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Recent ICT Advances Applied to Smart e-Government Systems in Life Sciences

  title={Recent ICT Advances Applied to Smart e-Government Systems in Life Sciences},
  author={Alexander B. Sideridis and Loucas Protopappas},
As Internet of Things and Cloud Computing are gaining momentum, smart e-government systems and applications to citizens and business, adopting these technologies, improve further our everyday lives and business frontiers. E-government systems are further expanding their range of application also, by reclaiming advances in electronic authentication and identification. These late developments make even possible the application of smart e-government systems not only to the areas of immense… 

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