MISR – the Mediterranean Institute for Scientific Research was formed and granted a certificate of incorporation in 2010 and in 2017 MISR became the SR21 – Institute for Scientific Research. Since 2014 the Mediterranean Institute for Scientific Research has gained Candidacy Accreditation by the UK Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). ASIC is recognised by UKVI in UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in USA and is listed in their International Directory, is a member of the BQF (British Quality Foundation), are affiliates of ENQA (European Network for Quality Assurance) and are institutional members of EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network).
Join respected scientists in your field of interest, to investigate critical issues facing our changing world in the 21st century. In nowadays, reliable data regarding the impact of scientific research for our economy, our culture and our well-being should become available. Communicating the benefits of investments in scientific research is also becoming crucial. But a simple idea underpins science: “trust, but verify”. Too many of the findings that fill the academic ether today are the result of shoddy experiments or poor analysis. “Negative results” now account for only 14% of published papers, down from 30% in 1990. Knowing what is false is as important to science as knowing what is true. In 2011, the pharmaceutical company Bayer looked at 67 blockbuster drug discovery research findings published in prestigious journals, and found that three-fourths of them weren’t right. Another study of cancer research found that only 11 percent of preclinical cancer research could be reproduced.
Commissioned Education – Advanced Research
We run specialised Advanced Study Degrees and we cooperate with elite institutions worldwide. We promote higher education, scientific research and we target on knowledge and technology transfer.
Scientific Research relies on the application of the scientific method, a harnessing of curiosity. This research provides scientific information and theories for the explanation of the nature and the properties of the world. It makes practical applications possible.
The changing face of science. New Minds for a Changing World
Fields of scientific research today are being increasingly hybridised. The situation is more complicated than in the past because of the changing image in the practice of science, revolutionary changes in societies, and the emergence of an information age.
Science Matters, and Here’s Why
Because scientists and researchers work on solving problems that every one of us should care about—including climate risks, clean energy, new materials, emerging diseases and a wide range of technologies that can fuel economic growth.
Intro to tomorrow’s jobs
Education is highly concerned as our central hub, supporting a sustained international activity, coordinating interactions with academic and professional services, as well as promoting the exchange and dissemination of knowledge.
USA degree equivalency. A window to the world
Our degree programs are eligible for USA evaluation and equivalency. This can be used for university admission, credits transfer, professional licensing, employment and salary adjustment, immigration.
The Alliance networks leading global universities in a specific discipline as well as international companies and organisations, which may provide a training / placement environment or a job opportunity for our research students.
Teaching tomorrow’s scientists today
Industry projections reveal that we’re not producing enough scientists. There are many reasons, but the major one is that students aren’t getting interested in science at an early age.
Science jobs are not all the same
One of our institute’s key aims is to encourage more young people to consider a career in science. Part of this procedure is to connect people worldwide, creating networks of education, research and culture, promoting creative ideas and fostering opportunities around the globe. We promote new partnerships with international institutions, based on scientific excellence.
Why become a scientist ?
Because you are interested in the world around us and how things work. Because you want to make a difference in the world and find solutions to give people a better standard of living. Because science is beautiful. Because scientific research is crucial to our future. Because science is not all white coats and lab work. Because scientists get the best jobs.
The future of the economy is in S.T.E.M.
Employment in occupations related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. Prospective S.T.E.M. professionals have a combination of skills, education, and experience.
We focus on the development of S.T.E.M. occupations
Critical and creative thinking help S.T.E.M. professionals in problem-solving to detect mistakes, gather relevant information, and understand how different parts or systems interact with each other.
Licensing as a Scientist
We develop our graduates to get licensed or become members with professional bodies and organisations worldwide which will keep them in touch with science and its applications. Benefits of joining may make them eligible for recognition as a professional scientist in their specialised discipline.
So, you want to be a scientist when you grow up ?
EU announced EUR 16 billion for research in 2016 – 2017. This aims to support the early stages of joint science and technology research for radically new future technological possibilities. Research and innovation are the engines for progress and vital to addressing today’s new pressing challenges like immigration, climate change, clean energy and healthy societies.
Your network is more important than your résumé
The institute provides successful training and professional positions to graduates, depending on the ongoing research projects. Our graduates are able to join a highly passionate team of researchers, scientists as well as leaders in companies or organisations and to network with people that work in various disciplines.
You’re a what? Psychometrician?
It’s important to find something that excites you, because working in S.T.E.M. means making an investment in a passion. Technical ability is essential to ST.E.M. work, but communication skills are also important.
S.T.E.M. is the core department of our Institution.
All schools, divisions, labs and units are connected with or dependant on the staff, infrastructure, knowledge and technology developed within this department.
Our key aim is to encourage more young people to consider a career in science. Research shows that the understanding of the careers available is generally poor and that the most common vision of a ‘scientist’ is someone who works in a lab in a white coat, probably undertaking research into something fairly obscure and distanced from everyday life. This is not surprising. Most publicly funded public engagement activity has focused around research and academia, and media coverage of ‘science’ is most commonly about research and breakthroughs.
But science jobs are not all the same.
Employment in occupations related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. Prospective S.T.E.M. professionals have a combination of skills, education, and experience. We promote the fact that a science professional may have a career as a scientist, in science or from science.
The Bachelor of Advanced Study is a Higher Research Degree offered in almost any desired undergraduate discipline. This award usually involves considerable research effort, either through a thesis or supervised research projects. This new type of TopUp award is equivalent to the UK standard Bachelor’s degree (level 6), based on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (UK RQF).
The Master of Advanced Study is a Higher Research Degree offered in almost any desired postgraduate discipline. This award usually involves considerable research effort, either through a thesis or supervised research projects. This new type of Higher award is equivalent to the UK standard Master’s degree (level 7), based on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (UK RQF).
A unique experience in Advanced study for recent Bachelor graduates. Licentiate of Advanced Study students work side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world in environments devoted exclusively to Advanced Research. This Higher Degree is offered in almost any desired discipline and is equivalent to Level 7 based on the new Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) of the United Kingdom.
The Doctorate of Advanced Study involves considerable research through a thesis and supervised research projects. Again, students work side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world in environments devoted exclusively to Advanced Research. This Higher Degree is offered in almost any desired discipline and is equivalent to Level 8 based on the new Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) of the United Kingdom.
Treating and Prevention:
Every 3 years 50 % of the established medical knowledge becomes obsolete and is replaced by new facts.
Translational Medicine is a multi-faceted discipline with a focus on translational therapeutics. In a broad sense, translational medicine bridges across the discovery, development, regulation, and utilisation spectrum. It may include application of research findings from genes, proteins, cells, tissues, organs, and animals, to clinical research in patient populations, all aimed at optimising and predicting outcomes in specific patients.
All the confusion about defining “mental disorder” makes sense when one thinks about the term more carefully. Mental has to do with mind and disorder is often (though not always) a euphemism for disease. So, another way to think about mental disorder is as some kind of “mind disease.” Of course, as Thomas Szasz (1974) pointed out more than 50 years ago, mind or perception are products of our brain but – unlike brain – are not tangible, and so, in a literal sense, they cannot be afflicted by diseases.
Recent research has described a number of novel material characteristics. New identified material radiations and fields have been described and novel detection methods are advanced based on the “signature” of each substance. Applications of such “novel” fields are developed by the Mediterranean Institute for Scientific Research and a novel detection system has been developed.
We offer Business Sciences degree programs in collaboration with the Swiss based Zurich Elite Business School.
A well-qualified S.T.E.M. workforce is crucial to business and industry. Graduates in S.T.E.M. subjects can expect to receive amongst the highest salaries of all new recruits. And this message is clear across the S.T.E.M. education and training landscape. The S.T.E.M. (core) department of MISR, helps to inform policymakers on the critical role that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education plays in competitiveness and future economic prosperity.
The Science of Protection and Prevention
Individuals, communities, business and government are facing rapidly evolving security challenges in many aspects of everyday life due to advances in technology, globalisation and living in a more interconnected world. Our Institution seeks to improve security and resilience across a range of scales, from protecting the individual to ensuring the security of whole populations. Our core mission areas include security in cyberspace, CBRN threat reduction, critical infrastructure protection and bio and environmental security.
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