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Ensuring Lab Safety at Fujairah Research Centre.

Author: Eng Maryam Alhefeiti

In the field of scientific research and discovery, safety is the most important thing. At Fujairah Research Centre, this principle is ingrained in every aspect of operations, ensuring a secure environment for researchers to push the boundaries of knowledge. From handling hazardous chemicals to operating complex equipment, every procedure at the labs is governed by stringent safety rules. Resea...

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Beeswax candles produced by Fujairah Research Centre

Author: Eng. Reem Yaqoub

The beeswax candles produced by Fujairah Research Centre embody the principles of sustainability, health, and quality. By leveraging local resources and expertise, the centre is able to provide an eco-friendly alternative to conventional candles, while also supporting the local economy and promoting environmental stewardship. These candles not only offer numerous benefits for personal use but also...

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Reviving a High-Yield Milking Camel through Cloning

Author: Dr Nabil Abdel Hamid Mansour

Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT) is a cutting-edge breeding technique that allows for the rapid multiplication of animals with superior genetic traits. Recently, this technology has been applied to clone champion camels in the Arabian Peninsula for various purposes, including racing, beauty contests, and milk production. Cloning offers the potential to significantly boost the production of cam...

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Pepito: The new Heart of Innovation and Joy at Fujairah Research Centre?

Author: Dr. Fouad Lamghari

In the photo, Dr. Francois, the plant researcher at the Fujairah Research Centre, is seen gazing intently at Pepito, the beloved mascot of the center and the pet of Dr. Selim, the technology manager. Dr. Francois's expression is one of curiosity and fondness as he interacts with the cheerful and spirited Pepito and propably thinking about the ongoing plant research projects. Pepito, with his...

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Tamarix aphylla derived metabolites ameliorate indomethacin-induced gastric ulcers in rats by modulating the MAPK signaling pathway, alleviating oxidative stress and inflammation: In vivo study supported by pharmacological network analysis

Author: Fatma Alzahraa Mokhtar

The researcher isolated and identified eight active metabolites from the native plant Tamarix aphylla and studied the medicinal activity of the extract toward gastric ulcers applying in-vivo experiments using albino rats animal model and used the computerized chemical methods; protein-protein interaction and network pharmacology. This study highlighted the significance of using T. aphylla leaves c...

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