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...Discovery Rules Outline Introduction Discussion A forensic plan and e-evidence acquisition strategy that can be approved by EUlegal representative Detailed evidence collection, preservation, and transport procedures to ensure that the EU legal representatives will approve the forensics plan Conclusion References Discovery Rules Introduction With the quick changing cyber techniques, more forensic examiners find themselves aiding with challenges, feedbacks as well as litigation support for their employers. Likewise, guidelines and regulation enforcement is encountered with a rapidly growing amount of cybercrime problems which include hacking and malware....
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Discovery Timeline
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...DISCOVERY TIMELINE MAJOR DISCOVERIES PRIOR TO THE 20TH CENTURY 16th CENTURY - Solar System Prior to the 17th century, man new of the solar system what could be easily discovered without the help of advanced optical instruments such as the telescope. Up until this time, it was thought that the Earth was center of the universe, with other bodies revolving around it. However, accurate discoveries of the universe had taken place prior to the 17th century, in that it was known that the universe consisted of 8 heavenly bodies, namely (Arnett 2007): Earth Sun Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn The discovery of thee heavenly bodies was significant; students are still taught about these planets... ...
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Self-discovery
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...discovery has gradually grown within everyday life as individuals look for better ways of improving themselves in a bid to improve the quality of their lives as a result. This means that it is important for one to be able to “know” him/herself entirely and not just have a general overview of their persona. This involves delving deeper into ones character and belief system as a means to distinguish the various positive as well as negative aspects of their being. An excellent way of achieving such an ambition is through the synthesis of the inventories taken on my account into organized in formation that can be easily translated to an understandable... Synthesis Paper Introduction The relevance of...
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...Discovery Rules Outline Introduction Discussion A forensic plan and e-evidence acquisition strategy that can be approved by EU legal representative Detailed evidence collection, preservation, and transport procedures to ensure that the EU legal representatives will approve the forensics plan Conclusion References Discovery Rules Introduction With the quick changing cyber techniques, more forensic examiners find themselves aiding with challenges, feedbacks as well as litigation support for their employers. Likewise, guidelines and regulation enforcement is encountered with a rapidly growing amount of cybercrime problems which include hacking and malware....
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Discovery English
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...Discovery Essay In this paper, I discuss two journals that publish literature in the field of elementary education. A journal is a periodical that only publishes articles after they have passed a rigorous editing and review process (Moon 1). Unluckily, I was not able to obtain full views of the most current journals from my research and thus I used the previews of the current journals I found. However, these journal previews had much of the information that I needed to analyze them. To analyze and evaluate a journal we need to consider its output, content, perception and usage, citation and management (Haustein v). The two journals I analyze in this Paper are the American...
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Scientific Discovery
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...Discovery Inspired by Science Fiction SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY INSPIRED BY SCIENCE FICTION Goes Here al Affiliation Goes Here Abstract The paper discusses the scientific discovery of the atomic bomb which was inspired by the monumental science fiction work by HG Wells called World Set Free. Scientific Discovery Inspired by Science Fiction Introduction Curiosity leads to discovery. This is a very popular saying in the world of discovery. If there was no curiosity yesterday we would not have so many astounding discoveries in the scientific and technological world today. There are many scientific and technological discoveries that are the brainchild of some science fiction... Running head: Scientific...
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Skill Discovery
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...discovery al affiliation In management, there are extremely many management skills and competences that have been pinpointed by different scholar. Different managers have strengths and weaknesses in various skills and competences. The most common competences and skills required of manages include the following; motivating people so that they can produce maximum by compensating their efforts. Delegating authority effectively in all levels of management to ensure communication and commands follow scalar chain unless where the chain is creating delay. Decisions making to enable the organization achieve set goals and objectives. Understanding team dynamics, to ensure cooperation of all personnel...
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Invention and Discovery
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...Discovery. Discuss the claim that some areas of knowledge are discovered and others are invented. Discuss different ways of knowing and areas of knowledge. There is a thin line between a discovery and an invention. While a discovery belongs to the realm of science, an invention belongs to engineering. It can also be said that inventions are copies of original things that we have discovered. That is the case of an airplane and a bird. The airplane is just a copy of the original bird. So inventions are artifacts while the objects of discovery are living creatures. Brownpanda deals with the issue of discoveries and inventions in the following terms: "Put simply, we need... to distinguish...
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Discovery Of The World
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...Discovery Of The World The discovery of the world is based on the ability to travel and documents the events chronologically. Christopher Columbus was able to travel and document the adventure leading the belief that he discovered the world. He is credited for the discovery on the basis of documentation, but actually there is existence of other groups of people who travelled around, but could not document the travel effectively. Christopher Columbus is credited for discovering the world during his voyages across the sea because he documented his travels across America. The initial education on world tours captures the role of Columbus as a first explorer, which is not accurate because... Of The World...
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Discovery of HIV
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...Discovery of HIV The Discovery of HIV HIV and AIDS is an Infectious illness. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which is the name of the disease causative agent, and AIDS is the condition that characterizes the disease. Scientific developments usually do not track straight paths. They are characterized by a combination of good and bad ideas, which makes them subjects of scrutiny. The origin of HIV has puzzled many scientists since the disease first came into public’s awareness in the early 1980s. For over two decades, it has been a subject of debate, and the cause of many arguments. Many people still do not understand the origin of HIV and the truth behind it. This paper, therefore...
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Discovery of gold
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...Discovery of gold in Colorado Since the days of Spanish exploration the presence of gold in present day Colorado has been rumored. However it was only during the early 19th century that gold deposits were officially reported from the region while the land was still under the Kansas territory. This led to the gold rush or boom during which a large majority of white population settled down in the Rocky mountain regions that led to the formation of small towns such as Denver and later as the population growth increased the Colorado territory was created in the year 1861 followed by the establishment of the Colorado state in 1876. Several explorers came in search of gold and the subsequent major... ...
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The discovery of DNA
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...discovery history of DNA can be dated back to 1870s and 1890s when mitosis and meiosis were discovered. In 1928, Frederick Griffiths experiment on pneumonia bacteria and mice hinted that DNA was the genetic code material. In 1952, Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase performed an experiment on viruses and hinted that viral genetic code material was DNA and not protein capsid. In the early 1950s, Rosalind Franklin attempted to figure out the structure of DNA using bouncing back of X-rays but failed. However, she had some photographs of DNA crystallography and from these photographs, James Watson and Francis Crick determined... DNA DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid is a chain of nucleotide units consisting of a...
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Discovery in the Amazon
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...Discovery in the Amazon... The scenario given reflects a situation in modern times, fraught with ethical dilemmas and made complex by conflicting notions of human rights and human duties. I begin by identifying what the human rights violations are in this particular scenario. Firstly, it is indeed easy to see that there are clear violations to the rights of the indigenous tribes to a healthy environment and a sustainable biodiversity. The pipeline, despite its avowed benefits and purported safety nets, will still disrupt the ecosystem in the Amazon – which is held in spiritual stewardship by the indigenous tribes that call it home. It can also be speculated that the pipeline will give rise to cases of di...
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New Scientific Discovery
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...discovery There are a number of technologies currently providing users with high speed digital wireless communication. Examples are Bluetooth and 802.11a/g. They provide a very high speed network connection within a very small distance of approximately 10 meters. Cellular providers seek to increase speed to a long range. The ultimate goal of 4G technology is to increase wireless, long range and high speed signal transmission (Berndt, 2008). I am going to focus on the 4G technology. 4G Technology 4G which is a short form of Fourth (4th) Generation Technology, this is basically the extension of 3G technology but with more bandwidth and services offers in the 3G mobile... New scientific discovery There are ...
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Life in Discovery
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...Discovery Despite her many obstacles and lack of proper credit for work done, Rosalind Franklin made many discoveries that directly influenced the health care profession in a positive way. In her 37 years of life, Franklin's became most known for her work that led to the discovery of the structure of DNA - the familiar double helix that so many learn of today. Yet, through mishaps and improper record keeping, Franklin was ultimately ignored by her peers until after her passing. Despite this seemingly unfair course of events, Franklin continued to work and communicate with the very men who appeared to ignore her value. Rosalind Franklin truly lived a "Life in Discovery... ;" that is to say that...
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Discovery and Meaningful Learning
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...DISCOVERY AND MEANINGFUL LEARNING DISCOVERY AND MEANINGFUL LEARNING Transfer of learning is one of the key issues to consider in examining any theory of learning. Practitioners and researchers in the learning field labor a lot to understand how to ensure transfer in teaching or increase learning transfer. Discovery Learning Discovery learning refers to an instructional approach, which can motivate and guide learners to construct new ideas, create new thinking models and identify new relationships through exploring information and concepts. Discovery learning with an excellent design of educational sessions...
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Discovery of the unconscious
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...Discovery of the Unconscious” evaluates the concept of psychoanalysis and how it was developed by Sigmund Freud who is considered the father of that branch of psychology. The idea of the “unconscious” relates to the attempt for psychoanalysts to try to find out what goes on the the subconscious mind of a person and what influences a persons views and ideas. This has proven to be important in dealing with peoples mental and psychiatric health. The development of psychology as a science did not come as a straightforward process. Nietzsche stated that psychology is the core of the sciences but it was affected by religious, social and cultural prejudices (Watson 996... Chapter 36 “Modernism and the...
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Organizational Consulting Discovery & Dialouge
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...Discovery & Dialogue­­ In interviewing a friend, she is very frustrated for the fact that the United s is suffering from its biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression and she is faced with the possibility of cutting back the hours of some of her best employees, reducing the amount of benefits that can be offered to the company, and eliminating some of the complimentary services that her company offers to workers in her department. Unfortunately, since she is a manager in this department, it is her duty, to report back to her boss on how the hours will be distributed, which benefits are the least important, and what services she could tolerate doing without in order... Organizational Consulting...
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The Discovery of Society
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...Discovery Of Society by Randall Collins and Michael Makowsky Introduction of The Author And The Book In this traditional text, Makowsky and Collins survey the ideas and lives of the societal thinkers who have formed and persist to falsify ethnicity in sociology. Spotlight on the great names in the field, they interlace conceptual and biographical particulars into a tapestry of the history of social consideration of the 19th and 20th centuries. Written in a descriptive style that is accessible, appealing, and thrilling, this book is an exceptional addition for courses in social/sociological theory, the history of communal consideration, the history of sociology, and preface... and the...
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Sabines Voyage Of Self-Discovery
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...Discovery. Ann Patchett wrote The Magician's Assistant in 1997. This story isabout the aftermath of death and what happens to the remaining survivors as they pick up the pieces and continue with life. This essay explores the premise that Sabine is responsible for her fate and destiny in life. Sabine is not a victim. She has the freedom choice and she has chosen to find out about her husband Parsifal's past. In the process, she rediscovers herself and is truly free from her own past. When Parsifal dies suddenly from an aneurism, Sabine is set free when she becomes his newly wed widow. Her lawyer Roger reveals that Parsifal, whose real name is Guy Fetters... Final Draft for Sabine's Voyage Of...
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Christopher Columbus- The Discovery (1992)
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...Discovery Introduction Christopher Columbus-The discovery is a film that is based actual events that took place in the 1940s that led to the discovery of the new world by Christopher Columbus, which contributed to the exploration and eventual colonization of the American continents. These are events that happened in Europe and the American continent at a time when European nations were competing in the discovery of other worlds. This is a time where the church, specifically the Roman Catholic had immense control of politics and ruling of the then known world. Christopher Columbus proposed to the then king of Portugal John the Second in 1485 that he financially supports him... Christopher Columbus- The...
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Biologics Drug Discovery and Development
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...Discovery Pathway Accordingly In the above example of cancer treatments, and comparing mAbs and TKIs in regards to application delivery, one works better as an oral medication but must be taken more often. The other works better as an injection onto the tumour surface and only needs a once-a-week application...  Introduction to Biologics Biologics is the new development of medicines using human or animal proteins that are engineered to support the body’s immune system and to assist in treating, curing and preventing diseases. Biologics can be found in vaccines, blood components and as living cells in therapeutic treatments. Biologics can be actual cells obtained from the body or other components such as ...
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Self Discovery Journey in Literature
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...discovery, I seek to determine and discuss the initiation methods used by the authors. Starting from the expectances of the self first of all... the past fears and discoveries of my self concludes that life and the journey dedicated to spiritual evolution is present in every individual and that such novels as "The Alchemist" and "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" are not only very appealing to the readers, but also manage to bring back into focus the stages of becoming by unweaving and weaving back one's path. The analysis of the given literary corpus proved to reach a difficult point when I compared the styles of the two novels and the two different tones that speak about the...
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Data Minining and Data Discovery
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...discovery process that is also known as Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD). The primary function of data mining or KKD is to analyze and search large number of data patterns in a database. Likewise, it utilizes computerized data analysis techniques to expose relationships of data items that were previously hidden or undetected. However, the data... ? Full Paper This paper demonstrates in depth understanding of data mining concepts supported with real world examples. Moreover, data mining commands, languages, techniques are also discussed in detail. Furthermore, along with the benefits, various challenges and their solutions are also discussed briefly. 2 Introduction Data mining is a knowledge...
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DRUG DISCOVERY & DEVELOPMENT HIV/AIDS
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...Discovery & Development for HIV/AIDS (A Report About A New Theoretical New Drug To Be Marketed Internationally) Part I - A. The Discovery A Approaches used for identifying the lead compound included the (a) clarification of terminology definitions such as HIV / AIDS, (b) review of the history of that disease, (c) gathering of available results of studies performed by doctors, and (d) survey of available alternatives that can stop the progression and possibly eliminate the viral infection of confirmed HIV positive patients. HIV / AIDS Defined Human Immunodeficiency Virus appear in two types, namely, HIV-1 and HIV-2. They both cause the disease known as...
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Discovery of a Time Capsule
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...Discovery of a Time Capsule Introduction Time Capsule entails an archeological act of putting objects into a stainless steel container and burying them 50 feet underground with an aim of communicating to the future generation and archeologist about the past. It is vital to note that only special objects that could help to communicate about the way of life and culture of people in the past were included in the capsule. Some of the objects that were included include: photographs, letters, price tags of some special food package, currencies, magazine, toys to mention just but a few of the items included (Seibert, 2002). Time capsule has numerous benefits and limitations....
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Using nanotechnology for new drug discovery
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...discovery Na chnology is a new technological concept that involves the manipulation and building of functional systems on a molecular or atomic scale. Generally nano-science is a diverse field that incorporates the creation of miniature materials and devices for use in medicine, biomaterials, energy production and electronics. The other potential area of application for nanotechnology is biotechnology particularly in the filed of new drug discovery. This article discusses the scientific concept behind nanotechnology, its potential applications in new drug discovery and current movers and shakers in the field of nano-science. Drug discovery is a growing... Other (s) Using na chnology for new drug...
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Prusiner's Prion Discovery: One Man's Dedication
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...Discovery: One Man's Dedication When Stanley Prusiner, a U.S. biochemist at the California in San Francisco (UCSF), received the Nobel Prize in 1997 it was haled as a major scientific discovery. Prusiner had discovered the existence of the prion, a protein whose ability to mutate had been shown to be an agent in several neurological diseases. The existence of prion type disease was recognized as early as the 18th century with the disease scrapies in sheep, but its mechanism was unknown. Prusiner's discovery of the underlying cause was the first new disease causing agent discovered in over a century and promised to unravel the mystery of major diseases such as Alzheimer's. Though... Prusiner's Prion...
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The Discovery of the Structure of DNA
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...Discovery of What Define Us Of all the things which can define a human being, nothing defines them greater than the inner makeup of their genetic design. It is that inner makeup which we can figure out who exactly we are as a species and how we went about evolving over time to become that way. As any student enters their first year of Biology class, the topic of DNA as a whole is one of the biggest frameworks for biological study and understanding all together. Fundamentally, "DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a very special kind of molecule (the smallest particle of a substance that still has all the properties of that substance). DNA consists of two strands, each composed of certain sugars...
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Discovery of electrons(J,J Thomson)
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...discovery of the electron and his subsequent theories which won him the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1906. J.J Thomson discovered the electron in 1897 and set the basis of forming a detailed model of the atom.. His areas of interest included conduction of electricity through gases and cathode rays (Cambridge Physics, 2015). Cathode rays were an enigma during the late 1800s. Many... of the Essay Sub Paper Due Joseph John Thomson was born in Manchester in 1856 and studied in Owens College. He later moved to Cambridge to study Mathematics and in 1884 he became the Cavendish Professor of Physics and was also appointed as the Head of the Cavendish laboratory (Science Museum , 2015). This essay explores his...
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Great expectations Pip's journey toward self-discovery
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...discovery Introduction Bildungsroman is a genre that has been adopted from German tradition and is “characterized by thegrowth, education, and development of a character both in the world and ultimately within himself” (Kern 4). This type of novel features the “psychological and moral” growth of hero from his earlier part of life to mature age. The protagonist of the story connects him with different “fields in life” till the achievement of “self-knowledge” which helps him to be in accord with the world outside him (4). Taken in a broader sense, the central character of Bildungsroman is modern mythical hero who has a quest for “bliss and understanding” and for this he... ? Pip’s journey towards...
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Discovery and settlement of the new world
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...Discovery and settlement of the new world People migrated in ancient times for two main reasons the need for better and suitable climate and the sources of available food. In the western hemisphere, discovery of land stretches over years and years of exploration. People from north and south coast started to settle into every habitant area they could find. Due to different tribes, they developed diversity of culture and languages. They lived in groups and selected a chief or a group of elders to govern the tribe. The highest status was of the principal chief who would be selected from the major clans. Their occupation mainly consisted of hunting and farming...
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The Discovery and conquest of the Americas
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...Discovery and Conquest of the Americas. This essay will consider three primary sources concerned with Herman Cortes’ and the Conquistador’s conquest of parts of the Americas. The first source to be considered consists of letters at the time written by Cortes back to his sponsors, the royal family of Spain. The second source is from another Spanish eye witness, Bernal Diaz, but his words are written some years after the events described. He was someone who had accompanied Cortes, and who is seeking to answer some points raised by other writers on the topic, aiming to give an honest account. Finally Leon-Portillo’s account is written from the opposite point of view, that of...
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Animal modeling in drug discovery and development
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...Discovery and Development Affiliation Animal Modeling in Drug Discovery and Development How Animal Models Integrate into the Drug Discovery and Development Process According to Hughes, Rees, Kalindjian, and Philpott (2011), the process of developing a drug from a novel idea is an intricate and costly one that takes a period of around 15 years more than one US billion dollars. The main aim during the drug production process is the development of a minute molecule that functions like a drug, which is then moved on to the preclinical and the clinical stages of development if it is fruitful in the former stage. After which, it is approved and marketed as an appropriate drug... Animal Modeling in Drug...
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The discovery of the circadian photoreceptor
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...discovery of the circadian photoreceptor (the cell and the molecule). The conceptualization of circadian photoreceptor molecules began it around 19th century when documentation of the plant response to the blue light accrued. However, the real effect of the rhythmic cycles could not be offer enough evidence since the experiments conducted were challenging to adapt to these changes. Therefore, it was not until early 1900s that a genetic perspective proved helpful in trying to understand the behavior of these photoreceptor molecules (Martha , Spoelstra and Roenneberg, 930). The gene coding for these photoreceptors were detected by breeding of bean plant under... Biology Assignment Question Describe the...
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The ubiquitin system, disease and drug discovery
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...discovery has established that the real truth behind degradation where the ubiquitin and proteasome work together in a process to tag and degrade the abnormal proteins. In disease process the ubiquitin process malfunction and proteins... ?Ubiquitin function Ubiquitin is a protein comprised of 76 amino acids. Ub is a protein which is stable in heat that folds up into a globular pattern. Ub is found throughout an entire cell and can exist in a free state or combined with other protein. If it is combined with other protein then it is attached by a covalent bond between the glycine and lysine on the proteins. Ub has a role to play in many cell processes. For example – during the G1 phase of mitosis Ub is...
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Motives for the voyages of discovery
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...discovery The movies that belong to adventure/drama genre provide ample importance to the adventurous lives and the deeds of the protagonists. Within the scenario, some films provide importance to historical characters and some other films project mythical characters. Still, hero worship and the focus on the deeds/noble aim of the protagonist is the focal point of these movies. In the film Conquest of Paradise, Ridley Scott tries to unveil the motive for the voyages of discovery undertaken by the protagonist (say, Christopher Columbus). Thesis statement: The research work on the film Conquest of Paradise proves that the protagonist’s motives for his voyages of discovery... Motives for the voyages of...
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The Discovery of White Collar Crime
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...Discovery of White Collar Crime Introduction The discovery of white collar crime has become a major area of study in the field of criminology. Some past decades have changed the study from an individualized form into an organizational research. The concept was initially put forward by Edwin Sutherland, a renowned criminologist and sociologist, in 1939 in a speech when he was talking to the American Sociological Society emphasizing upon the inclusion of, in the study of criminology, criminal activities performed by reputed businessmen. Since then, the term white collar crime has been introduced which has now “become an established part of the vernacular of...
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Drug Discovery and Development for HIV/AIDS
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...Discovery & Development for HIV/AIDS (A Report About A New Theoretical New Drug To Be Marketed Internationally) Part I - A. The Discovery A Approaches used for identifying the lead compound included the (a) clarification of terminology definitions such as HIV / AIDS, (b) review of the history of that disease, (c) gathering of available results of studies performed by doctors, and (d) survey of available alternatives that can stop the progression and possibly eliminate the viral infection of confirmed HIV positive patients. HIV / AIDS Defined Human Immunodeficiency Virus appear in two types, namely, HIV-1 and HIV-2. They both cause the disease known as...
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Self-discovery and change while attending the University of Bridgeport
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...discovery and changes while attending the of XXX Introduction I have been suffering from severe pain in my arm since eleven, it was then that I was diagnosed that I have bone cancer. The only method presented in order for me to survive was to cut my arm off. That was the reality of my life, and I knew that I had to accept it first to be able to overcome it. I was actually experiencing reality. Reality is experienced in four ways through various domains, which are our body, thought, emotion and awareness. Most people experience their world through the means of their body, thought and emotion. Identifying with these domains can result to our senses being taken over by...
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Oil Discovery and its effect on democratic growth in Ghana
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...Discovery and Its Effects on the Democratic Growth in Ghana Introduction Having almost half of its population living on less than 65 cents a day,Sub-Saharan Africa is considered as the poorest region in the world. The average living standards in this region lag far behind those in the real world. As the world faces a new millennium and countries from around the world strive to achieve development projects and status quo, Africa faces tough roads and challenges none have ever encountered. Although it seems that their case is hopeless, major discoveries and explorations have turned Africa into what we call “rich” less developed countries (Jerome 9). Over the last decade, oil explorations... ...
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Cultures in Conflict, Christians, Muslims, Jews in the Discovery
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...Discovery Regarding the theme of culture identity and representation, I agree with Lewis about the cultures of different religions being in a constant conflict. Despite the underlying similarities in these three religions, fundamental differences have been brought about by misconceptions and created a conflict. Some terminologies which have arisen in the modern times have been associated with certain cultures although they apply to the entire society. Multiculturalism, for example, presents an element which is highly perceived to be Eurocentric and western despite the term being applicable within many societies (Lewis, p77... Task Cultures in Conflict, Christians, Muslims and Jews in the age of...
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The Discovery of the Theory of Natural Selection by Darwin
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...Discovery of the Theory of Natural Selection by Darwin Introduction Since the dawn of civilization, man has tried to explain his existence and the development of all living things. Various theories have been established by scholars and philosophers and these theories have established various explanations and schools of thought on the existence of man and of the universe. No theory has been as revolutionary or as controversial as the theory by Charles Darwin in his thoughts on natural selection. This paper shall discuss the discovery of the theory of natural selection by Darwin. It shall first present a summary of the scientific theories about evolution before Darwin’s... ?Natural Selection (school) The...
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The Discovery Of Society by Randall Collins and Michael Makowsky
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...Discovery Of Society by Randall Collins and Michael Makowsky Introduction ofThe Author And The Book In this traditional text, Makowsky and Collins survey the ideas and lives of the societal thinkers who have formed and persist to falsify ethnicity in sociology. Spotlight on the great names in the field, they interlace conceptual and biographical particulars into a tapestry of the history of social consideration of the 19th and 20th centuries. Written in a descriptive style that is accessible, appealing, and thrilling, this book is an exceptional addition for courses in social/sociological theory, the history of communal consideration, the history of sociology, and preface... of sociology and...
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Religious Discovery for Lawrence Clarkson and John Buyan
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...discovery. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners by John Buyan John Buyan comes through a religious discovery in a series of events, as he has explained in Grace Abounding. He states that during the time he was without the leadership of God, the devil had taken him captive. He was full of sin and evil for so long that they became part of his nature. During that time as a childhood sinner, he would sleep and get fearful nightmares, in which he saw evil spirits coming after him. He would often wish that there would be no hell or that he would be the devil so he could torment but not be tormented. As time went by, he reached the stage... knowledge in London. There, he learnt the difference of...
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Impact of Oil Discovery on State-building in Saudi Arabia
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...Discovery on State-building in Saudi Arabia On 3rd March, 1938, Saudi Arabia made a discovery that was to change the economic dimension of the country. The American-owned company, Dhahran identified the country’s large source of petroleum in the whole world. Before this discovery, the population was mainly nomadic. The economy was mainly anchored on revenue collected from tourism that came to visit the holy city of Mecca. However, over the years, the country has shifted its attention towards oil production, with 92% of the country’s budget dependent largely on oil revenues. The discovery of oil has changed the demographics in the country. For instance, the number of foreigners working... Impact of Oil...
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How did the discovery of the Americas impacted European life
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...Discovery of Americas and the Influence on the European Life America was discovered by the Europeans long before Columbus. These discoveries led neither to the identification of America as a new continent, nor to the establishment of relations with Europe. America was finally discovered by Europeans in the 15t century. Initially, in the background of the Columbus voyage were the commercial interests to find the new routes to the rich countries of South. However, several mistakes were made in the calculations, and the sailors reached America instead of Japan. In this respect, Columbus’ discovery of a New World was a disappointment, because he had gone in search of western access to Japan... Month...
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World History. The age of discovery and industrialization
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...discovery refers to the period between 15th and 17th century when European countries rose to conquer and trade with other nations in an effort to expand their empire. Evolution of the west started with spice trade which forced Europeans to explore new territories in search of spices and valuable goods. The resultant of this exploration was the Columbian exchange which was characterized by exchange of animals, cultural integration and the slave trade between Americans and Afro-Eurasians. As the Europeans explored the coastal shores of Africa and Asia, they took Africans as slave servants in their country. In brief, the discovery age, was a period... History and Political Science World History The age of...
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The Man Nobody Knows: A Discovery of the Real Jesus
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...Discovery of the Real Jesus.” “The Man Nobody Knows” is a historical tale portraying the biblicalworks of Jesus Christ as the “founder of modern business.” In this article, the attributes of Jesus are clearly underlined to match those of a successful businessperson of the modern world. The preaching and life of Christ reflect the path of any successful executive. The story comes about due to a continued revolt in a young man’s mind about the works of Jesus; he feels that, although Jesus came to save the world, His life and missions relates to a journey of a successful businessman. “Cultural Modernism” as a theme is manifested in this story as a philosophical movement aimed... “The Man Nobody Knows: a...
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Price discovery in American and British Property Markets
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...discovery in American and British Property Markets The most appropriate way of comparing family housing costs in the two countries, given differences in income levels and floating exchange rates, is to look at housing costs as a percentage of household income. For home-owners, it appears that housing costs (mortgage payments, power and fuel bills, and property taxes) constituted a slightly higher proportion of household income in the early 1980s in the United States than in Britain. Housing costs as a percentage of household income for tenants were much higher in the United States. We turn first to an examination of the home-ownership sector. The components of home-owners' costs varied... Price...
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