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Sciedu Press Support the New Open Access Policy of Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Date:11/14/2013

TORONTO, Nov. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A Canadian based company, Sciedu Press (Linkedin) is an open access scholarly journal publisher that deals with all scientific research. Their main expertise lies in the field of education, culture and biological as well as social sciences. Their basic aim is to spread awareness and give scope to all writers who want to publish their research that is based on facts and figures, authenticating any subject and/or topic.

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The dedication and passion of Sciedu Press can be validated by the idea that even their name implies their work. Sciedu is a short formed combination of science and education. This shows that they firmly believe in educating the masses scientifically.

They also sponsor as well as support research projects, international networks and corporation in science, education and culture.  

Since its conception in 2000, under the authority of Canadian Institutes of Health and Research Act, Canadian Institutes of Health and Research has been working to improve the health services and products provided to all citizens. Their aim is advance, promote and build up the strength of the Canadian health system.

CIHR is basically an independent health research investment agency that is made up of 13 institutes and is answerable to the Parliament. They provide assistance and support to more than 14,100 trainees and health researchers throughout Canada. They are closely associated with the Minster of Health to ensure the fitness and wellness of all the Canadians.  

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