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British manufacturer of Cycloastragenol capsules HTA98 ™ has launched an additional, anti-ageing and cellular support supplement being offered free to resellers

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HTA98 (tm) is currently the only high purity cycloastragenol based capsule supplement in the world that does not contain controversial fillers such as microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, or titanium dioxide. Such fillers are commonly used by around 95% of supplement capsules manufactured by the traditional corporate supplement industry. They are used mainly to make the encapsulation process cheaper and more time efficient but many independent researchers do not believe that they should be used and some claim that... Read More »

Bertelsmann expands education activities to advance innovation in Health and Human Sciences

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Through Arist, Bertelsmann establishes network of universities dedicated to addressing most pressing global challenges Education is core to strategic growth platform Thomas Rabe, Chairman and CEO of Bertelsmann, commented: “We believe that world-class education programs will make a big contribution to solving global healthcare challenges. Over the next few years, we will build a network of universities that deliver innovative education programs in various fields of the health and human sciences. Having already entered into the e-learning s... Read More »

Atos: Blaenau Gwent Council uses data analytics to identify vulnerable citizens

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A pioneering data intelligence system that will work across a number of local agencies has been developed by a team of people from six local authority organisations led by Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council. The results have been shared with the Council so that the next phase of implementation can be considered. The proof of concept project will enable them and other public sector partners to better and more swiftly identify the most vulnerable citizens in their community to ensure they receive the right support at the right time from local s... Read More »

Corcentric named to Food Logistics Magazine’s 2014 FL100+ List

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Corcentric, a leading provider of cloud-based technology and financial process automation solutions, announced today it was named by Food Logistics as a 2014 FL100+ award winner. For the past ten years, the editors of Food Logistics have recognized 100 software and technology providers that better enable grocery and foodservice distributors and manufacturers to realize their business goals. This year, the publication added the "+" to the title to reflect the growing number of companies in this space. "From software solutions that improve ... Read More »

Shop Direct launches new Very.co.uk iPhone app with image recognition technology

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The app includes cutting-edge image recognition technology that allows shoppers to take snaps of clothes they covet and search for similar patterns across Very.co.uk’s vast product range. Search and browse has also been optimised to enable smoother and faster navigation of the 946 brands currently sold on Very.co.uk. Customers can also track their orders in just one tap and make payments on-the-go. Feedback from shoppers indicates that they find apps a more secure environment to manage their accounts; they can now check their balance a... Read More »

ThyssenKrupp gives new ‘Parco della Musica e della Cultura’ in Florence, Italy a lift

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Fourteen ThyssenKrupp elevator systems provide easy access for the new, but already iconic, Parco della Musica e della Cultura in Florence. The comfortable and efficient passenger transportation systems are designed to offer effortless passage to the public, artists and staff. In order to ensure efficient mobility, passenger and goods elevators were placed in designated areas as per a specific study developed to encourage the flow of people coming in and out, to, and from this immense multifunctional centre, as well as the handling of technical... Read More »

DIY EzW2 Software offers simple and flexible ways prepare W2 and 1099 MISC tax forms

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March 2 is the deadline to file tax forms back to IRS. Small businesses that need affordable but fully functional W2 1099 tax software should try ezW2 software from halfpricesoft.com this 2015 tax season. Multiple new features within the latest version will help employers prepare tax returns in house easily and quickly, providing increased productivity and lower costs. ezW2 can fill out, print or generate the efile documents for forms W2, W3, 1099-misc and 1096. ezW2 software is approved by SSA to print tax forms on white paper which elimina... Read More »

SUNY Buffalo State selects SparcIt’s automated creativity assessment tool for its upcoming MOOC on creativity

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The International Center for Creativity Studies (ICSC) at SUNY Buffalo State, the oldest degree-granting program in creativity in the world, has selected SparcIt's, an NSF-funded company, automated creativity assessment tool for measuring students' creativity quotient (CQ) on its first massive open online course (MOOC) on creativity. The course is called "Ignite Your Everyday Creativity" and will be available on the leading online learning platform, Coursera on February 16, 2015. The online classes are taught by two faculty members: Dr. C... Read More »

EIF debate with Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri “Expanding the human possibilities of the connected world”

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Mr Suri presented the recent developments and changes in Nokia, including the company’s businesses and strategy as well as Nokia’s role in the connected world of today and tomorrow. He drew a connection from the business to the policy and regulatory environment, covering some of the major challenges facing European ICT businesses today. Sabine Verheyen, MEP and EIF Steering Committee Member, opened the debate by introducing Nokia and its long and diverse history. Rajeev Suri was appointed as President and CEO of Nokia Corporation in May 2... Read More »

Plant Oil Extraction with Encole Sight Glasses

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In the second half of 2014 Encole LLC has seen an increase in demand for it's high-pressure sight glasses from the plant oil extraction industry. These particular sight glasses are chemically inert in the oil extraction process and can hold the high pressure of the carbon-dioxide type extractors. Both, CO2-based systems and butane-based systems benefit from the Encole sight glasses because of their regulatory compliance at high pressure operations. These sight windows have been tested in accordance with the Pressure Equipment Directive for v... Read More »

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