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Summary: Kyoto [Japan], November 17 (ANI): Three scholars have been awarded Japan's highest private award for global achievement called the Kyoto Prize, in recognition of their great achievements in the fields of advanced technology, basic science, and arts, respectively.
Contract awarded for Basic science research institute
PESHAWAR -- Sakhi Zaman and Imtiaz Ahmad, Department of Basic Science and Islamiat, University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar will defend their Ph.
In this electronic book (available on iPad, iPhone, and Mac), the editors, along with distinguished researchers and clinicians, aimed to present the basic science of pain and its clinical application in a concise and interactive manner.
Objective: To explore the demographics of individuals teaching basic science courses in private nursing schools.
Medical Cannabis: Basic Science & Clinical Applications: What Clinicians Need to Know and Why
Lack of government's attention to problems in science sector of Kyrgyzstan led to disruption of a traditional partnership scheme between fundamental and applied science with the industry, President of the National Academy of Sciences Abdygany Erkebayev said at the third meeting of the CIS Council on Cooperation in the field of Basic Science.
Basic Science teachers should also remain vigilant and see to it that no such adverse decision is bulldozed in the PM and DC which reduces the importance of basic sciences which are considered as the foundations of medical education.
The study investigated teachers' involvement in implementing the basic science and technology curriculum in primary schools in WSLGA (Warri South Local Government Area) of Delta State.
Summary: Basic science in the field of healthcare refers to any science that relates to the prevention, cure or alleviation of disease.
These changes will have an impact on licensing, medical school curricular design, the way faculty present both basic science and clinical science training, and the library resources and services that students and faculty need.
The membership exam for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (MRCOG) in London tests candidates in basic science with the Part I exam.