Automation in Cyber Security

With an increasing number of cyber security breaches affecting notable names, no company would confidently say they are fully protected or prepared to handle a sophisticated cyber-attack. Traditional methods, like anti-malware software, are no longer sufficient to keep sensitive data safe and it is time for automation to beef up cyber security for greater defense. Automating security…

Evolution of PKI for Internet Of Things(IoT) Security

Introduced in recent years, A Public Key Infrastructure(PKI) is a framework which supports the identification and distribution of public encryption keys. It provides a set of procedures and policies for establishing the secure exchange of information and enables individuals and systems to exchange data over potentially unsecured networks like the Internet and to authenticate and verify…

Identity and Access Management keeps your information secured

We live in times where, in spite of approaching the most developed innovations on the planet, organizations battle to protect sensitive information and intellectual innovation. And keeping in mind that the media reports an expansion in spend on IT security, these expanded spending plans are no assurance of enhanced security act. The term “identity management”…

Vulnerability in Information Technology

A vulnerability, in Information Technology (IT), is a flaw in code or outline that makes a potential point of security compromise for an endpoint or network. Vulnerabilities make conceivable attack vectors, through which an interloper could run code or access an objective framework’s memory. The methods by which vulnerabilities are misused are fluctuated and include…

Predictive biomarkers: a paradigm shift towards personalized cancer medicine

Advances in our understanding of the intricate molecular mechanisms for the transformation of a normal cell to a cancer cell and the aberrant control of complementary pathways have presented a much more complex set of challenges for the diagnostic and therapeutic disciplines than originally appreciated. The oncology field has entered an era of personalized medicine…

Two surgical procedures found to be equally effective in treating infants with hydrocephalus

Implanting a shunt or endoscopically reducing intracranial pressure and reducing fluid production are equally effective in treating infants with hydrocephalus caused by brain infections, according to an international team of researchers, but endoscopy may have fewer down-the-line complications. Meetings International is pleased to announce International Conference on Surgery and Anaesthesia will be organized during August…

China pioneers ceramic 3D printing in microgravity using DLP technology

3D printing in space. It sounds like something straight out of Star Trek and completely unrealistic, but it has actually been around for a while already. NASA has been experimenting with a zero-gravity 3D printer aboard the International Space Station since 2014 and recently even sent up an upgrade. But other space-exploring nations are not…

Unexpected helpers in wound healing

An essential step in skin wound healing is wound closure, which is why shortly after an injury occurs, blood coagulates and seals the wound. For the injury to be able to heal permanently, however, the affected layers of the skin need to be newly formed. For that to happen, a complex, only partially understood interplay…

Using Chromatography to Detect Drugs from Fingerprints.

On behalf of Meeting international, we are blissful to invite you to “World Congress on Chromatography” with the theme “Accelerating Advance Research and Innovation in Chromatographic Technique” which will be held on October 25-26, 2018, at Rome, Italy. Remember your school chemistry when you discovered that black ink is actually a mixture of other colours? The experiment that you carried out as…

Migraine surgery leads to significant improvements in everyday functioning and coping ability

In addition to reducing headache frequency and severity, surgical treatment for migraine leads to significant improvements in everyday functioning and coping ability. Surgery 2018 aims to gather eminent scientists, research scholars, notable surgeons, and educationists and professionals to express their views on the latest technologies, trends and concerns in Surgery and Anaesthesia. It focuses on…

Neurooncology

Neurooncology is a branch of medicine that concerns cancers of the brain and spinal cord. Cancers of the nervous system are often severe conditions that eventually become life threatening. Some examples of these life threatening neurological cancers include astrocytomas, glioblastoma multiforme, glioma, pontine glioma, ependymoma and brain stem tumors. Of the malignant brain cancers, high-grade…

Customized 3D-printed models provide visual guide for rhinoplasty

Computer-designed, 3D-printed models are emerging as a useful new tool for planning and carrying out cosmetic plastic surgery of the nose. Customized, life-sized, 3D-printed, models can provide a useful visual reference in the operating room for plastic surgeons performing rhinoplasty . “Patient-specific 3D-printed models reflecting the actual 3D anatomy provides additional visual and tactile information to…

Pilocytic Astrocytoma

Pilocytic astrocytoma is a rare type of brain tumor that occurs mostly in children and young adults under age 20. The tumor rarely occurs in adults. In children, the condition may be called juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma. Pilocytic astrocytoma gets its name because the tumor originates from star-shaped cells in the brain called astrocytes. Astrocytes are…

10 health benefits of Yoga

Yoga is a spiritual, mental and physical practice that has been around since ages. With time, people have discovered a number of health benefits associated with yoga. Yoga does more than burning calories and strengthening muscles, it is a workout which involves both body and mind. {{Save the date for International Meeting On Traditional &…

Laser-sonic scanner aims to replace mammograms for finding breast cancer

This is the new Technology in Biomedical Science.For women over 40, mammography is a necessary yet annoying procedure to endure every year or two. The technique, while valuable for reducing breast cancer deaths, is less than ideal because it exposes patients to X-ray radiation and requires their breasts to be painfully squished between plates. The…