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Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably, but originally, they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. Continue reading “Consentia On Multi-Disciplinary Research!”
Many people in the world don’t know how to do Research, But they don’t ask anyone’s help. I don’t know why? Continue reading “How to do RESEARCH?”
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Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably , but originally they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. However, if they stick to these boundaries they may reach a point where the project cannot progress any further. They will then have to bring themselves to the fringes of their own fields to form new concepts and ideas–and create a whole new, interdisciplinary field. A trans-disciplinary team is an interdisciplinary team whose members have developed sufficient trust and mutual confidence to transcend disciplinary boundaries and adopt a more holistic approach.
Literal meaning of Multidisciplinary Research is combining or involving several academic disciplines or professional specializations in an approach to a topic or problem. So, this Journal is for all the people around the globe who would like to research and would like to publish their research in a journal.
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Last Date of Submission of Full Paper: 31st December, 2015
- Introduction: – The courts generally adopt two methods to find a truth of an accusation or in resolving disputes, namely inquisitorial and adversarial.
Although they have a fundamental difference, they both aim to find the truth in all the cases. A court, it must be remembered, will always strive to find the truth in accusations and disputes even in politically motivated prosecutions. The emphasis on ‘always’ is to signify that the courts want the truth, as best as it can be found. Help is taken by the court in various forms and authorities such as the forensic experts and experts in various fields who pitch in their skills and knowledge, thereby assisting in establishment of truth. Continue reading “Importance of Forensic Science in Law: A Study”
An international team of scientists say they have identified a compound that can fight coronaviruses, responsible for the SARS and MERS outbreaks, which currently have no cure.
Coronaviruses affected the upper and lower respiratory tracts in humans. They are the reason for up to a third of common colds.
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LONDON: An Indian-origin scientist in the UK has bagged a 1.07 million pounds funding grant to work on a pioneering technology of creating an ultra-flexible tactile skin for robotics and prosthetics.
Dr Ravinder Dahiya has got the grant from Britain’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to work on the technology that could enable a robot not only to carry a cup of tea to an elderly person but can also sense whether it is too hot to handle.
Continue reading “Indian-origin scientist researching on new Robotics technology”
LONDON: An EU-funded research project called Solar Jet has produced the world’s first ‘solar’ jet fuel from water and carbon dioxide. Researchers have successfully demonstrated the entire production chain for renewable kerosene using concentrated light as a high temperature energy source.
Continue reading “In a first, experts produce solar jet fuel from water and carbon dioxide”
LONDON: Scientists have developed an “off-switch” for the brain to effectively shut down neural activity using light pulses.
In 2005, Stanford scientist Karl Deisseroth discovered how to switch individual brain cells on and off by using light in a technique he dubbed ‘optogenetics’.
Continue reading “Scientists have built an ‘off switch’ for the brain”