Dubai DMCC: Global trade is expected to rebound in 2021
Time of Update: 2023-01-03
”A new report released today by DMCC, Dubai's multi-commodities trading centre, shows that despite the economic challenges posed by the pandemic, global trade will rebound this year after showing remarkable resilience in 2020.
Egypt, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates were named the best countries for renewable energy development by the World Bank
Time of Update: 2022-12-28
The World Bank report, cited by CNN's Arabic channel, lists the three Arab countries, saying they have made remarkable progress in renewable energy development over the past seven years.
Saudi Arabia will build a new 605MW integrated thermal and solar power plant
Time of Update: 2022-11-19
Due to the solar power generation capacity, the thermal and solar integrated power plant will consume 3-4 million barrels of fuel oil during the entire project life cycle and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 4-50,000 tons per year.
Turkish Telecom realizes 8Tb/s transmission of a single fiber based on the Alang 100G optical transmission platform
Time of Update: 2022-11-17
This result is not only the first Guinness record in the field of ultra-high-speed optical transmission, but also the world's first attempt to fully load 8T traffic on a single commercial fiber.
China accounts for 49.6% of the Asian tire consumer market
Time of Update: 2022-04-06
The research results show that the Asian tire market has diversified growth momentum and huge market potential.
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A total of 260,867,011 confirmed cases of new crowns worldwide
Time of Update: 2021-12-02
WHO: The global cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown reached 260,867,011 WHO: The global cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown reached 260,867,011 WHO: The global cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown reached 260,867,011 Xinhua News Agency, Geneva, November 29 (Reporter Liu Qu) The latest data released by the World Health Organization on the 29th showed that the total number of confirmed cases of new crown in the world reached 260,867,011 .
Impaired immune response can lead to bone resorption in patients with genetic diseases
Time of Update: 2021-09-11
Picture: Researchers at Hiroshima University have discovered the mechanism of multifocal osteomyelitis in MSMD patients with poor IFN-γ response .
Satoshi Okada, Professor of Pediatrics at the Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences at Hiroshima University, said: "Multifocal osteomyelitis-multipoint bone infection-is one of the representative manifestations of MSMD .
Will COVID-19 change science
Time of Update: 2021-08-02
"Disease is not a fixed entity," said Frank Snowden, a medical historian at Yale University, in his "epidemic and society: From the Black Death to the present.
5 new African swine fever outbreaks in Latvia on June 28, 2021
Time of Update: 2021-07-31
Since 2021, there have been 4,039 African swine fever outbreaks involving 889 domestic pigs and 3150 wild boars in 18 countries and regions around the world .
Data source: World Organization for Animal Health On June 28, 2021, 5 new wild boar African swine fever outbreaks occurred in Latvia .
Scientists found "cockroach relatives" 110 million years ago
Time of Update: 2021-03-18
Further research has shown that Coleoptera yumeni is taxonomically related to cockroaches, mantises, and termites, and can be called "ancient relatives" of these insects.
"In the early Cretaceous period 110 million years ago, sheath cockroaches of Yumen had spread all over the world and prospered for a while.
Tanderser: It's never too late to take strong measures to reverse the situation
Time of Update: 2020-10-11
World Health Organization Director-General Tan Desser said Tuesday that experience from all over the world shows that it is never too late to take strong measures to reverse the situation of the new crown epidemic as long as there is strong leadership and a rapid response from the general public.
Front Microbiol: New method improves bacteria's sensitivity to antibiotics
Time of Update: 2020-09-10
AUGUST 14, 2020 /--- In a recent study, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Singapore-based research company, the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), discovered a new way to reverse the antibiotic resistance of certain bacteria using hydrogen sulfide (H2S).
The World Health Organization will publish its annual report on the world's AIDS epidemic
Time of Update: 2020-07-07
the Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS and the World Health Organization are due to publish their annual reports on the world's AIDS situation later this week According to an advance media repor
AstraZeneca COPD triple therapy approved for japan listing
Time of Update: 2020-06-02
COPD is an ongoing disease that can cause obstruction of air flow in the lungs and lead to degenerative breathing difficulties It affects the lives of 384 million people worldwide and is expected to b
FDA approved the first Ebola vaccine to be launched in the United States
Time of Update: 2019-12-23
Emervebo is approved for listing in the United States! Today, the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it has approved the emerebo vaccine for the prevention of Ebola virus disease, w