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Those in the pursuit of higher academics often submit their papers or scholarly articles to be reviewed by fellow scholars and academicians prior to publication. However, not many of them know that the peer reviewing process in academia, as we see today, came into being back in 1669 when the French Academy of Sciences wrote
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In the era of cloud computing, running a satellite imagery analysis online has become a reality. With cloud solutions like EOS Platform pioneering in the Earth observation market, ENVI and Erdas Imagine software are not the only options anymore. EOS Data Analytics designed a new GIS platform for all geospatial-data related tasks, from basic remote sensing
The future of domestic power supply is here, and with it, the golden age of investment in solar has finally arrived. The privilege to utilize the sun’s rays at home is now a commodity that grew by 30 percent in the period from 2016 to 2017 alone. Its inversely proportional price-to-efficiency relation is working in
By now, it should be abundantly clear that social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others are one of the most powerful tools that you have when it comes to forging a deeper, more organic and more valuable connection with your target audience. But are all types of content created equally on social media?