A comparison between two main academic literature collections: Web of science and scopus databasesArezoo Aghaei Chadegani; Hadi Salehi; Melor Md Yunus; Hadi Farhadi; Masood Fooladi; Maryam Farhadi; Nader Ale Ebrahim(Profiled Author: Melor Md Yunus) Asian Social Science. 2013;9(5):18-26.ScopusFull text | Abstract Nowadays, the world's scientific community has been publishing an enormous number of papers in different scientific fields. In such
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Clemens Heitzinger, assistant professor of applied mathematics in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, has recently been awarded the prestigious START Prize by the Austrian Science Fund FWF.
Dinosaurs got big. Whilst some members of the group did remain quite small in size, many species grew to stupendous dimensions, the like of which we have not seen again since their extinction. As dinosaurs only lived on land, they didn’t have the benefits that whales do of letting water support their massive bulk. Dinosaurs had to contend with gravity, which is rather troublesome when you’ve got a great big skeleton to lug around. So how did these leviathans manage... Read more