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OMICS Publishing Group Ties up with 100 Eminent Societies to Make Healthcare Information Open Access
Date:8/9/2013

Henderson, NV (PRWEB) August 09, 2013

Hundred eminent organizations known for their academic excellence, scientific research and encouragement of free dissemination of knowledge have come together in support of Open Access Publishing. OMICS Publishing Group is well on its mission to provide unrestricted access to scientific information through its 300 Open Access Journals and hundreds of International conferences it conducts annually in various parts of the globe.

OMICS Publishing Group Chairman and Managing Director, Dr. Srinubabu Gedela signed an agreement to this effect with prestigious national and international societies, scientific associations and institutions like Federation of Asian Biotech Associations (FABA), European Biotechnology Thematic Network (EBTNA) , International Society of Addiction Mission(ISAM) , Italo-Latin American Society of Ethnomedicine, PCOS Awareness Association, European Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Association (ENNA), European Society of Pharmacogenomics and Theranostics, European Society of Aesthetic Energy and many others. The list is so huge that only a few societies could be mentioned here, and all these reputed organizations have rallied behind OMICS’s commitment to knowledge dissemination through Open Access platforms.

The main aim of these collaborations is to promote scientific research, collaborate in various research projects and initiatives for the dissemination of scientific knowledge through International conferences and Open Access Journals.
OMICS Publishing Group now publishes more than 300 Peer Reviewed Open Access Journals on Medical, Clinical, Pharma, Life, Environmental sciences, Bio-technology, Engineering, technology and management. With the help of 100 and more International conferences across the globe annually, OMICS ropes in reputed scholars, scientists, researchers and young scientists to the same platform. This confluence of the young and the old each time promises to bring something new to the fore in its respective field. By creating global scientific networking communities through its science conferences and Open Access online initiatives, OMICS is committed to free flow of knowledge creation and dissemination.

Federation of Asian Biotech Associations (FABA)
The Federation of Asian Biotech Associations (FABA) is a non-profit registered society that aims at multifaceted promotion and development of Biotechnology in Asia. FABA made its beginning in 2004 and has gradually progressed to register a significant landmark by creating a common platform for the member countries to discuss the issues of common interest related to Biotechnology. Technology Transfer, resource sharing, business collaborations, Industry-Academia linkage, cross border trade and investments are few among its achievements in this field. FABA is rooted in 20 Asian countries apart from strengthening its ties with agencies like European Federation of Biotechnology, Biocat (Spain), Maryland India Business Round Table (USA), Bio Industry Park (Italy) and Association of German Biotech companies (Germany), etc.

European Biotechnology Thematic Network (EBTNA) was started in 1996 with the aim of forming a relationship between education and research activities of European Institutions and Enterprises growth. In a span of ten years it has completed four Biotech projects. The main aim of the Biotech Network project is to co-ordinate with European Universities, enterprises to create a forum between European partners of different sectors and enterprises. It has also accomplished projects like Biotechnology Dissemination, Biotechnology Thematic Network, EuroBiotech project and Biotechnology University Formation for Enterprises Development.

Established in the year 1997, International Society of Addiction Mission (ISAM) is aimed at promoting the addiction medicine in addressing the problems of alcohol and drug-abuse.
European Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Association (ENNA) is a Non-profit Organization that operates with a mission to promote interdisciplinary sciences. ENNA ensures public service on all research and education matters within the scope of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. It provides a common platform for the exchange of ideas among scientists, technologists, teachers, and students.

The Italo-Latin American Society of Ethnomedicine (SILAE) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, Spokesperson and Professional association. The fundamental objective of SILAE is to promote research and development in the field of medicinal and food plants in different countries of the World.        

Spreading and sharing valuable scientific knowledge generated as a result of years of experiments and research to the humanity at large is something that is laudable and appreciable. Together with scientific agencies, scientific societies, educational institutions, and research organizations, OMICS Publishing Group has pledged to provide impeccable services to society.

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