Monthly Archives: March 2012

79 New Great Books Are Out and Available

Honestly, we did not intend to publish a “prime” number of books this time, it was just a coincidence. If mathematics is not your forte, there is a wide selection of the latest topics in Science, Technology and Medicine in … Continue reading

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91 New Books out in the Open

At InTech, we are dedicated to publishing free open access scientific content regardless of the season, but we decided to commence this spring by enriching our digital repository with 91 new titles in the fields of Science, Technology and Medicine. … Continue reading

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Altmetrics in the Wild: Towards Creating a Live CV

The more scholars move their work online from where it was once ephemeral and hidden, the more they are integrating social media to their communication, the closer we are to telling what is the value that they themselves add to … Continue reading

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Dr. Allan Ernest Talks About What is Quantum Theory, Gravitational Quantisation and Dark Matter

Quantum physics theories, being at the core of all scientific principles, rationalise the role of matter and its relations to energy, all on a scale of atoms. Quantum theory revolutionised physics as up until the 19th century, matter and energy … Continue reading

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Share 2 Conference – The Revolution Will Not be Able to Stay at Home

“It’s remarkable how much the protest vanguards share.” (Time Person of the Year: The Protester) The Share Conference organizers are obviously from the future – the first year has brought us speakers from the Pirate Parties warning us about ontological … Continue reading

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The Silent Thief of Sight: Don’t Let Glaucoma Darken Your Life

March 12th to 17th is World Glaucoma Week. Glaucoma is a serious disease affecting the eyes, more specifically the optic nerve, preventing transmission of information between the optic nerve and the brain. Also called “the silent thief of sight“, it … Continue reading

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A Wealth of Information: 67 Great New Books

We are pleased to say that we continue to pick up the pace of publishing. We’ve just added 67 new Open Access book titles to our reading platform, which are now available for you to read, share, download and enjoy. … Continue reading

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