John Wiley and Sons Inc., a global publishing company that specializes in academic publishing, is looking forward to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) potential in India. At the 32nd International Publishers Association (IPA) Congress that is being held in New Delhi from February 11 to 13, 2018, Peter Booth Wiley, Chairman Emeritus, Wiley, Matthew Kissner, Chairman of the Board, Wiley and Vikas Gupta, Managing Director of Wiley, India, will explore the future of research and learning in India. Wiley aims to boost the superlative of Indian research and learning, to prepare aptness for the future to unravel challenges related to health and disease, agriculture, water quality, air pollution, in India and around the globe.
The Web of Science database has delisted nearly two dozen journals from two of the fastest growing open-access publishers, Hindawi and MDPI. The delisting has stripped the journals of an impact factor, which is a citation-based measure of quality that is widely used in hiring, tenure, and promotion decisions. Although controversial, the metric carries […]
A second case of Trisomy defect has been marked in a Japanese chimp, which is a defect of 21st chromosome in humans. The researchers of Kyoto University have successfully identified the genetic defect, whose findings have been published in the Springer journal Primates. In case of chimps, the trisomy defect is seen in the 22nd […]
Anthony McDougal, a graduate student in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, developed a model that estimates the response of a single heart cell to dwindling supplies of oxygen. It assesses the ability of a cell to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which acts as its primary source of fuel when oxygen becomes scarce. Reference Link: http://news.mit.edu/2017/study-predicts-heart-cells-response-dwindling-oxygen-heart-attacks-0720