29 May

Pharmacists to protest setting up of e-portal to regulate medicine sales

Pharmacists to protest setting up of e-portal to regulate medicine sales

CHENNAI: On the occasion of their protest against the proposal of the central Ministry of Health to create an electronic portal to regulate the sale of medicines, pharmacists in Chennai, Madurai and Karur wear a black label on Tuesday. However, pharmacists have decided not to participate in the Gaza Strip called by the All-India Organization of Chemicals and Drugs (AIOCD) Tuesday.
The administrative secretary of Tamil Nadu, the Association of Chemists and Pharmacists T Natarajan, who led the annual general meeting on Sunday, said: “We are not going to close pharmacies on Tuesday, Secretary of State. Will submit a memorandum to the Central Health Ministry says that the establishment of an electronic portal is not viable for Tamil Nadu chemists. ”
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It is useless to protest against electronic portals and yes, as indicated, certain issues should be addressed in the management of rural areas and so that the layout of the facility may be asked.
There are 5,000 pharmacies in Chennai, of which about 1,000 are managed by companies. The remaining 4,000 pharmacies are run by people and are represented by the Druggists and Association (District of Madras). Natarajan, who is also the general secretary of the district association of Madras, said: “The establishment of an electronic portal to regulate the sale of medicines is not possible without the great modernization of infrastructure, certainly not possible in rural areas , Since there is no Internet access. ”
According to the proposal, an autonomous body will develop and maintain the electronic platform in which manufacturers of medicines, wholesalers, distributors, wholesalers, pharmacies and authorized electronic pharmacies must register.

29 May

Chinese space telescope to observe ‘big eaters’

Chinese space telescope to observe ‘big eaters’

Chinese space telescope to observe ‘big eaters’

China’s new space telescope will take into account many mysteries of the universe, including “big eaters” – active nuclei of galaxies to the farthest reaches of the universe. Scientists have discovered that almost all galaxies have a black hole with a mass of several million supermassiform to several billion times that of the Sun in the center. With its strong gravitational pull, supermassive black holes gobble up surrounding gas and dust, Xinhua news agency reported.
When a black hole overflows too much, the excess material becomes two jet stream perpendicular to the accretion disk of the black hole, which is like a greedy with an inflated abdomen. The jet stream and the accretion disk of the black hole generators strong enough supermassive x-rays to billion light-years travel. These galaxies have very bright nuclei – so bright that the central region may be brighter than the remaining galaxy. Scientists call them active galactic nuclei.

The hard X-ray modulation of the telescope (HXMT), developed by Chinese scientists, will observe some active galactic nuclei. “Since the active nuclei of galaxies are very far from Earth, our telescope can only detect the brightest,” said Zhang Shuangnan, senior scientist and director of HXMT key Particle Astrophysics Laboratory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASO) . On Monday. The great dining rooms are full of mysteries. Scientists have discovered that the double-jet phenomenon is very common in galaxies with active galactic nuclei, but I do not understand why super-massive black holes can not cover any matter that falls into them.
Black holes are very different black holes of stellar mass, which form when the collapse of very massive stars at the end of their life cycle. Scientists still do not know how to form supermassive black holes and grow, which is a key to understanding the evolution of galaxies. Observing HXMT should help scientists see the central zone near the horizon of events supermassive black holes in the center of active galaxies and gather information on the extremely strong gravitational fields, Zhang added.