Taking info-bio-nano to a new level of understanding, creating a new layer for research:

•    Predicting By Analogy: A New Way to Enhance Business, Gilles Richard, Hasan Alsaedy, Muhammad Farmer#

•    Farmer M.A., Qadri, J., Banday, M.T. “A study of the underlying technologies and design principles of mobile commerce”

•    Modified Switching Characteristics of Carbon Nanotubes Blended with Type II DcTe Quantum Dots; A WATTS, M GREEN, A WAHEED, S.K. CHAKARVARTI AND M FARMER

•    Cyber Security: Cyber War or Cyber Peace Treaties
Al-Saedy, H., Cyber Security: Cyber War or Cyber Peace Treaties,   the International Journal of Computing and Information Technology (ISSN: 2279-0764) Volume 03 – Issue 05, September 2014.

•    Cyber Crimes: Types, Size, Defense Mechanism and Risk Mitigation
Al-Saedy, H., Cyber Crimes: Types, Size, Defense Mechanism and Risk Mitigation, To be published as chapter in a book , IGI Global Series 2014.

•    Prof. Muhammad Farmer: Nuclear Energy and Middle East Security

•    Dr. James Macaskill: Information and Intelligence 

•    Prof. Gilles Richard: Innovation in Artificial Intelligence

•    Dr. Brian Ikejiaku: Regulation of Cyber Space Security: Burning issues

•    Prof. Hasan Al-Saedy: Viability of Local Linear Complexity Attack on A5/1 Encryption Algorithm

•    Android Bio-warp communication using cybernetic techniques for mobiles by the British Institute of Technology & E-commerce
The variation in the physical and functional features of mobile devices defines and determines the market position of this highly competitive and indispensible modern day product. Incremental improvements are proposed and implemented in mobile phones on daily basis. This paper, however, studies and analyses a radical shift in mobile phone technology that uses the palm of the hand capable of interacting with fashion accessories, such as rings and  watches, fitted with embedded systems through RFID communication links thus eliminating the need for physical phone.

The paper will also extend the study to include the possible integration of biological neurons with mobile technology. A computational model of such system will be presented and studied. An ambitious model of multi-purpose bionic glove capable of sensing the environment will be presented and studied in this paper
Prof. Muhammad Farmer, Chief Executive, British Institute of Technology & E-commerce, UK

•    Revolutionising security in the UAE through the use of Biometric technology and developing a comprehensive framework to address identity, trust and security in e-government by the Emirates Identity Authority

Identity and trust are two important issues that surround any service providing system operating in a distributed environment and which deals with sensitive details of its users. This paper explains how trusted digital infrastructure provided by Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) would help to create citizen-centric government services in the United Arab Emirates. The main focus of the paper would be to explore a cohesive framework by providing a systematic approach to create a robust information sharing system within a secure environment. A model will also be presented to explain how synergy among institutions can be achieved and how a user would be able to access web-based government services with a single login using a universal identity card.  
Dr. Al-Khouri is the Director General (Under Secretary) of Emirates Identity Authority

•    The Nanotoxicology-Elemental Analysis of the Asian Food Spices By PIXE

•    Technique. A.Waheed1,3*, M.C. Buoso2, D. Ceccato2, Naseem Qureshi1, Adam Watts1, S. Frank1 M. Farmer1, and G. Mitchell3

•    A study of nanocrystalline CdTe type (II) quantum dot Based on hetero structures. A Wattsa, M Greenb, A. Waheeda, D Forsytha and M Farmera

•    Farmer M.A., Frank X.B.Sun, J. Cosmas, A. Waheed ” Distributed Storage Manager System for Synchronized and Scalable AV Services across Networks”

•    Farmer M.A., Aybet J., Al-saedy H. “Watermarking Spatial Data In Geographic Information Systems”

•    Farmer M.A., Aybet J., Al-saedy H. “Providing For Data Security In The GIS Applications For Public Safety”

•    Farmer M.A., Sun F.X., “Distributed Storage Manager System for Synchronized and Scalable AV Services across Networks”

•    Farmer M.A., Sun F.X., “e-Infrastructure for Data Management of Scientific Facilities”

•    Farmer M.A., A.Waheed, D.Forsyth, A Watts, A. F.Saad , G.R.Mitchell, and V.Ditlov, “The Track Nanotechnology”

•    Farmer M.A., G. Richard, F. Faure,, M. Lopusniac, “Spam Filtering Using Compression”

•    Farmer M.A., A.Waheed “The Nuclear Track Detection Technology”

•    Farmer. M. A, Richard. G,  “Spam Filtering Without Text Analysis” 2008

•    Farmer. M. A, Richard. G, Lopusniac. M, Faure. F. A complexity-based method for anti-spamming “Journal of Information Assurance and Security (ISSN 1554-1010) 2007

•    Farmer.M.A “internet security” e-commerce magazine 2002

•    Farmer.M.A “Masquerading Protocols” e-commerce magazine 2002

•    Farmer.M.A “Encapsulating Packets before switching” e-commerce 2002

•    Farmer. M. A “Easyguide to E-Commerce” One Step Guide to Developing Website. 2001

•    Farmer. M. A “ Linux What & Why” PC Plus 2000

•    Farmer. M. A “Cheap & Secure Web Servers ” PC Magazine 2000

•    Farmer. M. A., 1997, ‘The use of technology applications for Analysis and Strategic Management” Scientific Computing

•    Farmer. M. A., 1990, ‘The exponential growth of the World Wide Web’, European Journal