Monthly Archives: November 2009

Oxford and Aga Khan Nairobi in joint foetal and newborn research

The University of Oxford and the Aga Khan University, Nairobi, will jointly establish a centre in Africa for an international study of foetal and newborn growth. “Intergrowth – 21st” project will create a worldwide database of the growth and health … Continue reading

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Doctor prescribes tips for National Family Caregiver’s Month

Caring for the elderly is highly revered in Islam, and its importance was frequently underlined during the commemoration of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Golden Jubilee. In the United States, November is National Family Caregivers Month — an event that pays tribute to over … Continue reading

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New Ismaili Centres section launched

Intro: The Ismaili News have launched a new section based on The Ismaili Centres around the world. In this section reader will find the usefull information regarding building and foundation of these centres. location: This section is place in the … Continue reading

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WebSite: Academia Education helps academics answer the question ‘Who’s researching what?’: You can find people with similar research interests to you You can keep track of the latest developments in your research area – the latest papers, talks, blog posts and status … Continue reading

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Oyster – the world’s largest working hydro-electric wave energy device

The world’s largest working hydro-electric wave energy device has been officially launched in Scotland. Known as Oyster, the device, stationed at the European Marine Energy Center (EMEC) Billia Croo site near Stromness, was installed this year and is, at present, … Continue reading

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Eid-ul-Adha Mubarak

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OCZ Colossus 1TB Solid State Drive released

After a lengthy wait, Taiwan’s OCZ Technology has finally released its new Solid State Drive that is Colossus in name and certainly colossal in nature, being the first SSD to offer up to one terabyte of storage. Aimed primarily at … Continue reading

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