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International Journal of Systems Signal Control and Engineering Application

As we believe that your invaluable experience and insights as great scholar in the area will be enlightening to our readers, you're sincerely invited to send your original research work to us.

Prof. Wudhichai Assawinchaichote
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi,
Thailand
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International Business Management

It is the time to connect all our ideas about doing in business and managing it in the active world. In the context of China-Trump commerce war, this is the time to show your viewpoint on academic theory and practice applying in business life.

Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy
GSIM, International University of Japan,
Niigata, Japan
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Veterinary Research

Warm Greetings from Veterinary Research. This is an Open access and highly peer reviewed journal, Globalise your research by this ethical and effective path.

Dr. Omer Baris Ince
Pamukkale University
Turkey
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The Social Sciences

As we believe that your invaluable experience and insights as great scholar in the area will be enlightening to our readers, you're sincerely invited to send your original research work to us.

Imam Shofwan
Universitas Negeri Semarang,
Indonesia
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Research Journal of Agronomy

We cordially invite researchers, professors and PhD students who are finishing their studies and wish to publish a research article / case report / pilot study or any type of article

Prof. Jaime Cuauhtemoc Negrete
Editor-in-Chief
Research Journal of Agronomy
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Latest Research News



Using sponges to wipe out cancer
Posted on Saturday April 04, 2020
Manzamine A, a natural product derived from certain groups of sponges, can block the growth of cervical cancer cells, report researchers. Manzamine A targets a protein that is highly expressed in many cancers, including cervical cancer, and is the first reported inhibitor of this protein.


US modelling study estimates impact of school closures for COVID-19 on US health-care workforce and associated mortality
Posted on Saturday April 04, 2020
US policymakers considering physical distancing measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 face a difficult trade-off between closing schools to reduce transmission and new cases, and potential health-care worker absenteeism due to additional childcare needs that could ultimately increase mortality from COVID-19, according to new modelling research.