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OMICS Mission to Promote Young Talents in Science to Meet the Current Global Challenges
Date:8/11/2013

Henderson, Nevada (PRWEB) August 11, 2013

With a view to advance scientific knowledge and to positively impact the major Global challenges of the society with Science-based solutions, OMICS Group, synonymous with Open Access Online scholarly Science journals and Worldwide Scientific Conferences, announces ‘Young Scientist Awards’ to the enterprising young science researchers across the globe.

Speaking on this occasion, OMICS’s Managing Director, Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, revealed that young Scientist or scholars in the age group of 30s that are aiming for a career in research and academia can avail of this opportunity that would enable them to share and polish their research ideas with the experienced and the experts in the field. This would particularly help young researchers in getting their knowledge and research techniques enriched.

The winner will be awarded with $1000 and one year free Membership for publishing their research manuscripts in OMICS group scholarly journals. Apart from this, the thesis selected for the award will be published free of cost in a relevant OMICS Group journal. By forming part of this programme, researchers can enhance their visibility and accessibility.

Selected candidates will be given accommodation and travel allowances to participate and present their research cases.

Established in the year 2007, OMICS publishing group publishes more than 300 peer-reviewed

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