Monthly Archives: October 2011

Thank you for the SHOW, Rijeka!

Introducing Mia Maček, one of our copywriters and one of SHOW runners who has just set out these impressions for everyone who attended the SHOW (or regret that they didn’t)… Did you enjoy the SHOW? We are not taking you … Continue reading

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Free Your Idea: Come and See the SHOW!

If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea, which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself; … Continue reading

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Catch those 22 in the Open

There is no catch – all 22 of InTech’s latest books can be downloaded for free form our reading platform InTechOpen. While we are slowly pushing towards the wonderful number of 1000 books in the fields of science, technology and … Continue reading

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We Are All Breast Cancer Aware. What About You, Where’s your Pink Ribbon?

October, generally associated to autumn colors, longer nights and shorter days, hazy weather and humidity literally invading your bones, marks a special international occurrence we would rather not have to blog about, the breast cancer awareness month. Nevertheless, raising women’s … Continue reading

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InTech Hits the World Conference on Regenerative Medicine

This year InTech hits heavily STM conferences around the world to give our authors both visibility by promoting their books, journal articles, and chapters as well as an insight on what are the latest developments and advances within some of … Continue reading

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First Open Access Week in Croatia: SHOW Program Now Ready!

For the first time in Croatia, Open Access Week event will be held from October 26 through October 27 at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka. The schedule for the SHOW (Share/Open Access/Worldwide) is now ready and … Continue reading

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Be aware as Dr. Marin Soljačić Rises to Science Stardom

Born in Zagreb, Croatia, 37 years ago, Dr. Marin Soljačić is a physicist and electrical engineer recently brought to the attention of tech geeks around the globe for successfully accomplishing wireless non-radiative energy transfer. On the trail of Tesla, who … Continue reading

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About Supply Chain Management: Dr. Mamun Habib Gives InTech an Insight on the Latest Trends in the Field

Under the editorship of the renowned researcher Dr. Md. Mamun Habib, InTech recently published the book Supply Chain Management-Applications and Simulations, to be comprised in its already highly popular SCM collection of publications. Dr. Habib is presently working as Assistant … Continue reading

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New Open Access Books – Freshly Pressed

19 new open access books have just been uploaded to our reading platform. With a base of more than 700 books, InTech places itself as the world leader in publishing highly specialized open access books in science, technology and medicine. … Continue reading

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Geminoid Replicants of Your Own Self? It’s All Possible with Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro

Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro, InTech’s long term author and the director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory at Osaka University, Japan, has been an undeniable pioneer in conceptualising, engineering, and bringing to “life” actroids, humanoid robots hardly machines in their resemblance to  … Continue reading

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