5 bizarre changes we may see in the world

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No one can predict the future, but seeing the advancement science and mankind has done over the past few decades, we have tried to predict the following changes that we may witness in the future.

Call for registration: Zoonosis 2014, 4th annual conference

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As in past years, MIEF continues its awareness building and work in the sector of Zoonotic diseases: the diseases communicable from animals to humans. This year the annual Zoonosis conference will be held in Delhi on July 6, 2014. The registration is now open! Zoonosis 2014- 4th annual conference on Prevention of diseases from Animals…

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Why does India trail in Scientific publishing?

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India is lagging quite behind when we talk about scientific publishing. In fact, considering the population of our country, we should be leading the world in these numbers. Yet, we are far behind in the race.

5 superpowers of girls!

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Girls have superpowers and now this has been scientifically proved. Here are five of the powers that are exclusive to women.

Do you know anyone working with animals?

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Furthering our efforts towards the awareness of zoonotic diseases, MIEF is organizing a zoonosis conference on July 6. People or agencies working with animals are invited to attend the conference.

Now looking for: great ideas from you!

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We are so glad to announce that this online platform IS addictive! That means, we find immense value in creating content for you all. Thank you for all your encouragement. And, we are looking forward to having new writers and opinion leaders who can share their ideas and opinions on different topics ranging from health,…

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Monday Inspiration: City gets its own little free library

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Carolyn Shirley with immense love for reading, took it several notches higher by opening a ‘Little Free Library’ in her front yard in a small American town of Elk Ridge. She decided on taking things under her own control and starting up an initiative like this when she realised that the town residents had to…

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