Analysis Of The Three Different Studies

Study One: Basic Information: The first study I will be analyzing is “More Experience = Bigger Brain”. The author of the article based on this study is M.R. Rosenzweig, E.L. Bennett and M.C. Diamond. Curiosity on this topic sparked a study conducted by Vincenzo Malacarne dating all the way back to 1785. However, the study … Read more

Why do you need to study history?

We People live in the present. We plan for and worry about the future. History, however, is the study of the past. Everything that has been done is “history”, meaning that history directly affects us every day, with today’s society shaped by historic periods of industrialization, colonialism and so on. History spans all cultures, eras, … Read more

First Real Studies of Flight

There were several trials to fly in old history, the idea was brought to mind after the invention of kites by Chinese, then Leonardo da Vinci made the first real studies of flight in the 1480’s. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight. The Orthopteran flying machine was never actually created. … Read more

DETERMINATION OF HEIGHT FROM THE ANGLE OF PROJECTION OF BLOODSTAINS

This is to certify that the NTCC entitled “DETERMINATION OF HEIGHT FROM THE ANGLE OF PROJECTION OF BLOODSTAINS” is submitted as project by Ms. NAVODITA TYAGI B.Sc.(H) FORENSIC SCIENCES during her period of study in Amity University of Forensic Sciences ,AMITY UNIVERSITY,UTTAR PRADESH under my supervision and guidance. During the entire period ,she was very … Read more

Investigation On The Supersaturation And Precipitation Kinetics Of Weakly Basic Bcs Ii Drugs

Precipitation of solid drug particles in the gastro-intestinal tract affects both the rate and extent of intestinal drug absorption might be a factor that significantly contributes to the low and highly variable bioavailability observed for some low solubility drugs. A pre-requisite for such precipitation is that a super-saturated solution of the drug is formed within … Read more

What is a study habit?

According from Zach Millis from quora.com that Study habits are regular practices a person performs to maximize their productivity, efficiency, and retention in preparation for a particular evaluation. Study skills, academic skills, or study strategies are approaches applied to learning. They are generally critical to success in school,[1] considered essential for acquiring good grades, and … Read more

Comparing “No Name Woman” and “Woman Hollering Creek”

Both stories are similar because they explore the theme of personal identity. Kingston’s “No Name Woman” explores the narrator’s struggles to connect her American identity with the Chinese Identity. Similarly, Cisneros’ “Woman Hollering Creek” explores how Cleofilas’ Chicano identity affects her marriage and relationship. Therefore, the protagonists in both stories are women and they are … Read more

First Real Studies of Flight

There were several trials to fly in old history, the idea was brought to mind after the invention of kites by Chinese, then Leonardo da Vinci made the first real studies of flight in the 1480’s. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight. The Orthopteran flying machine was never actually created. … Read more