Israeli biotech company finds 100 % cure for cancer


At a time when cancer is spreading at a disturbingly fast pace across the globe, an Israeli biotech company have claimed that they will have the cure for this deadly disease by 2020.  Although different types of treatments are available in the market, but nothing promises to cure this deadly disease 100%. But Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd (AEBi), founded in 2000 from the ITEK Weizmann technology incubator has made bold claims to cure the disease completely.  In an interview to a leading daily, Aridor, chairman of the board of AEBi, has asserted that their cancer cure will be effective from the very first day and will last for a few weeks. Read More

Royal Dutch Shell announced that Neil Carson be appointed a Director of the Company with effect from June 1, 2019.  “Neil has a wealth of expertise, and the Board is delighted to recommend to shareholders that he be appointed a Director of the Company. As a Non-Executive director, Neil brings a track record of utilizing well his strong operational exposure, familiarity with capital intensive business and a first-class international perspective on driving value in complex environments,” said Chad Holliday, Chair of Royal Dutch Shell plc. Neil joined Johnson Matthey in 1980 where he held several senior management positions in both the UK and US, before being appointed CEO in 2004. Read More

Teijin Limited announced that its Tenax carbon fiber and carbon fiber thermoplastic unidirectional pre-impregnated tape were qualified by Boeing and registered in its qualified products list. Teijin will supply Tenax TPUD as an intermediate advanced composite material for primary structural parts for Boeing. TenaxTPUD is a carbon fiber thermoplastic unidirectional pre-impregnated tape made with thermoplastic resin and helps to reduce production costs and improve component manufacturing efficiency. Read More

Saudi Aramco with its partner Total announced the signing of a MoU with Daelim. Under the MoU, Daelim is planning to build a new 80,000 tons state-of-the-art Polyisobutylene (PIB) plant, which is expected to come on-stream in 2024. This agreement is another step to drive Saudi Aramco’s petrochemicals growth strategy. This follows Saudi Aramco’s announcement to launch an engineering study to build a large petrochemical complex in Jubail. The new petrochemicals facility will be using feedstock from the Amiral complex in Jubail, located on Saudi Arabia’s eastern coast. Read More