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    The organization of courses (post-university level) and the coordination of C&D activities
which have the structuring of the conceptual basis as a central objective, specific to an inter
and trans
 disciplinary approach based on the triad  Information-Energy-Matter which aims
to define the
 Science of the Entire Earth  (GAIA model)  as  well  as  to create adequate
methodology
 and  experimental  research  techniques that satisfy the demands imposed by
this new vision.

    The initiation and the coordination of the publication of two scientific magazines, primarily
dedicated
 to   publishing   the  works  of  young  scientists,  implicated  in  inter  and  trans
disciplinary
 studies  which endorse astro-bio-geophysical phenomena, with the purpose of
understanding
 the  complexity of  Living-Nonliving interactions on a planetary scale and of
understanding
 the  consequences  o f this  dynamics  on  the  quality  of  life  and durable
development conditions.

GeoBioScience with the subtitle GAIA - the living planet
magazine edited under the patronage of The Academy of Romanian Scientists

    The  magazine is dedicated to the publishing  of studies, monographs, essays, critical
analyses,
 the  definition of concepts, formulation of hypotheses, evaluation models and
techniques
 which  envision  the  definition  of  the  conceptual  frame  necessary for the
structuring of the science of the
 Entire Earth,  according to the model  GAIA – the living
planet.

GeoBioTechexperimental studies and research
magazine edited under the patronage of
Academy of Technical Sciences from Romania

    The magazine is dedicated to the publishing of inter and trans disciplinary studies aiming
at
 the experimental validation of the  GAIA model. Priority will be given to the papers which
present
  results   envisioning   new   measurement   techniques,  new   sensors  (including
biosensors),
 new demands imposed upon the experimental context, new methods of smart
monitoring,
  advanced   data   processing   (data  mining,   neural  networks),   convenient
visualization
 of  large  heterogeneous data bases, and which can bring experimental proof
of the GAIA model.