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    • Virtual Antigens made by Laser Beams 

      Riss, Udo (2014-01)
    • Viruses, the vehicle for cancer gene therapy: A Review 

      Nurliyana Mohd, Yusof; Natasha Nur Afiqah, Mohamed Noor Fuadi; Mohd Azuraidi, Osman; Mohd Azmi, Mohd Lila; Nik Mohd Afizan Nik, Abd Rahman (African Science Publications, 2020-07-09)
      Cancer diseases are among the world’s leading causes of death, and this global burden is expected to rise in the next two decades. Researchers have been focusing on gene treatment strategy to curb this growing number. To ...
    • Wastewater Recycling And Re-Use As Solution To Water Stress In 

      Mwanyumba, Habert (University of Embu, 2017)
      Water stress as defined by the (European environment agency 2014) occurs when the demand for water during a certain period of time exceeds the available amount or poor quality exceeds its use. Water recycling is reusing ...
    • Web Based Tender Evaluation and Quotation Analysis System 

      Murage, James Mwangi (University of Embu, 2019-04)
      This study describes all the features and procedures that were followed to have a fully functional system. Further it naentions all the details of the project how it was developed, its primary requirements, as well as ...
    • Web Integrated School Management Information System: Case Study-Mt. Laverna High School 

      Obuya, Aziza (University of Embu, 2019-04)
      The student result management information system was carried out to automate the manual processes of compiling student’s examination results. It was necessitated due to some setbacks in manual result processing. The ...
    • Web Semantic and Ontology 

      Gontier, Elodie M. (Scientific Research Publishing, 2015-06)
      Ontologies have become a popular research topic in many communities. In fact, ontology is a main component of this research; therefore, the definition, structure and the main operations and applications of ontology are ...
    • Weis-Fogh Mechanism Mathematic Model of Wave Power Generation Device 

      Chen, Xin; Kuang, Quan; Li, Yang; Wang, Songbo; Ye, Yunling; Zhang, Shesheng (Scientific Research, 2014-12)
      A Weis-Fogh mechanism wave power generation system is designed, its physical model and mathematical model are discussed, and the component expressions of fluid dynamic expression are derived. Adopting numerical integral ...
    • Western honey bee management for crop pollination 

      Toni, C.H.; Djossa, B.A.; Yedomonhan, H.; Zannou, E.T.; Mensah, G.A. (2018-02)
      This literature review seeks to provide an outlook of the use of Western honeybee for crop pollination around the world. It was prepared by collecting information on the use of managed honey bees, Apis mellifera in crop ...
    • What Is the Best Surgical Approach for Bilateral Pulmonary Hydatid Cysts in Children? 

      Baram, Aram (Scientific Research, 2015-03)
      Introduction: The most common site for hydatid cysts in children is the lungs while in adult hepatic cysts are predominant. Bilateral pulmonary involvement is relatively rare and its surgical management is poorly described ...
    • When Does My Future Begin? Student Debt and Intragenerational Mobility 

      Elliott, William; Rauscher, Emily (Scientific Research, 2018-04)
      Higher education financing policy largely assumes that college graduates enjoy equal opportunities for economic mobility regardless of how they finance their degrees. To examine this contention, this study uses data from ...
    • When Utility Jumps: The Value of Having Cash in the Hand 

      Rotthoff, Kurt W.; Coffey, Bentley (Scientific Research, 2018-02)
      Different theoretical explanations have been developed for seemingly inconsistent actions that deal with varying levels of risk and time. We propose a simple model of utility that unifies these seemingly separate ...
    • Why Judaism and Islam Prohibit Eating Pork and Consuming Blood as a Food? 

      Brondz, Ilia (Scientific Research, 2018-06)
      To date, many influential religious leaders from both Judaism and Islam have attempted to provide answers to the question of why both these religions prohibit eating pork. The most straightforward answer is that the Lord ...
    • Why the Bible Cannot and Should Not Be Taken Literally 

      Firestone, Randall S. (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      This paper argues that there are at least five reasons why the claim that the Bible is to be taken literally defies logic or otherwise makes no sense, and why literalists are in no position to claim that they have the ...
    • A Wideband Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna for 60 GHz Wireless Communications 

      Zhou, Rongguo; Liu, Duixian; Xin, Hao (Scientific Research Publishing, 2012-07)
      This paper presents the design of a fully packaged 60 GHz wideband patch antenna incorporating an air cavity and a fused silica superstrate. Circular polarization (CP) is realized by introducing a diagonal slot at the ...
    • WiMAX System Simulation and Performance Analysis under the Influence of Jamming 

      Jha, Rakesh; Patel, Hardik; Dalal, Upena D.; Vishal, Wankhede A. (Scientific Research Publishing, 2010-07)
      This paper presents simulation of WiMAX based system under jamming. The performance of the system was found out to greatly differ with the use of different jamming signals, allowing central areas to be identified, where ...
    • A Wireless Body Sensor Platform to Detect Progressive Deterioration in Musculoskeletal Systems 

      Hanley, Paul; Fergus, Paul; Bouhafs, Faycal (Scientific Research Publishing, 2013-03)
      Recent developments in technology have helped to reduce the physical size and weight of devices and opened up new opportunities for their application in delivering unobtrusive healthcare services. In particular, kinetic ...
    • Wireless Hybrid QoS Architecture with an Enhancement of Fair Intelligent Congestion Control 

      Zheng, Li; Hoang, Doan B.; Li, Ming (Scientific Research Publishing, 2012-07)
      More subtle and explicit QoS control mechanisms are required at the radio access level, even though the simple and scalable Differentiated Services (DiffServ) QoS control model is acceptable for the core of the network. ...
    • A Wireless Sensor Network Solution for Precision Agriculture Based on Zigbee Technology 

      Keshtgari, Manijeh; Deljoo, Amene (Scientific Research Publishing, 2011-12)
      Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have attracted much atten tion in recent years. The potential applications of WSNs are immense. They are used for collecting, storing and sharing sensed data. WSNs have been used ...
    • Witchweed’s Suicidal Germination: Can Slenderleaf Help? 

      Mwakha, Fridah A.; Budambula, Nancy; Neondo, Johnstone O.; Gichimu, Bernard M.; Odari, Eddy O.; Kamau, Peter K.; Odero, Calvins; Kibet, Willy; Runo, Steven (MDPI, 2020-06)
      The parasitic plant Striga hermonthica (Delile) Benth. is stimulated to germinate by biomolecules (strigolactones) produced in the roots of host and some non-host plants. Non-hosts induce Striga’s suicidal germination ...
    • Women Empowerment and Skilled Attendance/Facility Delivery in a Rural Community of Western Kenya 

      Asweto, Collins O.; Ouma, J. O.; Aluoch, J. R.; Obonyo, C. O. (2014-04)
      It is estimated that over 500,000 women die annually due to maternity complications, majority occur in the developing countries. In Kenya, maternal mortality ratio still remains high despite increased maternal health ...