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About scirp

(SCIRP: is an academic publisher of open access journals. It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. SCIRP currently has more than 200 open access journals in the areas of science, technology and medicine.You can download research papers for free and submit your paper to it. most journals have been indexed by several world class databases.


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Author:Lee Seng Khoo Philosopher, martial artist and renaissance man – Bruce Lee continues to influence generations after his passing. Although better known for kung fu flicks that captivated audience and motivated young men to take up martial arts around the … Continue reading

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Overlooking the harmful effects of drinking socially during the working hours

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Author:Elizabeth Espindola Halpern There is a tendency to assign responsibility for the act of drinking alcohol to the drinkers. The common sense leads many people and even professionals to blame them for their frequent relapses, misuses, and abuses. Modern society … Continue reading

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New report asks why Canadian jurisdictions under fund mental health despite significant social and economic costs

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Author: Steve Lurie (Monday, August 18, 2014) – In spite of ongoing concerns about the staggering social and economic costs of mental illness, funding in Canada and Ontario pales in comparison to other global jurisdictions, according to a new report authored … Continue reading

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Collaboration of many professional and amteur astronomers revealed a 3-D shape of an asteroid

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Author:Isao Satō Asteroids are very small celestial bodies and invisible with naked eyes beyond seveal hundreds million kilometers from the earth between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. So it is difficult to study its size, shape, composition and other … Continue reading

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Mapping Potential Infiltration Patterns Using Digital Elevation Model

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Author(s) :Haris Hasan Khan, Arina Khan, P. D. Sreedevi, Shakeel Ahmed This study attempts to simulate the spatial heterogeneity of infiltration in a drainage basin using digital elevation models. Infiltration capacity is one of the controlling factors in the formation of stream channels. Channel … Continue reading

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The Ionic Composition of Nasal Fluid and Its Function

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Author: William Burke The aim of the experiments reported here was to increase our understanding of the function of the nasal fluid. It is generally accepted that the nasal fluid assists in the humidification of the inspired air. It also assists … Continue reading

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Adaptive Cascade Generalized Predictive Control

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Author(s):Tao Geng, Jin Zhao Cascade control is one of the most popular structures for process control as it is a special architecture for dealing with disturbances. However, the drawbacks of cascade control are obvious that primary controller and secondary controller should … Continue reading

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Rationale for Treatment of Common Cold and Flu with Multi-Ingredient Combination Products for Multi-Symptom Relief in Adults

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Author(s) : Ron Eccles, Ingo Fietze, Uwe-Bernd Rose This up-to-date overview will look at the rationale for the recommendation of combination products for multi-symptom relief of common cold and flu. Common cold and flu are defined by their multi-symptom nature with data showing a … Continue reading

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Call For Papers-Special Issue on Malnutrition

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This special issue on “Malnutrition” will be focusing on the latest development in food and nutrition sciences. Malnutrition, caused by an improper or insufficient diet, includes two aspects of nutritional deficiencies or lack and over nutrition. The WHO has reported … Continue reading

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