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  • researchgate.net ResearchGate was built for scientists, by scientists,with the idea that science can do more when it's driven by collaboration.

    ResearchGate began when two researchers discovered first-hand that working with a friend or colleague based on the other side of the world was no easy task. The rapid evolution of technology has opened the door to change; by providing you with the right tools, we strive to facilitate scientific collaboration on a global scale.

    A hub for your research, your expertise, your contacts - Research doesn't have to be confined to the lab; present yourself and your work, grow your contacts and connect with a global scientific community. All from your ResearchGate profile.
    A place to get answers - Progress always involves obstacles; we enable you to discuss your work and methodology, help others and find solutions together.
    Millions of publications at your fingertips - It can be tricky to get hold of the right publications; so whether you want to find something specific, discover something new or share your own work with the community, we have the tools to make it happen.
    Staying on top of everything can be a challenge; we list thousands of scientific conferences from across the world, making it easy for you to stay informed, engaged and involved.
    Jobs aren't always easy to come by; our specialised listings devoted to science and research make spotting your ideal position a swift and straightforward process. It's that simple.
  • nobelprize.org Nobelprize.org is the official web site of the Nobel Prize. Here you will find information for every Nobel Prize since 1901, including the Nobel Laureates' biographies, Nobel Lectures, interviews, photos, articles, video clips, press releases, educational games and more. Nobelprize.org (http://nobelprize.org) is a registered trademark, and is produced, managed and maintained by Nobel Media. Nobel Media AB is a Swedish corporate entity and subsidiary of the Nobel Foundation Rights Association, a non-profit association managing the rights of the Nobel Foundation.
    Information about the organisational structure surrounding the Nobel Prize. Alongside its own productions, Nobel Media AB processes and publishes information from the Nobel Foundation, the Nobel Prize-Awarding Institutions, the Nobel Laureates and other Nobel Prize-associated entities. Its dedicated staff is assisted by advisers, whose knowledge and expertise about Nobel Prize topics and the Nobel Laureates' achievements ensure the reliability and quality of the information presented at Nobelprize.org. Nobelprize.org provides comprehensive, first-hand information about the Nobel Prize and Nobel Laureates in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature and Peace starting in 1901, as well as the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel and the Economics Laureates starting in 1969. Visitors to the site also get to know about Alfred Nobel, the man behind the Nobel Prize. As the official online information source for the Nobel Prize, visitors learn about the names of the year's Nobel Laureates just seconds after the prize announcements are made by the Nobel Prize-Awarding Institutions each October. Aside from the press releases, information about the Nobel Laureates and their work is made available through interviews, Nobel Lectures, speeches, articles, and more. In early December, as the Nobel Laureates arrive in Stockholm and Oslo to receive the Nobel Prize Medal, Diploma and prize amount, Nobelprize.org follows their activities and presents them online. Visitors can also watch the Nobel Laureates present their Nobel Lectures, and experience the magic of the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies through live web casts.
  • unesco.org UNESCO works to create the conditions for dialogue among civilizations, cultures and peoples, based upon respect for commonly shared values. It is through this dialogue that the world can achieve global visions of sustainable development encompassing observance of human rights, mutual respect and the alleviation of poverty, all of which are at the heart of UNESCO'S mission and activities.
         The broad goals and concrete objectives of the international community - as set out in the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) - underpin all UNESCO's strategies and activities. Thus UNESCO's unique competencies in education, the sciences, culture and communication and information contribute towards the realization of those goals.
         UNESCO's mission is to contribute to the building of peace, the eradication of poverty, sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education, the sciences, culture, communication and information. The Organization focuses, in particular, on two global priorities:
          - Africa
          - Gender equality
         And on a number of overarching objectives:
          - Attaining quality education for all and lifelong learning
          - Mobilizing science knowledge and policy for sustainable development
          - Addressing emerging social and ethical challenges
          - Fostering cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and a culture of peace
          - Building inclusive knowledge societies through information and communication
  • worldscientific.com The mission of World Scientific is to develop the highest quality knowledge-based products and services for the academic, scientific, professional, research and student communities worldwide.

    World Scientific publishes about 500 titles a year and 120 journals in various fields. Many of its books are recommended texts adopted by renowned institutions such as Harvard University, California Institute of Technology, Stanford University and Princeton University.

    World Scientific was awarded the exclusive rights in 1991 by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm to publish (in English) the entire series of Nobel lectures from 1971 to 1990 and to distribute them worldwide. Subsequently, World Scientific again obtained the rights to publish the Nobel lectures from 1991 - 2005.

    In 1995, World Scientific co-founded the London-based Imperial College Press with London University's Imperial College. In 2006, the Press became a wholly-owned subsidiary of World Scientific. The Press publishes mainly in the fields in which Imperial College itself is particularly well-known, such as Engineering, Medicine, Information Technology, Environmental Technology, and Management Sciences. Imperial College Press has published about 650 books and 8 journals to date.

    World Scientific is also the exclusive distributor for The National Academies Press (based in Washington, D.C.) in Asia-Pacific (except Japan, New Zealand and Australia).
  • nasa.gov NASA conducts its work in three principal organizations, called mission directorates:
    1. Aeronautics: pioneers and proves new flight technologies that improve our ability to explore and which have practical applications on Earth.
    2. Human Exploration and Operations: focuses on International Space Station operations and human exploration beyond low Earth orbit.
    3. Science: explores the Earth, solar system and universe beyond; charts the best route of discovery; and reaps the benefits of Earth and space exploration for society.
    In the early 21st century, NASA's reach spans the universe. The Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is still studying Mars after arriving with its twin Spirit in 2004. Cassini is in orbit around Saturn, as Juno makes its way to Jupiter. The restored Hubble Space Telescope continues to explore the deepest reaches of the cosmos.
    Closer to home, the latest crew of the International Space Station is extending the permanent human presence in space. Earth Science satellites are sending back unprecedented data on Earth's oceans, climate and other features. NASA's aeronautics team is working with other government organizations, universities, and industry to fundamentally improve the air transportation experience and retain our nation's leadership in global aviation.
    The end of the space shuttle program does not mean the end of NASA, or even of NASA sending humans into space. NASA has a robust program of exploration, technology development and scientific research that will last for years to come. Here is what's next for NASA:
    - NASA is designing and building the capabilities to send humans to explore the solar system, working toward a goal of landing humans on Mars.
    - The International Space Station is fully staffed with a crew of six, and American astronauts will continue to live and work there in space 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. read more...
  • elsevier.com Elsevier is committed to making genuine contributions to the science and health communities by providing:
    World-Class Information
    Elsevier publishes trusted, leading-edge Scientific, Technical and Medical (STM) information - pushing the frontiers and fueling a continuous cycle of exploration, discovery and application.
    Global Dissemination
    Elsevier disseminates and preserves STM literature to meet the information needs of the world's present and future scientists and clinicians - linking thinkers with ideas.
    Innovative Tools
    Elsevier develops electronic tools that demonstrably improve the productivity and outcomes of those we serve - we are dedicated to helping them make a difference.
    Working Together
    Elsevier works in partnership with the communities we serve to advance scholarship and improve lives. This interrelationship is expressed in our company's Latin motto, Non Solus, "not alone".
  • topuniversities.com QS links high achievers from the graduate, MBA and executive communities around the world with leading business schools, postgraduate departments at universities and with employers, through websites, events, e-guides and technical solutions.
    QS organises the largest business education events in the world, the QS World MBA Tour, the QS World Executive MBA Tour and the leading postgraduate studies information event, the QS World Grad School Tour, amongst an extensive product range including print and online publications and software solutions.
    QS is the leading global career and education network for ambitious professionals looking to further both their personal and professional development. With extensive contacts in the field of higher education, our industry expertise and experience gives us the flexibility to adapt to the needs of our prospective clients. At QS we believe that education and career decisions are too important to leave to chance, so we want to ensure candidates have access to the best tools and the best independent expert information before making a decision. Our ambition is to be the world's leading media, events and software company in the higher education field.
    QS is the most trusted on-line and off-line meeting place for all candidates, schools and businesses for career and educational related decisions. We are a medium-sized company with over 150 staff in offices throughout the world: London, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Boston, Washington DC, Johannesburg and Alicante. A multi-cultural employee base, there are 26 languages spoken in the marketing department alone. The QS World MBA Tour travels to 70 cities in 39 countries enabling over 50,000 ambitious MBA candidates to meet face-to-face with high calibre business schools. The QS World Grad School Tour visits 47 cities in 31 countries bringing the complete A to Z of postgraduate programs to over 40,000 interested masters and PhD students.

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