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ISSN 1013-5316 : CODEN : SINTE 8
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Knowledge has no limits and no boundaries for research maniac.
Research terminates at infinity
Though, research in science has assumed immeasurable dimensions with its classification into different fields of study, yet, there are matters of mutual interest to give comprehensive treatment to the subject under investigation. In surmounting the problems in respective areas, one invariably is forced to encroach other disciplines. There are number of instances of joint ventures, involving scientists from divergent fields of study, to develop consensus to conclude. In the strict sense, research at top levels has resisted to be colonized. For example,
Study in genetics, has impact on a number of physical and biological sciences.
Research in crystallography has been a subject of mutual interest of physicists, chemists and chemical engineers etc. alike.
Computer simulation is matter of universal interest.
Environmental studies has motivated almost all the sectors of science to share responsibilities in the wake of growing pollution.
The kind of forum, thus, contemplated by the science international is aimed at providing common room for scientists from various fields of pure and applied sciences for direct communication to share their knowledge. The cross breeding of ideas certainly helps in the exploration of new avenues in the world of science.
Honour to our Worthy Executive Editor.

First Female Pakistani Geomorphologist and Postdoctoral DESIMGOW Moderator Dr. Khalida M. Khan Adored as Postdoctoral DRR Researcher of the Year at NPA—PU Esteemed Globally—Asian Lady to Attain High Contour Profile.
United Nations KAKHTAH Multiversity DRR Repositories and Gold Medal Scholarships posthumously named after UN Kofi Annan and Pakistan’s Aurangzeb Hafi, for their meritorious renderings that marked the highest on-grounding impact factor on the DRR conceptual and strategic frameworks, in the aftermaths of the most devastating natural catastrophe of the recent centuries’ recorded history, i.e. the Asian Tsunami of 2004. The first KAKHATH DRR Digital Repository established at University of the Punjab, Pakistan.

AAG Member and First Female Pakistani Geomorphologist Khalida Khan Honored as ISDR Researcher of the Year

Staff March 1, 2016 AAG Member and First Female Pakistani Geomorphologist Khalida Khan Honored as ISDR Researcher of the Year2016-03-10T13:37:27+00:00 Member News

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Dr. Khalida M. Khan has been honored as ISDR Researcher of the Year at the U.S. National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) by the Inter-regional Directors’ Board of the SAARC-ASEAN Post-doc Academia.

Khan is an Associate Professor in Geology and Mountain Research at the University of Punjab. She also founded the Centre for Integrated Mountain Research (CIMR) at the Univeristy of Punjab in 1987 and has served as the Centre’s director since its inception. Dr. Khan is a former UNESCO chair holder whose research interests include geomorphology, sustainable development education, watershed conservation and management, socio-cultural and economic studies, women/gender and mountain studies, impact assessment of mountainous areas analytical studies, eco-tourism, hazard investigations, and strategic rural areas studies.



Points to ponder

Nature of time.?

What is its orgin?

Is time a phenomenal parameter of the universe. or vice versa

Is it a road to infinity.?

Is it dimensionless or multidimensional ?

Is it an envelop that contains the whole universe.

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1,500 scientists lift the lid on reproducibility in published scientific research
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Promising gene therapies pose million-dollar conundrum
Drugs that act by modifying a patient’s genes are close to approval in the United States, and one is already available in Europe. But with estimated price tags of at least US$1 million per patient, how will anyone pay for these treatments? 
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How iPS cells changed the world
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Personalized medicine will employ computer algorithms
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