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Protecting Biodiversity in Africa
Africa is home to a rich and diverse animal, plant, and marine biodiversity that provide critical ecosystem services, driving the continent’s economy and serving as buffers to climate change. However, the continent is experiencing a dramatic loss of biodiversity.
Who will research diabetes and argan oil?
The most common chronic disease after obesity, afflicting 84 million Americans and more than 1 billion people worldwide, was born as a public relations catchphrase...
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The Education Argane Marketing initiative:
There is no easily independent information on Argan oil available on the internet.
No trade organization, no unified marketing approach, no center of excellence.
Arganinfocenter aims to be a center of excellence on all things argan to benefit all stakeholders to position Argan oil as a top contender in the natural and organic food, cosmetic and wellness products in the world.
Unifying all stakeholders - regulators, producers, consumers, academics - on a digital platform to promote Argan and educate visitors, with a focus on research and marketing.
Engage with scholar publication platforms and academic databases to promote Argan oil related studies
From our blog
Two US-based organizations providing topnotch data and content you ‘ll love: 1- The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent population health research center at UW Medicine, part of the University of Washington, that provides rigorous and comparable measurement of the world’s most important…
November 2, 2018 — Every day we are bombarded with health news in our social media feeds: from studies touting the benefits—or harms—of a particular food to research on a new treatment for a disease. But how accurate are those headlines? That’s the question a multidisciplinary research team led by Noah Haber, ScD ’19, tried…
New research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has identified numerous genes that influence how cells respond to saturated fatty acids. Some of these genes have promise as potential therapeutic targets for treating metabolic diseases associated with lipotoxicity, including obesity, diabetes, and heart failure. The study also provides new insights into how saturated fatty acids trigger…
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