Ibn Sina


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Ibn Sina

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"We prefer to invest in pharmaceuticals and personal care products with high growth potential in Egypt through distribution companies, rather than manufacturing companies: Ibn Sina Pharma is the fastest growing pharmaceutical and personal care company in Egypt (with its market share doubled since 2012," according to Beltone.
Cette convention a ete signee par le ministre de la sante, Anas Doukkali, le wali de la Region de Rabat-Sale-Kenitra, Mohamed Mhidia, le directeur du CHU Ibn Sina, Abdelkader Errougani et le doyen de la Faculte de Medecine et de Pharmacie de Rabat, Mohammed Adnaoui.
Celanese, Sabic and Duke Energy entered into the Ibn Sina joint venture in 1981.
Ibn Sina's al-Qanun fi al-Tibb (The Canon of Medicine) was used well into the 17th century, and his Kitab al-Shifa, regarded as his magnum opus, remains an important work of philosophy and science to this date.
Ibn Sina and Al Beruni ended their correspondence in disagreement, and their intellectual paths apparently never crossed again.
This paper examines significant similarities between the views of Augustine and Ibn Sina on the soul's knowledge of itself.
Rabat - Queen Letizia of Spain and HRH Princess Lalla Salma, chairwoman of the Lalla Salma Foundation for Cancer Prevention and Treatment, visited on Tuesday the Sheikha Fatma Centre for Gynaecological-Mammary Oncology at the National Oncology Institute affiliated to the Ibn Sina University Hospital in Rabat.
The signature took place on the inauguration day of the Ibn Sina vocational training centre specialised in building trades and public works co-funded by the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment and the French Development Agency.
IBN Sina Pharmacy, Abu Mther, Gujarati Boys XI, Asfandyar, United Metal, Al Basim, Al Naba and Boom Boom Cricketers are placed in Group A.
THE National Methanol Company (Ibn Sina), a manufacturing affiliate of the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic), has awarded the engineering, procurement and construction contract for its polyoxymethylene (POM) project to an international company, which was not named, bringing the company closer to producing high-strength, low-friction engineering plastic in support of Saudi Arabia's vision to expand and diversify its manufacturing sector and create employment opportunities in downstream industries.
Amira bin Abdulmuhsin al-Ra'eedan, Psychiatrist at Ibn Sina Hospital, Chairperson of the Association and member of the National Committee for Drugs and Psychotropic Substances said that the activities will be distributed in different wilayats of the Sultanate as they began in the Wilayat of Sur yesterday She added that this awareness activity will be presented for the public, particularly the youth.
Abu Ali al-Husain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina was born in Afshana in Persia in 980 and he died in 1037 at Hamadhan.