Volume 1

Issue 1

Authors : Anupam Chanda
I have been involved in basic research for more than 10 years for innovation of wide range of pharmaceutical products New “ Packaging design for Drug delivery” like “ Solid doses, Injectables ( for anti cancer, HIV, wide range of vaccines, Covid -19 drugs and Biosimilar products) in“ Microgravity Environment like MARS mission. Looking at the present ecological imbalance Scientists are thinking for multiplanetary living system in order to survive human species. As we know different planets having critical climatic conditions and Packaging will play a vital role. We as a scientist have clear vision about things are going to happen after 100 years in other planets and from now we have to keep ready “ Packaging designs and delivery systems” for life savings drugs and essential medicines for Astronauts and visitors.
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Authors : Lobanov I.E.
The application of periodic protrusions on the walls of the surfaces being washed is a well-tested in practice method of vortex heat transfer intensification [7, 8, 26]. The intensification of heat transfer for the conditions of the flow of heat carriers in pipes with turbulators was and is carried out mainly by experimental methods [7, 8, 26], and theoretical studies are rather few, many of them are based on integral approaches [2, 11, 14, 18, 19].
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Authors : Ibe, M.N., Chikaire*, J.U and Aminu, G.
Nigeria's economy mostly relies on agriculture, with livestock playing a significant role. Livestock farming significantly improves food production, farm energy, manure, fuel, transportation, nutritional security, and earnings for both urban and rural areas. Agriculture, like most industries, relies heavily on information, therefore ICT may be essential in facilitating information transmission ( Tewe,1997;Todaro, 2000). The function of information in the many linkages in the system of livestock farming, namely input/procurement, production, marketing, sales, and health management issues, can be seen from the perspective of development, flow, and management of information and ideas.
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Authors : Andrea Wanninger*, Vanessa Deckenhoff, Carolin Goj, Larissa Jackszis, Julia Pastewski, Shokufa Rajabi, Lea Viktoria Rubbert; Hochschule Niederrhein
Large quantities of fruit and vegetable waste are obtained through the food and beverage industry. Citrus fruits, which include oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes and tangerines, are the largest quantity of harvested fruit in the world. Over 115 million tons of citrus fruit are produced annually, and over 30 million tons are industrially processed into juice. What remains is nearly 50% of the fruit in the form of citrus peel. Other types of fruit also generate large amounts of waste. The annual production of bananas is 107.1 million tons and that of apples is 75.5 million tons, with 25-40% disposed of as waste after industrial processing [1].
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Authors : Waill A. Elkhateeb*, Ghoson M. Daba
The need to improve the life quality together with the increase in the frequency of threating diseases direct the attention of many scientists to view food as a source of nutritional and therapeutical agents. Nature is considered an important source for the discovery of new medicines. A vast diversity of important biologically active compounds have arisen in the natural world, shaped by evolution and spanning a large diversity of species across different kingdoms. In the fungi kingdom, medicinal mushrooms have long been used for the treatment of pathogens and disease [1-5]. Since ancient times, several mushrooms have been reported as a nutritious food with valuable medicinal properties. Wild mushrooms have been consumed since ancient times due to their good taste and nutritional values. Also, mushrooms have the advantage of being rich in vital components such as proteins, vitamins, chitin, fibers, iron, zinc, selenium, sodium, And other. [6-10].
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