New Dutch Collaboration to Food Safety Capacity Development in Bangladesh

BAU correspondence Under the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) of NUFFIC, the Netherlands, a new institutional collaboration project for higher education in Food Safety was started in Bangladesh, on 30 June, 2020. This OKP project, entitled ‘Enhancing food safety TVET and higher education in Bangladesh’, is lead by the Interdisciplinary Institute for Food Security (IIFS) of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh […]

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Manuscript submission invitation for IJNSS

Call for paper, IJNSS

News Desk: International Journal of Natural and Social Science (IJNSS) is pleased to invite paper(s) from interested scientist/colleagues to publish his/her works in upcoming issue. IJNSS is a peer reviewed indexed journal with DOI. The journal invites quality papers for review and possible publication in all areas of natural and social sciences. Manuscripts can be submitted via email to editor.nssjournal@gmail.com […]

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Unproven treatment methods against COVID-19

Corona desk: There are many fake and unproven medical products and methods that claim to diagnose, prevent and cure COVID-19. Fake medicines sold for COVID-19 may not contain the ingredients they claim to contain, and may even contain harmful ingredients. No vaccine for COVID-19 prevention is currently available, as of 2020, thought there are many worldwide efforts to develop one […]

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Hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug have serious side effects on the heart: FDSA

Corona Desk France’s drug safety agency has released data indicating that hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug Trump has pushed as a potential miracle drug for treating Covid-19, appears to have serious side effects on the heart when used for Covid-19 patients, and should be used under medical supervision. The report details 43 cases of “heart incidents” tied to hydroxychloroquine. “This initial […]

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What will be the treatment method of Corona?

Paresh Chandra Modak Fear about corona virus stops almost all functions in our globe. It’s a war between man and the virus. It makes all the pathological investigations and all the war weapons useless. Preventative mechanism is the only means to be practiced by the scientists and the general people. Palliative treatment is also given. All the political leaders of […]

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Latest developments on COVID-19 around the world

Dr. Habibur Rahman The Chinese city of Wuhan and its surrounding province, the former epi-centre of the outbreak, have reported no new cases of COVID-19. California’s state governor has said more than 60,000 homeless people in the state could contract coronavirus over the next eight weeks, according to modelling. US President Donald Trump has invoked an emergency act to overcome […]

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Helios Consultancy in Bangladesh

Our Correspondent: Helios Consultancy is 360° solutions for research and study, data collection and analysis, intelligence products and career development services for individuals, networks and organizations. They use state-of-the-art technologies for their services, embracing new concepts, and practical theories leading to new insights, dimensions and innovation. Use of new, practical and implementable tools and approaches are their specialty. Helios Consultancy […]

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Dhaka urges world to work together to tackle coronavirus

Bangladesh has urged all countries to “stand united” and help each other to overcome the situation caused by coronavirus as it may paralyse the whole world. “We believe, together we can overcome this pandemic situation sooner than later,” said Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen while briefing diplomats stationed in Dhaka. Dr Momen also sought support from the foreign countries […]

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Why the COVID-19 epidemic /pandemic is not a Surprise?

Dr. MH Rahman The emergence of a new strain of coronavirus comes as no surprise. We were aware of Avian Influenza outbreaks starting from May, 2007 in Bangladesh and they became an endemic country since. As with influenza, there are hundreds of strains of coronavirus, most of which infect only animals for example cats and dogs. Milder variations can lead […]

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Bangladeshi Scientist Invents Biodegradable Bag From Jute

Rafiqul Islam: As countries around the world try to cut down on throw-away plastic shopping bags, Bangladesh is hoping to cash in on an alternative: plastic-like bags made from jute, the plant fiber used to produce burlap bags. Bangladesh is the world’s second biggest producer of jute after India, though the so-called “golden fiber” — named for its color and […]

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