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Bird Flu Strains Detected In Wild Birds Of Mongolia

Scientists from US department of Agriculture had found the strains of bird flu disease in the wild migratory birds in Mongolia. This is for the first time the disease of avian influenza had been detected in any strain of wild birds // that have no contact with the domestic poultry, or waterfowl. ...

Lotus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Again Awarded GSP Certification

...n addition to our current state-of-art warehouse, we are planning on the construction of a high standard modern storage facility of 10000 sqm in Inner mongolia in order to meet the increasing demand for our drugs." About Lotus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ( http://www.lotuspharma.com ) Lotus Pharmac...

Launch of Asia Research News 2009

...e planet which will allow observation virus structures Seeking the essence of Islam across regional diversity Delivering ICT solutions to remote mongolia 3000 year old Egyptian princess Children's health in rural Philippines Climate change vulnerability Preparing for ASEAN in 2015 Combati...

Lotus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports Strong 2008 Financial Results

...otus. "We've also focused our expansion into Inner mongolia with plans of new revenue lines, and as we establi...offered in Inner Mongolia. Once our plant in Inner mongolia begins to run at full production capacity, which w...osits on land use rights for our planned new Inner mongolia facility and the acquisition of intellectual prope...

Lotus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Purchases Land Use Rights to Grow its Business and Reduce Costs

...ty is estimated to take three years. Inner mongolia Offers Cost Savings Liang Fang's Inner mongolia branch, established in December 2008, has a busine... drugs is now conducted through Liang Fang's Inner mongolia branch, which anticipates that it may not have to ...

Synutra Provides Progress Update on Recall and Reports Results for the Second Quarter Ended September 30, 2008

... series, U-Strong series, adult formula products and rice powder products, produced before September 16, 2008 at its facilities in the Hebei and Inner mongolia regions, where it is believed the melamine-contaminated milk supplies originated. In addition, out of abundance of caution, the Company has substantia...

Chindex International, Inc. Announces CDC Contract Signing

...s signed two contracts for the supply of EUR10.8 million of laboratory and hospital products to Centers for Disease Control in China's Gansu and Inner mongolia provinces. The projects were awarded to Chindex's German subsidiary, Chindex China-Export GmbH, in late January, and the contracts were signed on Mond...

Women's World Banking Welcomes New Network Member From Tunisia

...redit. Through WWB's network peer exchange program, Enda I-A will be learning how other WWB network institutions -- in countries as diverse as Russia, mongolia and Benin -- have made the transition to become formalized banking entities and have introduced savings products to their clients. "I'm already seein...

EU Pushes Asian Nations on Climate Change Goals

...ld carbon-dioxide emissions and Asian governments countering that they did not cause global warming. ASEM is held every two years. India, Pakistan and mongolia are attending for the first time. An estimated 4,000 protesters who marched toward the summit venue in a dry run for next month's demonstratio...

Stringent Bird Flu Monitoring Accelerated In China

...forms that about three million domestic bird have been inoculated so far in mongolia after the last outbreak of bird flu in the northwestern regions of Inner mongolia and Ningxia which concurrently also led to the culling of over 2000 birds t...
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Bird samples from Mongolia confirmed as H5N1 avian flu

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has positively identified the pathogenic form of avian flu--H5N1--in samples taken from birds last week in Mongolia by field veterinarians from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). It is the first instance of this viral strain occurring in wild...

Sands of Gobi Desert yield new species of nut-cracking dinosaur

...of the Royal Society B . The paleontologists discovered the new dinosaur, which they've named Psittacosaurus gobiensis, in the Gobi Desert of Inner mongolia in 2001, and spent years preparing and studying the specimen. The dinosaur is approximately 110 million years old, dating to the mid-Cretaceous Period...

Researchers document world's mammals in crisis

...ly, the Wild Horse (Equus ferus) moved from extinct in the wild in 1996 to critically endangered this year after successful reintroductions started in mongolia in the early 1990s. The African Elephant ( Loxodonta africana ) moved from vulnerable to near threatened, although its status varies considerably a...

First successful reverse vasectomy on endangered species performed at the National Zoo

...zewalskii ; E. caballus przewalskii classification debated), pronounced zshah-VAL-skeez. Przewalksi's horses are a horse species native to China and mongolia that was declared extinct in the wild in 1970. Currently, there are approximately 1500 of these animals maintained at zoological institutions througho...

Academy establishes Asia Center to protect the environment

...e now crowding the unprepared cities. Last year, mongolia awarded its highest honor, the Friendship Medal, t... now director of the Asia Center, began working in mongolia in the early 1990s and has since led teams of inte...y of Natural Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, mongolia University of Science and Technology and National ...

Asia's odd-ball antelope faces migration crisis

...pardy as well. The study, which appears in the latest issue of The Open Conservation Biology Journal, tracked saiga with GPS collars in mongolia and discovered a migration bottleneck a narrow corridor of habitat that connects two populations. The authors say that the corridor, which spans jus...

A fossilized giant rhino bone questions the isolation of Anatolia, 25 million years ago

...meters or more, and a body weight of 15 to 20 tons). As well as this specimen of Paraceratherium, known to have existed notably in Pakistan, China, mongolia and Kazakhstan, the remains of ruminants and rodents were also found in the deposit. They enabled dating of the specimen to about 25 million years, an...

Mongolian paleontologists with a dream come to Montana State University

... BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Jack Horner has flown to mongolia the past three summers to search for dinosaur bone... paleontologists to work on Mongolian species." mongolia already has paleontologists. Her father is one of ...sia during the Communist years, she said. Now that mongolia is open to the West, she'd like to see more young ...

Tiny dust particles from Asian deserts common over western United States

... already present along the West Coast of North America. Now a UW researcher is finding that dust from the Gobi and Taklimakan deserts in China and mongolia is routinely present in the air over the western United States during spring months. "We are interested in Asian dust that comes across the Pacifi...

New dinosaur species found in Montana

...er on the finding was published in September's issue of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, co-author Jack Horner said Friday after returning from mongolia where he and his crew found 80 dinosaurs in a week. Horner is curator of paleontology at Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies. The paper's...
Mongolia in Biological Technology

Yongye Biotechnology International Receives License to Manufacture Products

...that, through its sole operating subsidiary, Inner mongolia Yongye Nongfeng Biotechnology Co., Ltd. (''Yongye ...restructuring process begun in October 2008, Inner mongolia Yongye Biotechnology, Yongye Nongfeng's predecesso... its plant and animal nutrient products from Inner mongolia Yongye to Yongye Nongfeng by acquiring Inner...

Sinovac Reports Unaudited Full Year 2008 and Fourth Quarter Financial Results with Financial Tables

...vaccines by commercializing Sinovac's products outside of China. In January 2009, Sinovac responded to the emerging hepatitis A epidemic situation in mongolia by selling 11,000 doses of Healive to the Mongolian market through the Company's agent in China. Sinovac has received positive market feedback in the...

Sinovac Reports Unaudited Full Year 2008 and Fourth Quarter Financial Results

...vaccines by commercializing Sinovac's products outside of China. In January 2009, Sinovac responded to the emerging hepatitis A epidemic situation in mongolia by selling 11,000 doses of Healive to the Mongolian market through the Company's agent in China. Sinovac has received positive market feedback in the...

Yongye Biotechnology Announces Record Third Quarter Results

...nal, Inner Inc. and mongolia Inc. and mongolia Subsidiaries Yongye S... International, Inc. Inner mongolia and Subsidiar...

Letter to Shareholders from the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Yongye Biotechnology, Inc.

...gye Nongfeng will acquire all of the land rights, buildings, equipment and permits that currently belong to our outsourced manufacturing partner Inner mongolia Yongye. This will enable Yongye Nongfeng to centralize and manage Company product development, manufacturing and distribution and result in a more tig...

Yongye Biotechnology International Raises $9.4 Million in Private Placement

...the Company's current contract manufacturer, Inner mongolia Yongye Biotechnology Company, Ltd. ("Inner Mongoli...lusive contract manufacturing agreement with Inner mongolia Yongye. The final step to the restructuring will b...e land, buildings and permits that belong to Inner mongolia Yongye, and the new manufacturing facility, which ...

Lotus Pharmaceuticals Announces Second Quarter 2008 Results

... -- Obtained the patent and the exclusive production rights for Laevo-Bambutero, an asthma drug -- Placed a down payment for land rights in Inner mongolia and plan to build a new manufacturing facility "We are pleased with our revenue and gross margin results in the second quarter and first six mont...

Yongye Biotechnology International Announces Second Quarter Results

...1, 2008 are solely those of the predecessor, Inner mongolia Yongye Biotechnology Company, Ltd On April 17, 2...nal Inner Inc. and mongolia Inc. and mongolia Subsidiaries Yongye Su...

Fufeng Announces 2008 Interim Results With Strong Sign of Recovery

... the reengineering project of MSG segment in Inner mongolia Plant completed in early August and increase an an...roduction consumes less corn kernel, and our Inner mongolia Plant enjoys low coal cost advantage, our producti...m production capacity of 10,000-tonne in the Inner mongolia will be commenced in the end of 2008. By then, the...

JIC Invests in Three New Alternative Energy Projects

...ues; obtaining the preferential right to develop wind power project with generation capacity of approximately 49.5 MW in the Siziwang Qi area in Inner mongolia with target operation date set in 2008; investing in a joint venture with CECIC to operate a 200MW wind power plant in Hebei Province; investing in a ...
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