Day: November 22, 2017

Digital Love: The Impact of Technology on Personal Life

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The Internet and smartphones are one of the constant sources of anxiety and tension in many pairs, analysts from the independent research center Pew Research say. Every fourth of the interviewed users living with a partner or spouse complained that its partner is distracted on its phone when they spend time together, and 8% quarreled […]…Read More

A new model for conserving local pollinators and natural biodiversity in Pakistan

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article image Natural or biological insect pollinators such honey bees, native (indigenous) bees, butterflies and moths as well as some species of flies and beetles are showing a serious decline in population around the planet, including South and South East Asia. This biogeographic region is home to five different megabiodiverse countries like China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and […]…Read More

Punjab University & Liverpool University England consented Student Exchange program

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Punjab University, Pakistan and Liverpool University, England has consented on student exchange program for Department biological sciences of Punjab University. The agreement has been signed in a ceremony at Lia set Liverpool England. Dean Institute of veterinary sciences, Prof. Dr. Susan Dosan and Faculty of life sciences, Punjab University Dr. Muhammad Naeem has signed the […]…Read More

A collaborative one-day workshop on Biosafety and Biosecurity for Scientists held in University of Malakand

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article image Scientific research, with all its perks, has brought concerns of being mishandled. The safety of the environment, people, and the personnel involved is of prime importance. Biosafety has emerged as a separate discipline for addressing such concerns. It is formally defined as the safe handling and containment of infectious microorganisms and hazardous biological materials. Biosafety […]…Read More

Female breast cancer incidence in Asia and its management

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article image In the past few decades, Asia has seen rapid economic growth resulting in increasing life expectancy, declining mortality from communicable diseases and westernization of lifestyle. While these developments are overall beneficial, they come with a price. Breast cancer incidence is rapidly increasing in Asian populations. One in ten of all new cancer diagnosed globally every […]…Read More

Role of ‘B’ Nutrition in Drought Resistance in Wheat and Rice

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article image Water, the most important component of life, is rapidly becoming a critically short commodity for humans and crop production. Limited water supply is one of the major abiotic factors that adversely affect agricultural crop production worldwide. Drought stress influences the normal physiology and growth of plants in many ways. It results in an increase of […]…Read More