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Female Researcher in Material Science at the National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

March 2, 2019
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           National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) is recruiting female researchers from a wide range of fields (Materials engineering, Applied Physics, Materials chemistry, Materials data science, etc.). Researchers from any fields are accepted as long as their research is related to the materials. Applicants may have expertise in both fundamental or applied research. We welcome applicants […]

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Dorcas Muthoni PhD Fellowship in Information and Communication Technologies for young women in Africa

May 19, 2018
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2          2SharesThe new Dorcas Muthoni PhD Fellowship is a tribute to our Doctor Honoris Causa Dorcas Muthoni. Dorcas Muthoni, a Kenyan engineer and entrepreneur, CEO and founder of the company Openworld, received our University’s highest recognition on 15th December 2017 for her significant work in the promotion of engineering studies among young women in Africa, the mentoring of […]

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Scholarship to Advance Female Leadership in Business Organisations

April 18, 2018
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           The J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway, in collaboration with the 30% Club, is delighted to offer a scholarship for its Executive MBA programme. Globally, the 30% Club is establishing partnerships with a number of business schools to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education by offering scholarships aimed […]

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Using Neuroimaging Scans: Scientist Discover Which Gender Has the Most Active Brain Patterns

February 28, 2018
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           In order to tackle this question, scientists analyzed over 46,000 brain images provided from nine different clinics in order to identify quantifiable differences between men and women brains. This study is the largest functional brain study to date and the results were quite surprising. Scientists uses SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) studies in order […]

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GROWTH BASED STRATEGY FORMULATION FOR SELECTION OF MURRAH BUFFALO AT EARLY AGES

October 29, 2016
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            GROWTH BASED STRATEGY FORMULATION FOR SELECTION OF MURRAH BUFFALO AT EARLY AGES Jay Prakash Gupta, Gulshan Kumar Sachdeva, Ravinder Singh Gandhi, Rajesh Sudhakar Wakchaure, Atish Kumar Chakravarty Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research 1, 109-111 Abstract Buffaloes form the backbone of farmers in Indian dairy industry. The birth weight and weight at different age of […]

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Detection of Protein Bound Volatile Compounds in Buffalo Urine

October 28, 2016
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            Detection of Protein Bound Volatile Compounds in Buffalo Urine B.V. Sunil Kumar, Meena Kataria, S. K. Meur Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research 1, 21-23 Abstract Animal urine contains different non-polar volatile compounds, which are known to stimulate their sexual behavior. These compounds collectively termed as pheromones that remain bound to some urinary proteins, which help […]

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