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Biorepositories collect biospecimens like blood and tissue from the patients along with associated clinical and
pathological data. Medical research tends to require sharing of biospecimens and associated data at a large scale
across multiple biorepositories. The objective of this review is to identify...
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Serious games (SG) and Game-Based Learning (GBL) have frequently used for teaching purpose in different
courses including Information Technology (IT). However, qualitative studies of students’ experience in using this
approach have been subject of less attention in the related literature. The current...
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e-Health has enormous potential to ensure healthcare quality, accessibility, and affordability in developing
countries. The application of information and communication technology to healthcare, especially e-Health, is
rapidly advancing in Bangladesh. Both the public and private sectors have contributed...
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Billion-billion dollar spends for the implementation of Information Technology (IT) in rural/village areas of
developing countries through the direct-indirect interventions of The United Nations (UN), the World Bank and the
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and so on. Unfortunately, focus...
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This study uses text mining as a method of examining the role of management and culture in three disasters in
the nuclear energy sector, Three Mile Island nuclear reactor explosion (USA 1979), Chernobyl nuclear plant
explosion (Ukraine then USSR 1986) and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (Japan...