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Computer Networking

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Computer networking is considered a branch of electrical engineering, telecommunications, computer science, information technology or computer engineering. Computer network is a telecommunications network which allows nodes that originate, route and terminate the data to send it. Through computer networks, connected computers exchange data with each other using a link. The ...

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The Future of Transportation

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The Future of Transportation Transportation is a mean of connecting people. We use different transportation means and transit systems to reach our destinations and to move essential goods. It is well known that safety and innovation in transportation are entwined with economic opportunity for all people. During the upcoming 30 ...

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Energy Resources: Harnessing Solar Energy by Solar Farms

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Energy Resources in Urban Areas Urban areas records the highest power consumption in any country and thus the need for shifting to renewable energy is increasing. Cities are considered as the smoking chimneys in a country. Increased level of pollution has given rise to number of health problems and diseases. This ...

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New technique for Lithium-Sulfur batteries improvement

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Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries nowadays are used in many devices especially portable ones such as laptops, mobile phones, fitness trackers, tablets and smart watches. Nevertheless, their energy density(1) needs improvement to be used on a larger scale such as in smart grid and the new applications in electric transport systems. On ...

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Sustainability as a Reaction to Pollution

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The Sustainable Cities emerged as a reaction to the industrial development and the spread of advanced technology, which led to the spread of pollution, which has become part of the contemporary world and that it has spread in all aspects of life and has several forms, whether, in climate pollution ...

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Benefits of Attending an International Conference in Egypt

Attending international conferences gives you the chance to listen to different points of view and learn new ideas and trends in your field and will make you a known figure in academic circles, not to mention the benefits for your resume as it will create an impression that you are ...

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The Need of Regional Planning

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Why Regional Planning? Regional Planning encompasses even larger area when compared to city planning; Number of cities might be covered when considering a region but rural area remains at the core for which planning is to be done. Along with rural areas many lower level towns in addition to the ...

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What is City Planning

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City Planning Definition:   City planning often goes by different names such as Town Planning, Urban Planning, City Planning, Spatial Planning, Physical Planning and at times simply “Planning”. This is one of the recent field which came into existence some decades ago and is yet to find its independent position. ...

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Can physical activity reduce breast cancer?

Can Physical activity reduce breast cancer?

Researchers have long been studying physical activities and sports and how exercise affects our bodies both directly and indirectly, results indicate that as well as increasing muscle capacity, physical activity can help to improve stamina, balance, joint mobility, flexibility, agility, walking speed and overall physical coordination. Physical activity also has ...

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To Authors: How to write a great scientific paper

To Authors: How to write a great scientific paper

scientific paper Every scientific researcher holds the responsibility of transferring the results of his or her research to a broader scientific community by publishing his or her scientific paper. This transfer helps in achieving better results in the field of research, examining new theories and criticizing old results and approaches. ...

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