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finally the expert panel delivered the list of projects for step 2.

Public vote will start, if the schedule will not change, after march 22nd.

our project passed the screening of the experts see at the link provided not yet activated by the system



Dr. Kazuo Minematsu, the Deputy Director General of the Hospital at National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Hospital, Osaka, Japan, has been selected as the recipient of the Mihara Award for the year of 2010, which carries grant-in-aid of 10 million yen.

On PubMed accounts 102 hits in 8 years !

Citations selected: 82.0 h-index: 4.0 g-index: >9

The 1 mission 1 million site report that soon the on line voting will be open ….

Sorry, the deadline for application was 31st december 2010. All submitted projects are now being reviewed by our expert panel.
Vote online for your favourite ideas from mid-February 2011
Tell friends and family to visit the campaign website

On 31 december close the chance to’ submit applications for the BI sponsored initiative

Editorial projects available in scientific journals have focused on global issues but often alien to our sensibilities.
Driven regionalism offers shop windows especially in the robust Anglo French or German groups. The oldest journals do not receive private or government support or and tend to disappear.
Is diffuse the feeling that new emerging economies are pumping energies and fresh money on publications with “etherogeneous” but well indexed projects.
As we speak on the widely popular open source projects we arrive to qualify them often as second-class operations and sometimes depressive fund raising acitivities.
It’s time to channel scarce resources left on what it may mean more to our communities. We look forward initiatives that may lead to a new renaissance of our universities and minds.

Unofficial news reported as soon available an open journal in stroke medicine. The name is supposed to be cerebrovascular disease extra. Indexed in medline but without impact factor. This may offer larger diffusion for CED manuscripts otherwise buried in karger archives. Many reccommended how open sourcing should be an istitutional choice for large academical and educational projects and not a minor fund raising activity for second level science.

Local newspapers in Sardinia reported the struggle of Sassari community to open up a stroke unit in the city hospital. The dramatic financial crisis reduced funding of  the city hospital. Offers are urgently requested by the local patients association to support the service activity (mostly the  equipment of the ward and monitoring system for an esteem of 140.000 €).

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What is 1 Mission 1 Million?

1 Mission 1 Million is a new global campaign to raise awareness of atrial fibrillation and its link to stroke.  €1 million is available to fund community-driven projects, chosen by you, that take action against atrial fibrillation-related stroke by contributing to this goal.  Play your part by submitting a project you need funding for.

Up to three million people worldwide have a stroke related to atrial fibrillation every year – that is one person every 12 seconds.1,2,3 Many people do not understand what atrial fibrillation is, its link to stroke or that many of these strokes could be prevented.4 1 Mission 1 Million aims to address this.

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