Daily Archives: September 8, 2020

RedHill Biopharma’s Opaganib Demonstrates Complete Inhibition of SARS-CoV-2

Opaganib blocks SARS-Cov-2 virus replication Opaganib completely inhibited SARS-CoV-2 viral replication as measured after three days incubation in an in vitro model of human bronchial tissue, comparing favorably with remdesivir, the positive control in the study — Opaganib is uniquely positioned as an orally-administered potential COVID-19 treatment combining potent antiviral and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of action, […]

Quad Channel High Current Linear LED Controller for Automotive Exterior Lighting Applications

Drive 1A LEDs for Tail /Stop Rear Combination Lamps and Daytime Running Lamps with integrated PWM Quad Channel High Current Linear LED Controller for Automotive Exterior Lighting Applications MILPITAS, Calif., Sept. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lumissil Microsystems, a division of ISSI, today announced the release of a 4-channel linear current controller for automotive RCL […]

Philips’ Future Health Index 2020 report reveals new insights into younger doctors’ commitment to improving healthcare during COVID-19

September 8, 2020 61% of younger doctors ranked telehealth as the digital health technology that would have most improved their experiences during COVID-19, overtaking artificial intelligence (AI) (53%) 47% of younger doctors reported greater appreciation from patients; 44% experienced greater collaboration with colleagues across different skill sets Only 9% of younger doctors surveyed are more […]

Police have plan to contain September 19th student protest at TU

Bangkok police are making preparations to cope with a student-led protest, scheduled to take place at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus on Saturday September 19th, to ensure peace and order. Pol Lt-Gen Pakkapong Pongpetra, Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, said today that it is not yet confirmed, by the protest organizers, how many days the protest

Pheu Thai Party to propose broader amendments to Thailand’s Constitution

The opposition Pheu Thai Party has decided to propose four motions, seeking broader amendments of the Constitution, including Section 272, to exclude senators from process of electing the Prime Minister, and Section 270, to revoke the powers of the Senate regarding national reforms. The party also appealed for cross party support, as well as from

Kicking high into a new world

For some people, finding passion and true happiness in life can be a lifelong journey. American Matt Lucas found his through Muay Thai and moved to the sport’s motherland to live out his dream. Matt, 38, from Upstate New York, is a commentator at Max Muay Thai and the social media manager for Fairtex Training

City Hall opens hotlines for people to seek advice on COVID-19 infection

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has opened hot lines for people in Bangkok infected with COVID-19, or who are at risk of becoming infected, so they can seek consultations with experts, said Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang on Monday. City Hall has also made available online COVID-19 risk assessment forms, on which anyone who is worried

Sixteen Democrat MPs second opposition Kao Klai Party’s motion to trim power of Thailand’s senators

A motion, seconded by 99 opposition and government MPs, was today submitted to House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to seek amendment of Section 272 of Thailand’s Constitution, with the aim of excluding senators from the election of the Prime Minister. Kao Klai leader Pita Limcharoenrat and Sathit Wongnongtoey of the Democrat Party submitted the motion to

Thailand’s Deputy Finance Minister’s educational credentials questioned

The educational credentials of Deputy Finance Minister Santi Prompat have re-emerged as an issue of public interest after he implied that he is qualified to become the new Finance Minister, replacing Mr. Pridi Daochai who resigned over a week ago. Mr. Tortrakul Bunnag, President of the Engineering Association of Thailand, said in his Facebook post