Students can register and proceed with our learning system and attend at our online workshops in bioinformatics, drug discovery, biochemistry etc. Our various training courses are updated on European Academy of Biomedical Sciences and Academy of Biomedical sciences as our main websites for English and Persian respectively.
Do not worry about your career. We teach new topics and the latest knowledge you will need to gain new job opportunities in academia. Currently, students of biology (of any area), biotechnology, and pharmacology join our groups.
Using an advanced online examination system, we launched a new brand registered as iCertificate. Academic people whether they are current students or graduated can attend at online examinations in various fields of studies, and then having passed the exams with the score of higher than 70%, the iCertificate is offered to the successful attendees in each field. In case of drug discovery, a research project and/or a published article are also required and must be completed by attendees as requierement for iCertificate in drug discovery and molecular modelling. The offered iCertificates are confirmable upon request.
For those attendees who do not have enough knowledge to pass the exam and not sure whether they can pass the exam or not, we provide candidates with a huge number of online videos and additional books or other materials required for their competence.
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Professional knowledge of candidates in applied fields of sciences are assessed by a rigorous assessment strategy after which our new brand "iCertificate" is offered to successful candidates. We founded "ïCertificate" to qualify scientific knowledge achieved by self-study. Regarding iCertificate branding, our objective is to help talented people to have certified knowledge in special topics of interest.
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Many pages have been written about the Coliseum and there aren’t many travelers that didn’t hear about this fabulous Roman structure that seems to have discovered the secret of eternal youth. The Coliseum in Rome is a huge amphitheater that could accommodate up to 55,000 people and was the scene of many gladiator and animal fights. Its building started in 70 AD, but the arena was inaugurated only 10 years later.
The inaugural contest was rather bloody, over 5,000 wild animals being killed during the fights and many gladiators finding their end. It seems that because of these fights several species became extinct, creatures like the Middle Easter lion and North African elephant. The Coliseum illustrates all three ancient architectural styles: Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.
The Sant Angelo Castle was actually built to be a mausoleum for Roman Emperor Hadrian. It was built sometimes between 123 and 139 AD, and looked more like a fortress than a burial place. Roman Emperor Flavius Augustus Honorius decided to incorporate the castle into Rome’s Aurelian Walls, and this process led to the disappearance of many of the mausoleum’s contents. During the medieval era it became a stronghold and eventually a prison.
Vatican City is the sovereign territory of the Holy See, ruled by the Bishop of Rome – the Pope. The Renaissance Architecture inside this walled enclave has some of the most famous cultural properties in the world.
St. Peter’s Basilica is one of the largest churches in the world. It is the burial site of its namesake Saint Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. St. Peter’s is considered one of the holiest Roman Catholic sites and is famous as a place where the Pope presides services throughout the year.
The architectural style is Late Renaissance and Baroque. The construction of the basilica took 120 years to complete (1506-1626). Numerous architects contributed to the design over the years including Donato Bramante, Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, Michelangelo, Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola, Giacomo della Porta, Carlo Maderno and Gianlorenzo Bernini.
The Vatican Museums have a large collection of works built up by the Roman Catholic Church throughout the centuries including some of the most important masterpieces of Renaissance art in the world.
Sistine Chapel is most famous for its fresco works by Michelangelo, particularly the scenes from Genesis on the ceiling, The Creation of Adam, and The Last Judgment on the altar wall.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually just one of many attractions in the city of Pisa, but its fame, gained from its flaw, is world renown. Work began on the tower in the 1100s and the sinking, which led to the lean, began by the time the tower reached the third story. Prior to restoration work in the 1990s, it was predicted to topple over by the year 2000. Today, visitors can climb up the stairs of the tower for a fabulous view over the city. The Leaning Tower, also known as La Torre Pendete, stands on the Piazza del Duomo.
Venice (Italian: Venezia) is one of the most interesting and lovely places in the world. This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago, which adds to the fascinating character. Venice has decayed since its heyday and is heavily touristed (there are 56000 residents and 20 million tourists per year), but the romantic charm remains.
The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, the Palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London.
Westminster Bridge is a road-and-foot-traffic bridge over the River Thames in London, linking Westminster on the west side and Lambeth on the east side.
Red buses, black taxies, and underground railway are well-known as well as too many historical places and castles.
Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.
The Victoria Tower (farther in the picture) is the square tower at the south-west end of the Palace of Westminster in London, facing south and west onto Black Rod's Garden and Old Palace Yard. At 98.5 metres (323 ft), it is slightly taller than the more famous Elizabeth Tower (formerly known as the Clock Tower and popularly known as 'Big Ben') at the north end of the Palace (96.3 metres (316 ft))
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Kaboli, P.J. et al. (2017) Molecular modelling, molecular dynamics simulations and in vitro evaluation of Berberine as an inhibitor of MAP kinase and PI3K pathway. Poster presentation. "EACR-AACR-SIC Special Conference 2017: The Challenges of Optimising Immuno and Targeted Therapies: From Cancer Biology to the Clinic", Florence, Italy.