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We are young entrepreneurs who were previously operating only an online magazine titled “Biology Decoded”. We are now launching printable version of Biology Decoded scheduled to be out by May 2016. We are mainly targeting the students and the faculty members of COMSATS Biosciences Department, in Islamabad, with our first issue. We plan to spread our magazine across Pakistan with subsequent issues. The goal of the Biology Decoded is to become a high impact factor biology journal of Pakistan and publishing our first issue of Biology Decoded magazine is the initial step towards our goal. As being the students of Biosciences we saw lack of awareness and opportunities for the students of biosciences in Pakistan, thus we aim to change the perspective of the students towards this field so they can contribute towards the development and application of this field in Pakistan. This magazine is student focused and is written in a non-technical manner so that everyone can benefit from it.

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