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OMICS Group International Expands its Operations to Europe and Middle East
Date:9/1/2013

Henderson, NV (PRWEB) September 01, 2013

The Middle East is a region of great ethnic and cultural diversity. Its near monopoly of world energy supplies and geopolitical location have long made it a focus of international capital flow, labor migration and world power competition. There is no exaggeration to claim this region as the center of economic opportunities that could contribute greatly to the global development in the 21st century.

European nations on the other hand are highly matured economies with a very high level of Scientific and Technological advancement. It is a nourishing ground for great institutional, educational, technological, cultural and economic excellence, where science and technology flourished and formed an inseparable part of the development.

OMICS Group International with the sole aim of making information on Sciences and Technology ‘Open Access’ with 300 online scholarly open access journals has been instrumental in taking the knowledge on Science & Technology to the doorsteps of ordinary men and women. OMICS Group also organizes 100 International scientific conferences annually across the globe, where knowledge transfer takes place through debates, round table discussions, poster presentations, International symposiums and workshops as well as exhibitions.

Realizing the great potentialities of the Europe and the Middle East region, OMICS Group International expands its scientific research and publication activities to Europe and Middle East apart from Asia Pacific and USA. OMICS Group is thus proud to announce its mutual partnership with 125 Societies. This reinforces its visions to define relationship with societies from various continents. By such partnership with societies, OMICS Group is inclined to increase scientific compliance by creating networks, coordinating with peers and mutual cooperation. A latest addendum to this initiative is support from the Ministry of Spain which allowed OMICS Group to identify and establish partnership with 38 societies from the European region which include British Society of Hematology, European Society of Ophthalmology, European Society of Pharmacogenomics and Theranostics, European Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Association. Alongside similar support from various other continents has fostered collaboration with 40 societies from Asia-Pacific, 25 societies from North and South America and 22 societies from Africa.

More than 25 OMICS Group International Scientific Conferences for 2013-2014 are scheduled at Europe and Middle East Region.

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