Friday, June 18, 2010

Anti stress agent!

Oxidative stress refers to the situations in which the body’s antioxidant and other defensive abilities to combat free radicals (a.k.a highly reactive species of oxygen and nitrogen) are overwhelmed and one’s normal healthy balance is either lost or severely compromised. products include therapeutic nutraceutical products, cosmeceutical products and proprietary formulations and clinical products that are developed internally and/or out-licensed to biotech and pharmaceutical companies as drug candidates.
This blog post deals about the oxidative stress discovered by OXIS International, Inc. is engaged in the research, development and sale of products that counteract the harmful effects of “oxidative stress.” We focus on naturally occurring protective substances since they are more likely to be both safe and efficacious. Our primary products incorporate and emphasize the multifaceted “super antioxidant” compound, L- Ergothioneine (“ERGO”), as a key component. We own several patents and pending applications related to ERGO that cover current and planned products relevant to our nutraceutical and cosmecuetical businesses. Our patents and patent applications address ERGO’s protective effects and activities and the ERGO manufacturing process 

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Bio Engneering technology:

The Group's principal activity is to own and license the N-Viro Processes, patented technologies to treat and recycle wastewater and other bio-organic wastes utilizing certain alkaline and mineral by-products produced by the cement, lime, electric utilities and other industries. It operates in four segments:The single most critical cost component to every beneficial use option is the ability to get as much water out of the biosolids as possible in the dewatering process. An investment into state-of-the-art dewatering equipment is always worth the analysis. Management Operations provides employee and management services to operate the Toledo Ohio Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Daytona/Volusia County Florida Treatment Facility.
Other Domestic Operations includes sales of territory or site licenses and royalty fees to use N-Viro technology in the United States. Foreign Operations includes sale of territory or site licenses and royalty fees to use N-Viro technology in foreign operations. Research and Development, the Group contracts with Federal and State agencies to perform or assist in research and development on the Group's technology
The N-Viro process can receive biosolids as low as 12% solids, however, the higher the solids the better. Dependent upon facility design biosolids can be received directly from dewatering into the processor, tipped onto a receiving floor, or delivered into a receiving bin. A key aspect regarding receiving is the process allows for a wide spot in the line which allows operators to run the equipment automatically which enables more time to focus on the efficiencies of dewatering

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Report of money for blogging:

The statistical report about blogging is an interesting facts about making money online. In recent times the blogging is the evolution of Internet, From blogging peoples are sharing thier taughts and ideas through online jounels and medias. This is the important think for bloggers writing a review about an products or advertisers besides thier own experience and all. For this review peoples getting more money for example Bloggerwave

is the one of paid review providers. In an another way of online business is to make our sites are very popular and more trafficable which helps the search engine marketing. The search engines are now king of internet like major search engines,, and are key players of the internet. Every day new technology introduced to peoples get greater innovations and better experience on emerging technology. From the same field another search engine like masterseek

is one of great search engine and which has sufficient technology for that day. Peoples welcome to go over there and lets taste the technology of In another way of becoming good business on internet we should know how to invest money and our technology in grateful manner. There are number of online consulting firms are ready to improve our business like Venture Alliance Partners

It’s a firm that provide complete solution on Equity research and share market investment ideas. From this point venpar is the best in thier domin.

Coke-zero is always helps body in good condition:

Coke's marketing people talk about "zero consequences", but can they promise Coke Zero's ingredients are without consequences? Today the local bakery had run out of Coca-Cola, it only had diet, and the new ‘bloke coke’, Coke Zero. The concept of Coke Zero (to use the familiar diminutive) being the flavor twin of regular Coke was only recently revealed, being absent from early advertising for the product. The bastardization of the classic, Barry Manilow-penned Coca-Cola jingle, wherein the world now needs to be taught to "chill," combined with the word "Zero" in the name (presumably one-downsmanship on Pepsi One, a fierce salvo in the Cola Wars), had led this writer to think that perhaps Coca-Cola Zero was a new guise of caffeine-free Diet Coke, with a snappy new name.

Life as it should be with Coke zero. Are you a coke drinker like me but now trying to watch the intake of sugar? Or even you a diabetes patient? Don’t worry Coca-Cola is now releasing their new product in the market called Coke zero. Coke Zero has zero sugar; you will experience the great taste of real Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola is a trusted brand all over the world and which has the huge international market. Now Coke Zero newly launched in Norway region to give better experience for Coke lovers.

Well it’s good for health those need sugar free coke. Have a great taste! Coke zero made this possible! Thanks Coke Zero.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

GRC forecasts economic highs, security lows in the Gulf

The Gulf in 2007 is likely to witness a period of robust economic growth, continuation of political innovations, rising regional instability due to events in Iran and Iraq, and unchallenged presence of the United States as the security guarantor, according to experts at the Dubai-based Gulf Research Center (GRC). UAE_Official Release- Jan2007
The forecasts were made during the GRC's fourth annual conference on January 11 while releasing the findings of the 'Gulf Yearbook 2006-2007'. The event was attended by a number of officials, intellectuals and business executives from both the Gulf region and outside. The Gulf Yearbook - the GRC's premier publication - is an annual compendium of analyses on events in the Gulf region during the previous year, with forecasts for the next. The essays by scholars delve into political, diplomatic, economic, security and energy issues related to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, as well as Iran, Iraq and Yemen. The 'Gulf Yearbook' will be published in Arabic and English and will be available in print and digital formats by the end of March. In his opening remarks, the GRC Chairman, Abdulaziz Sager, highlighted important issues that transpired during the last year.
The conference is being held at a time when the Gulf region is passing through a dangerous phase, especially in light of the tragic situation in Iraq, which is akin to a civil war, and holds the potential to disintegrate. There is also the complication of the Iranian nuclear file in light of the faltering diplomatic efforts and the sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council, which may even lead to a military confrontation,' he said. The Gulf Yearbook, Sager added, 'discerns and analyzes the new developments in the region, but avoids preconceived judgments in interpreting them.' Political Elaborating the findings of the Yearbook, Prof. Hasanain Tawfiq of the Zayed University and an Editorial Board Member at the GRC said that the most important step in the political changes being attempted in the GCC countries during 2006 was the Saudi move to establish a legal framework for political succession. It 'demonstrated the unity and stability of the royal family, and prevents the possibility of future divisions within the ruling elite.' The role played by the National Assembly in the succession row in Kuwait was highlighted as a demonstration of proactive role that the parliaments are beginning to play in the region. 'The same was the case with opposition groups and their relationship with the ruling elites,' he said. The strained relationship between the government and opposition MPs in Kuwait over issues relating to electoral constituencies, corruption charges and other policies in the fields of education, press freedom, settlement of bad debts, and external relations were also cited as examples. In Bahrain too, the opposition and the government witnessed differences regarding naturalization of expatriates, mechanism and guarantees of fair elections, and 'Al-Bandar Report'. 'But the elections and the results thereafter proved that the government had shown great flexibility,' Prof. Tawfiq said.
Referring to the UAE's experiment with elections to the Federal National Council and the forthcoming municipal polls in Qatar, the academic said that they set the stage for progress in the region's attempts at political innovations and improvements in issues relating to election campaigns, results, transparency, and role of women. International Relations Dr. Christian Koch, Director of International Studies, GRC, said 2006 witnessed a steady deterioration in regional stability: 'Despite efforts by the United States to undertake a more realistic assessment of the Iraq situation, Washington did not have any solution that could quell the violence.' Further, Iran's sense of confidence and its willingness to take tough positions 'raises fears that the Arab Gulf States could find themselves in a situation that is not of their own making,' he added. Though ties with both Asia and Europe were expanding, 2006 also underlined that in terms of Gulf security, no other international actor would replace the US in the short or medium term. 'While Europe and Asia have expressed their concerns about the regional security environment, neither side is ready to invest in the hard security mechanisms that the Gulf requires.' Economy In his overview of the GCC economies in 2006.
Dr. Eckart Woertz, Program Manager, Economics, said that 'the long-term outlook of oil price remains positive, although there might be some soft spots over the next two years due to an economic slowdown in the US and China, and some incremental oil production coming on the market from non-OPEC countries like Brazil. A part of the oil price surge of recent years can be attributed to a decline in spare capacity, but the current OPEC production cuts ironically might lead to lower prices should the market perceive them as a recovery of such spare capacity.' On the international level, Dr. Woertz stressed the increased importance of the GCC countries in financing the US current account deficit. With the GCC current account surpluses now larger than even China's, petrodollar recycling and the investment options of GCC countries are naturally followed closely by the international banking circuit. 'As the US deficit continues to mount, the dollar is likely to slide further and the GCC countries need to worry about currency diversification and modification of their currency peg to the dollar,' he said. On the negative side, the problem of rising inflation in smaller Gulf States and the necessity for statistical reform and more accurate data was stressed. In light of the stock market corrections in 2006, Dr. Woertz pointed to the need for improved corporate governance, transparency and broader capital market development. The further development of a GCC bond market and the unification of the local capital markets were crucial, he said, and discussed dangers of overheating and duplication of similar investment and real estate projects.
The Geopolitical tension caused by the Iranian nuclear stand-off could hurt investment sentiment,' he warned. Security and Defense In his presentation, Dr. Mustafa Alani, Director of Security and Terrorism Program, said 2006 witnessed a general decline in terrorist activities in the GCC countries largely due to the Saudi preemptive anti-terror efforts against Al-Qaeda cells, but an upsurge in Iraq causalities - a record high of about 3,000 every month, with the number of wounded almost three times that figure. 'On an average, there were about 40 kidnapping incidents daily, and the total number detained on security grounds reached about 30,000,' he said. In the defense arena, the academic pointed out that there was considerable increase in defense spending and procurement of weapons: 'The GCC countries signed 13 deals worth $35 billion, most of them with Western countries.' Failure to stabilize the situation in Iraq will have catastrophic consequences for the Gulf region and beyond. On the other hand, the lack of resolve in tackling the Iranian nuclear program would perpetuate the crisis, lead to a possible arms race and invite more foreign interventions in the Gulf,' Dr Alani said, adding: 'It is certain that 2007 will inherit most of the security problems that engulfed the Gulf region last year.' Environment On the state of the environment and natural resources, Dr. Mohamed Raouf, Senior Researcher, Environment Program, said that 'the GCC countries are very poor in terms of arable lands and water resources, and contribute about 2.4 percent of world CO2 emissions though they have just 0.5 percent of the world's population.' Among the main environmental challenges, he listed the fallout of an accident in or military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, as well as the building and demolition debris associated with the construction boom in the region. 'One would like see a culture of sustainable development developing, where environment and natural resources get maximum attention in every decision and at all levels.
This can only be achieved by an policy mix which addresses different environmental issues, assigns a more active role for civil society organizations in decision-making and implementing plans, and encourage public-private partnerships,' Dr Raouf added.