ComSats has successfully tested artificial skin
ComSats has successfully tested artificial skin|Dr. Raheel Qamar (Thamudat Imtiaz), a rector of the Institute of Information Technology COMSATS has revealed that our student had developed a bandage for the treatment of diabetes which I had spread all over Pakistan but no one had grass. Was inserted Although trillions of rupees were to be earned in one billion rupees when this formula was taken to Australia, it was taken away. He said this at a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology in the Senate chaired by Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan.
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“We have had a successful experience in shaping artificial skin,” said Rachel Qamar, Rector Commissions professor. Artificial skin is designed for people suffering from burns, he said. He told the Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology that artificial skin was purchased from the United States for $ 22 per square inch, while its hilarious preparations were 22 cents per square inch. In the region of Asia, our university (university) is 131st and we have 400 foreign students studying but no foreign faculty said Prof. Dr. Raheel Qamar. Members of the upper house of Pakistan (Senate) have been informed by the rectors that large factories will be finished soon. He claimed that 3D printers would make the production of the world’s most famous equipment possible. Asad Omar will introduce PayPal in Pakistan soon. Prof. Dr. Raheel Qamar said that soon there will be a system that will make the world more fit. He said that nothing will be done in the future from humans to robots in preparation for anything and the robot will meet human artificial needs. The rector of the commissions told the Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology that if taxes were eased, government revenue would increase. Addressing a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology, Chairman Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan said that the Ravi Hilal Committee has no policy yet and there is no law to abolish it. Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan said the issue of lunar piety was not being made as big. The way to build a company is very complicated, he said. He pointed to a problem in this regard, saying that even if the company goes bankrupt, the taxpayers do not leave.