Persuade - (2010-03 and 04) 89%

SPECIAL REPORT Better Paths to Learning BRAIN CANCER UPDATE Taking Aim at Tumor Sources © 2010 Scientific American Are You Mentally Healthy?


Personnalized Medicine - program F 89%

France-Israel High Council for Scientific and Technological Cooperation 09:00 Registration, Coffee and Cake 09:25-09:55 Greetings and Opening Ms.