Day: June 12, 2017

Antibiotic resistance an alarming peril

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Antibiotics are drugs that combat with infections caused by bacteria in human as well as in animals. The term “antibiotic” formerly used for the natural compounds that have the ability to kill bacteria while the term “antimicrobial” refers to both natural and synthetic compounds; however, most of the people used “antibiotic” to mention the both. […]…Read More

Making Pakistan proud

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Musical torch, Anti-skin cancer lotion and Bracelet aid for blind people were just some of the projects that were presented by incredibly talented students at the annual Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2017, which was held in Los Angeles, California. ISEF before booking their seat for the USA, selection took place in Pakistan […]…Read More

IT seeks approval to roll out 5G

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Ministry of information and technology sought an approval from the federal cabinet to roll out a world’s tech hot buzz fifth generation (5G) to improve mobile broadband speed across the country. The proposal will enable a market test of new and upcoming technologies, including 5G and other mobile communications. It will also make the country […]…Read More

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Crackdown on swindlers

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Malik Nadeem Kamran, Provincial Minister for Planning and Development directed to ensure availability of daily use items on fixed rates, strict check also is kept on the prices in open market like Ramzan Bazaars, besides continuing the crackdown on over pricing in a vigorous manner. The minister ordered that arrangements at Ramzan bazaars be improved […]…Read More

Pak-Korea ties strengthened

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Jin-Wook Kim, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Korea Jin Wook Kim on said that Pakistan and Korea were enjoying cordial and deep-rooted ties. Talking to University of Agriculture Faisalabad Vice Chancellor Dr. Iqrar and deans and directors of the varsity at Syndicate Room, he said that both countries’ ties were being further strengthened in […]…Read More

Use of non-renewable energy resources highlighted

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The speakers at a seminar organized by Pakistan Engineering Congress (PEC) to mark World Environment Protection Day said that Industrial revolution, intensive farming, land clearing and use of non-renewable resources such as natural gas, oil, and coal have caused an abrupt rise in temperature globally. People feel less threat by the phenomenon of terrorism than […]…Read More

Hydroponics solution to increasing food demands

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The only answer to country’s ever-increasing food requirements is a hydroponic system of growing in the wake of massive population growth in the last few years, said Dr. Rai Niaz Ahmad, Vice Chancellor of Pir Mehr Ali Shah-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR). Hydroponics is a technique of agriculture sector which will open more dimensions for […]…Read More

ITU invites applications for various positions

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Embedded Computing Laboratory (ECLab) of Information Technology University (ITU) Punjab has invited applications for various research positions, including Ph.D. candidates and research associates. The selected candidates will be associated with national and European research projects in the areas of information security (software/hardware), massively parallel computing systems and advanced computer architecture and approximate computing. The required […]…Read More