Syndemic s is a term used to describe the cogency beyond interactive biology of social structure, conditions and relations in the development of disease concentrations.
Toxicology is a term used in the science of poisons and the study of adverse effects of chemical agents upon living organisms. The basic of the word Toxic comes from the Latin toxicus (translated poisonous), derived from ancient Greek word toxikon (to describe an arrow dipped in poisons).
Darwinism is a term used to describe how Darwin’s (1809-1882) work influenced biology as well as philosophy as a whole and even economics and politics. His most well-known works include “the origin of species employing natural selection” in which it revolutionised our understanding of life on earth.
Better Work Program. The partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), is designed to improve labour standards and competitive
Amazon River Basin covers more than 7 million square kilometres in South America, making it the largest in the world.
WRI (World Resources Institute) is an independent Centre for knowledge on global environmental and development issues established in 1982 by James Gustav Speth.
Wastewater is a term used to describe the spent or used water from a home, community, farm, or industry that contains dissolved or suspended matter.
The biosensor is a device or system which incorporates a biologically active material in the material in intimate contact with an appropriate transduction element for detecting the concentration or activity of chemical species in any sample.