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New Science Theory Ebook By Vincent Wilmot
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New Science Theory by Vincent Wilmot is basically the New-Science-Theory.com website as on 23.4.2015 – for later changes visit the site with a Sitemap noting updates. Especially good for those... More > interested in physics, it concentrates chiefly on the four great physicists Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Rene Descartes and William Gilbert. Also here are fine sections covering Galileo, Kepler, History of Science, Philosophy of Science, Gravity, Light, Standard Model, String Theory, Probability Science and General Image Theory.< Less
Nursing Homes: Care and Confinement By J.S. D'Amico
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This work provides insight into nursing homes and other long-term care facilities through the perspective and experience of a clinical social worker, encouraging seniors and their families to... More > consider how they will spend their final days, months, or years.< Less
ROLE OF DIPEPTIDYL - PEPTIDASE IV (DPP-IV) IN TYPE II DIABETES By Dr Allenki Venkatesham
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Dipeptidyl-peptidase IV (DPP-IV) plays a great role in the scientific, pharmaceutical, and medical research. Dipeptidyl peptidase IV (CD26; E.C. 3.4.14.5) is plasma membrane glycoprotein exopeptidase... More > that belongs to the prolyl oligopeptidase family.< Less
Chain Atoms By Alan Williams
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The silly old nucleus system is disregarded. Atoms involve chains of particles, and the periodic table helps to support this. There are also original ideas on magnetism, light, electricity and... More > gravity. Structures are proposed for atoms, electrons and protons. There is also a level of explanation for particle fields and bonding. This publication is of about 16,000 words and 60 diagrams. It is written in a manner which does not assume much prior knowledge, but it is still suitable for professors and other people with a science interest.< Less