Confidentiality, sense of proprietorship and exclusivity has long been a bottleneck in research dissemination. Gladly, recent years’ open science movements have managed to make some impact on that front. Continue reading “Biology’s Data Barrier : Europe’s à la carte solution”
17th November, 1999, The UNESCO announced 21st February as “International Mother Langugae Day”. Since then, this day is being observed all over the world! This week, UN launches new initiative to promote multilingualism. Continue reading “GlotPress : A Translation Tool”
Referencing is a crucial part of any thesis/dissertation. We all know that. Depending on the review authority you are submitting you paper to, references may actually differ in style.
While many universities are fairly liberal on their students approach to follow any of the conventional style like harvard or ieee numeric referencing styles, many faculties or institutions actually put a guide to use any one type of references (which I hope, is to uniform the quality of the structure of all reports). Continue reading “Writing Thesis/Dissertation: Referencing Tools”