BENTHAM SCIENCE FREE TRIAL IN Fuso Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd, Japan!

Fuso Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd. is a Japan-based company principally involved in the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment for medical purposes. The Company has two business segments. The Pharmaceuticals segment is involved in manufacture and sale of pharmaceutical products, including injectable drugs, which mainly focus on infusion solution, dialysis fluid for artificial kidney, as well as the manufacture and sale of medical equipment and instruments.



The Medical University of Łódź was founded on October 1, 2002 as a merger of the Medical Academy of Łódź (founded January 1, 1950) and the Military Medical Academy of Łódź (founded July 1, 1958). It is the largest teaching hospital unit in Poland and a European research center. At the Medical University of Lodz, students are instructed from a 250 plus Basic Science and Clinical Medicine Faculty, composed of physicians, teachers and researchers. Most faculty members of the university holds a dual MD/PhD. Degree, and all are board certified in their respective specialties.


BENTHAM SCIENCE FREE TRIAL IN Zeria Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, Japan!

ZERIA PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD. is a Japan-based pharmaceutical company. The Company operates in three business segments. The Ethical Pharmaceutical segment is principally involved in the manufacture, purchase and sale of ethical pharmaceutical products. The Consumer Healthcare segment is involved in the manufacture, purchase and sale of health food products and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs related to self medication, import and export of raw materials, as well as production and sale of cosmetics, among others. The Others segment is engaged in the insurance agency and real estate businesses, as well as the purchase and sale of promotional items. As of March 31, 2014, the Company had 17 subsidiaries.


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An-Najah National University Hospital, Palestine

An-Najah National University is Palestine’s leading academic institution in medicine and health care. Since the inception of its Faculty of Medicine in 1999, the university has made tremendous achievements in the promotion of medical science and care for Palestinians—the latest of these achievements being the An-Najah National University Hospital in Nablus.

Nablus has a population of more than 340,000 and is the second-largest country in the West Bank. The city is central to all northern villages, making it a natural hub for medical services to over 1,000,000 inhabitants. With only 24 government hospitals in the West Bank and Gaza, the ratio between hospital beds and the total population is 1 to 1,000. Recognizing this huge disparity, An-Najah’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, began construction of NNUH jointly with the Ministry of Health in 2008, establishing Palestine’s first university hospital.

Zenyaku Kogyo Co. Ltd., Japan

Since its foundation in 1950, Zenyaku Kogyo has been committed to develop innovative pharmaceuticals based on its corporate philosophy- “We serve people through creation of efficacy.” To help people to maintain and improve their quality of life (QOL), Zenyaku has been actively providing information on the proper use of medication and on the steps people are to take to lead healthier lives.

Takara Bio Inc., Japan

Takara Bio Inc. began as the biomedical business unit of Takara Shuzo Co., Ltd. (now Takara Holdings Inc.).

Based on the Company’s mission – Contributing to the health of humankind through the development of revolutionary biotechnologies such as gene therapy – Takara Bio will focus on three business segments that utilize its core biotechnology and encourage broader expansion: the Bioindustry Business, the basis for stable earning providing research reagents, scientific instruments, and various contracted services to universities and companies around the world; the AgriBio Business, the segment being nurtured as the Company’s secondary profit-making business; the Gene Therapy Business, the segment that the Company views as the foundation for future growth developing and commercializing gene therapies for cancer and AIDS.



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Ochsner Medical Center, USA

Ochsner Medical Center – Kenner, also called Ochsner Kenner, is a hospital in Kenner, Louisiana, United States.

The 170-bed hospital opened in 1985 as St. Jude Hospital and was later renamed Kenner Regional Medical Center. The hospital was run by Tenet Healthcare until 2006 when it was acquired by Ochsner Health System. Following the acquisition the hospital changed to its current name.

Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co. Ltd, Japan

Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd is a pharmaceutical company based in Japan. Its headquarters are in Chuo-Ku, Osaka.

The company started its operation in 1885 with equipment imported from Germany. The main products were tincture and other similar drugs listed in the Japanese Pharmacopoeia. Among them was ephedrine, an anti-asthma drug invented by Nagai. In 1893, however, Nagai left the company and the business started to make a loss. In 1898 it was acquired by Osaka Seiyaku (Osaka Pharmaceutical).

Ankara University, Turkey

Ankara University (Turkish: Ankara Üniversitesi) is a public university in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey. It was the first higher education institution founded in the Turkish Republic.

The university has 40 vocational programs, 120 undergraduate programs and 110 graduate programs.

University of Gdańsk, Poland

The University of Gdańsk is a public research university located in Gdańsk, Poland. It is an important centre for the studies of Kashubian language.

The University of Gdańsk was established in 1970 by the amalgamation of the Higher School of Economics in Sopot (in existence since 1945) and Gdańsk College of Education (formed in 1946).

Uşak University, Turkey

Uşak University is a university located in Uşak, Turkey. It was established in 2006. The university is a member of the Caucasus University Association.

The University of Gdańsk was established in 1970 by the amalgamation of the Higher School of Economics in Sopot (in existence since 1945) and Gdańsk College of Education (formed in 1946).


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Tokai University, Japan

Tokai University is a private university established by Dr. Shigeyoshi Matsumae in 1942. “Tokai” of “Tokai University” refers to the sea to the east of Asia, namely the Pacific Ocean, and symbolizes the desire to foster a rich spirit and broad perspectives. Tokai University consists of 8 campuses in Sapporo, Takanawa, Yoyogi, Shonan, Isehara, Shimizu, Kumamoto, and Aso, which are comprised of 21 schools and colleges made up of 79 departments, majors, and programs. Its graduate schools and professional graduate schools offer roughly 50 programs. The total student population is approximately 30,000. The founding spirit and objectives of Tokai University are to contribute to human society, to foster active, talented people and to arouse interest in our earth and a sense of responsibility for the future of mankind. Tokai University’s educational guidelines ground these objectives by offering a sound and reliable way of thinking as a basis for living and cultivating the richness of humanity. The core of such education at Tokai University is the “Lecture on Modern Civilization.” Since its establishment, Tokai University has prioritized this lecture, based on its belief that a university should not only provide knowledge and technology, but also be a place where the richness of humanity and creativity in each individual is cultivated.



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Aichi Medical University, Japan

Aichi Medical University designs the productive educational and research environment where it brings up human resource who leads the new age medical care, and doctors and nurses who can lead the next generations.

Clermont University, Université Blaise Pascal, France

Adjacent to the largest natural park in France, Clermont-Ferrand is the capital of the Auvergne Region. Major companies (Michelin, Limagrain, Volvic, etc.) contribute to the economic growth of the city which counts 35,000 students.

Being the world capital of short films and city of reference in terms of modern music (the Cooperative de May music venue), Clermont-Ferrand offers a wide variety of cultural events. With such an environment Blaise Pascal University provides an ideal context to the students wishing to study in one of our major training and research areas: sciences and technologies; literature, languages and arts; human and social sciences; physical and sports activities sciences and techniques.

Pharma International, Jordon

Pharma International Company (PIC) is a leading biopharmaceutical corporation dedicated to developing, manufacturing and commercializing quality branded generic medications that improve health outcomes, cost of care and the wellbeing of patients across the Middle East and Africa (MEA).

Since its establishment in Jordan in 1994, it has cultivated a thriving culture of innovation, amply demonstrated by the depth and breadth of its product portfolio of over 200 products spanning across key therapeutic classes, including Anti-infectives, Nervous System, Respiratory System, Cardio Vascular and Lifestyle conditions. Its relentless focus on quality and the wellbeing of patients it touches the lives of has allowed it to emerge as one of the fastest growing companies in Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Jordan, and enjoys an enviable market presence in over 25 markets across the Levant, the GCC, Africa and parts of Eastern Europe.


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Nara Medical University, Japan

2015 marks the 70th anniversary for Nara Medical University. So perhaps it’s perfect timing for Nara Medical University to embark on a new journey, to challenge a new frontier. Over the next few years Nara Medical University will begin work on a new campus and a renewal of the facilities at the present campus. While educational and research facilities will be moved to the new campus, clinical and outpatient facilities will be housed in new facilities on the current campus. All of this will be achieved with the input of the surrounding community.

This is a “new frontier” not just for Nara Medical University but also for the people of Nara.

Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN/Cinvestav, Mexico

The Cinvestav was created in 1961 by presidential decree (56 kb) , as a public agency with legal personality and assets. Its founding director, Dr. Arturo Rosenblueth, prompted an academic requirement has resulted in the success of the institution. It has twenty-eight research departments that are distributed by the nine campuses throughout Mexico. Inside the plant researchers Cinvestav 99.3% have a doctorate degree and 92% are members of the National System of Researchers.

Awards and distinctions awarded to researchers:

  • Awards of the Mexican Academy of Science (30 awards)
  • National Science Awards (25 awards)
  • Members of the National College (7 members)
  • Prince of Asturias
  • Palms of the French Academy
  • TWAS awards (9 awards)
  • Members of Board of Governors of Center for Infectious Diseases (Atlanta, USA)

CINVESTAV is among the five most patent institutions in the country.

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Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan

Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences was founded in 1880 as the Tokyo Pharmaceutists School, Japan’s first private educational institution to train pharmacists. In over 130 years, the school has produced countless graduates who have helped advance pharmaceutical science, the pharmaceutical industry, and education in Japan. The School of Life Sciences was established in 1994, the first school of its kind in Japan, greatly expanding education and research in this field. A system was established for pursuing molecular and cellular level research in biotechnology and the life sciences that fully embodies the university’s original pioneering spirit and philosophy of humanistic education.

Vorozhtsov Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russia

The staff of Vorozhtsov Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry of 368 people, including 140 researchers, including 29 doctors and 92 candidates of sciences. The graduate of the Institute trained 23 people

The Institute is working with the institutions of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Institute of Animal Systematics and Ecology, Institute of Catalysis, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion, Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanical, Institute of Automation and Electrometry, the Institute of Theoretical and Applied mechanics, Institute «International Tomography center” and others.), Novosibirsk state University, as well as with universities and research laboratories in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Holland, France, England, the USA, Mongolia, India and other countries in the framework of bilateral and multilateral projects and grants. Institute Division are actively cooperating on a commercial basis with leading firms and companies of a number of Western European countries, USA, Canada, Japan, China and South Korea.

Engineering Institute awarded the Lenin Prize, State Prize of the USSR, the RSFSR and the Russian Federation, the Prize of the USSR Council of Ministers, the Russian State Prize for young scientists, as well as many diplomas and medals of national and international fairs and exhibitions.


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The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan

Bahawalpur has always been a seat of higher learning. Uch Sharif, a nearby ancient town, had one of the largest universities where scholars from all over the world used to come for studies. As a continuation of that tradition, Jamia Abbasia was established in Bahawalpur in the year 1925, following the academic pursuits of Jamia Al-Azhar, Egypt.

In view of the changing scenario, Jamia Abbasia was declared as a chartered University in the year 1975, and renamed as The Islamia University of Bahawalpur. Initially, it started functioning at Abbasia and Khawaja Fareed Campuses with ten Departments. In order to construct a modern and self-contained campus, 1250 acres of sandy land was acquired by the University on Hasilpur Road about eight kilometers away from the city center.


All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur, India

AIIMS Jodhpur is one of the SIX NEW AIIMS established by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna (PMSSY) with the aim of correcting regional imbalances in quality tertiary level healthcare in the country and attaining self-sufficiency in graduate and postgraduate medical education. PMSSY planned to set up 6 new AIIMS like institutions in underserved areas of the country.

These institutions are being established by an Act of Parliament on the lines of the original All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi which imparts both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches and related fields, along with nursing and paramedical training to bring together in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all branches of health care activity.


Kobe Pharmaceutical University, Japan

Kobe Pharmaceutical University (神戸薬科大学 Kobe yakka daigaku?) is a private university in Higashinada, Kobe, Hyōgo, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1930, and it was chartered as a women’s college in 1949. In 1994 the school became coeducational, adopting the present name.


Winered Chemical Corporation, Japan

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