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ADALYA is a leading high quality open access & peer reviewed monthly published research journal for encouraging Researchers, Practitioners, Academicians from Life Sciences, Engineering and Technology Management sectors to contribute to their inventive Research achievements and original work to make superiority information presented for a broader civic of readers and Internet users. ADALYA targets at promoting the integration of academic theories.
ADALYA focuses on interdisciplinary techniques and state-of-the-art research among various disciplines related to the different fields.
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