|Microbial Transport in Groundwater Microbial contamination of groundwater could induce waterborne diseases such as hepatitis A, viral gastroenteritis, cholera, typhoid fever and giardiasis. Microbes being living organism, their transport in the groundwater is different than abiotic materials (Ginn et al., 2002). Physical processes such as advection, dispersion, straining, filtration, electrostatic and chemical process are responsible for microbial transport in groundwater (Ginn et al., 2002).||Maglev Trains Maglev, magnetic levitation, trains are high speed trains with electromagnetic technology. Magnetic power aids maglev trains to float above the ground (Neal, 2013). Maglev trains can move faster than the conventional fast trains. Maglevmovers (n.d.) explained four advantages of Maglev trains as low operating cost, energy efficiency, environmental-friendly and safety.|
|Ebola Virus Disease Handling of infected animals such as chimpanzees, gorillas, fruit bats, monkeys, forest antelope and porcupines has been believed to be the cause of Ebola virus infection to human population (WHO, 2014). Five identified subspecies of Ebola virus includes Ebola virus (Zaire Ebola virus), Sudan virus (Sudan Ebola Virus),||Asylum Conflicts and violence across the world induced displacement, migration, refugee and asylum seekers. Refugeeweek (n.d.) estimated that 45.2 million forcibly displaced people worldwide in 2012 including 15.4 million refugees, 937000 asylum seekers and 28.8 million internally displaced persons (IDPs). According to Institute of Race Relations|
Music therapy aims to maintain and improve patient's health using physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic and spiritual aspects of the music (Newsmedical, 2014). Australian music therapy association (2012) defined music therapy as a "research based practice and profession" to improve patient's health and wellbeing.
|FA Cup |
FA Cup, one of the oldest world football competitions, was started in 1871-72. Wanderers club was the first winner of the FA cup in 1872 and Jarvis Kenrick representing Clapham Rovers was the first ever goal scorer in FA Cup history (myfootballfacts, 2014). 43 different clubs won the FA cup