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World Wide Web (www)

a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors' attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms' promotional mix.

World Wide Web (www)

or web a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows, the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms promotional mix.
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RADECS 2017, the latest annual conference on Radiation Effects on Components and Systems was held for the first time at CERN in October this year.
At a de-briefing session with the Sri Lankan students, Sri Lanka's Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha discussed efforts being made to develop a network of Sri Lankan scientists and researchers, who could remain engaged with the research activities carried out by CERN.
She hopes to complete an internship at CERN in the future.
Around 30 Cypriots are currently working in CERN but their numbers can increase significantly since they can apply for scholarships and for posts.
The membership of Pakistan has opened a new era of cooperation that will strengthen long-term partnership between CERN and the Pakistani scientific community.
He said that Pakistan and CERN had been collaborating since 1994, and had carried out a number of successful projects involving sophisticated technologies and precision engineering.
Prime Minister's visit to CERN is a demonstration of the Government's strong commitment to the promotion of science and technology in Pakistan.
The Prime Minister said the membership also provides an opportunity to our industrialists and businessmen and companies can now participate in construction and engineering work carried out at CERN.
Student Cameron McAllister said: "Seeing CERN was an amazing experience.
In an announcement, CERN said that the reliability and high
The team members included John Paul Chou, a professor of particle physics from Rutgers University in the United States, who has been undertaking research at CERN for the past five years.
The world's first website was about the technology itself, according to CERN, allowing early browsers to learn about the new system and create their own web pages.