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Eastern Europe Presents New Growth Opportunity for Dwindling European Powder Coatings Market popular

The stability and growth of Eastern European countries has encouraged many large international manufacturers of vehicles and consumer goods to transfer production facilities to these countries. They now represent a growing market for powder coatings. A new Study from international marketing consul(Added: Wed Aug 22 2001)

European Legislation Drives Growth of Diesel Fuel Additives Market popular

European legislation to reduce the pollution from diesel cars across Europe will be a significant driver in the growth of the European diesel fuel additives market. According to new research by international market analysts Frost & Sullivan, the market valued today at $260 million is forecast to gr(Added: Wed Aug 22 2001)

Disaster Eminent at North Pole popular

For Immediate Release: Disaster Eminent at North Pole A census taker reported that this could be the last Christmas. D. Cypher, who lives near Santa Claus, Indiana in the US reported that recent events in the UK, US and around the world may impact Christmas. When questioned further D. Cy(Added: Tue Aug 21 2001)

ART Ports Voice Recognition Engine to Analog Devices’ DSPs popular

ART joins ADI’s third party DSP collaborative Contact: Yakov Shulman ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Ltd. +972-3-642-7242, ext. 121 yakov@artcomp.com Gabi Artzi ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. +1-805-581-3999 gabia@artcomp.com Atl(Added: Tue Aug 21 2001)

Math Modelling popular

Mathematical Modelling 1980 - 2001 For details of my current projects, please go to http://www.inverse-problems.com/projects The graphics referred to below can also be found there. Introduction I have written this history of my mathematical modelling experience, partly in response to acade(Added: Mon Aug 20 2001)

Chiropractic Correction of Upper Neck Injury May Help Reverse Multiple Sclerosis popular

A recent case study, published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research (JVSR.com), is the first to show that correction of upper neck injuries may reverse the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The research was performed by Erin Elster, D.C., an Upper Cervical chiropractic speciali(Added: Fri Aug 17 2001)

Do you have an Inverse Problem? popular

Do you have an Inverse Problem? By Bob Marlow, Loughborough University Did you ever play with a thing called a "Puzzle Box" in your physics class? It was a wooden box with 4 or more sockets on top, and inside the box the sockets were connected by resistors, capacitors and the like. You were(Added: Sun Aug 05 2001)

MET OFFICE DISPELS ST SWITHIN’S DAY MYTH popular

12 July 2001 News release is available online at http://www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html With St Swithin’s day this Sunday (15 July), the Met Office is keen to dispel the myth surrounding the old wives’ tale that if it rains on St Swithin’s Day, it will rain for the next 40 days. (Added: Thu Jul 12 2001)

Flavour chemical first for Treatt popular

Treatt, a leading chemical distributor in the flavour and fragrance market, has established the first commercially available source of 3-Methyl-2,4-nonanedione. A high impact, specialty aromatic chemical, 3-Methyl-2,4-nonanedione can be used in tea, honey and parsley formulations – all key fl(Added: Fri Jul 06 2001)

KRATON Polymers to celebrate a momentous year at K2001 popular

KRATON™ Polymers to celebrate a momentous year at K2001 Messe Dusseldorf Trade Exhibition Centre, Dusseldorf, Germany 25 October - 1 November, 2001 Visit the KRATON Polymers Business in the Raw Materials Hall No 4, Stand Number B/40 LONDON (4 July, 2001) - Plastic product manufactur(Added: Wed Jul 04 2001)

The MINI’s no minor investment for BMW popular

BMW Group’s decision to completely refurbish its Oxford plant, in order to accommodate the production systems for the new MINI, resulted in a £100,000 contract to build twelve elevated fire safety tunnels for engineering specialist, Furmanite. The recently completed tunnels cover areas where the(Added: Thu Jun 28 2001)

HIDEOUS AND INCOMPETENT RESEARCH BY LONDON SCIENTISTS popular

June 2001 HIDEOUS AND INCOMPETENT RESEARCH BY LONDON SCIENTISTS The National Anti-Vivisection Society today exposed cruel research on dogs that involved pumping blood from one dog’s leg directly to the another dog’s neck, force-filling the recipient dog’s bladders, then killi(Added: Fri Jun 22 2001)

New Giant Dinosaur Discovered in Ancient Egyptian Mangrove Deposit popular

Embargoed until 5/31/01 @ 2 p.m. (EDT) Drexel Geologist Kenneth Lacovara Puts New Dinosaur Genus - Paralititan stromeri - into Ecological Context Science Magazine to announce discovery of a new genus of dinosaur in tomorrow's edition PHILADELPHIA (May 31, 2001)- Drexel University's Dr. Kenne(Added: Fri Jun 01 2001)

MobileOne (M1), a leading mobile operator in Singapore; and EdgeMatrix, the technology company speci popular

MobileOne (M1), a leading mobile operator in Singapore; and EdgeMatrix, the technology company specializing in multichannel communications and commerce , have today announced the signing of a joint venture to form an independent wireless research center in Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, the re(Added: Wed May 16 2001)

DERWENT SEEKS TO EXPAND IN HELENSBURGH CREATING 50 NEW JOBS popular

Helensburgh based Derwent Information is to expand its Scottish operation which opened earlier this year. The company is seeking to recruit around 50 specialist editors in the science and technology sector with particular emphasis upon specialist knowledge of telecommunications and computer engineer(Added: Wed May 09 2001)

ASL Ice Profiler on MBARI AUV popular

ASL Environmental Sciences, Sidney, BC Canada announced that it has received an order from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) for a custom version of its Ice Profiler™ instrument to be mounted on the MBARI AUV. This upward looking sonar device will be used to measure ice draft w(Added: Tue May 08 2001)

Leo - The Smart Chatterbot popular

2001 sees launch of a HAL like Chatterbot by a young Scottish developer. Leo has the ability to converse in any language and learn about subjects from it's user. Leo is the successor to CoLIN, the first chatterbot developed by Alan J. Brown. CoLIN has over 3000 users, an ardent internet fan base (Added: Wed Apr 11 2001)

BPW LIMITED TO OFFER OPTION OF DISC-LOCK SAFETY WHEEL NUTS ON AXLES popular

BPW Limited, a subsidiary of BPW Bergische Achsen KG, Europe’s leading axle and suspension manufacturer, has announced it is to offer Disc-Lock Safety Wheel Nuts as an optional extra on its axles to both the trailer market and aftermarket through its 170 UK distributors. Commenting on the d(Added: Wed Apr 04 2001)

SUMMERHILL SCHOOL - NATIONAL WINNER OF EPSRC SCIENCE RACE 2001 popular

Summerhill School from the West Midlands is the national winner of the Science Race 2001 on-line quiz, which took place in two rounds on March 16 and 23. The 11-16 year old Summerhill students raced against the clock to answer 20 science questions, just winning the second round against stiff compet(Added: Fri Mar 30 2001)

"THE WORLD'S LARGEST ESP EXPERIMENT” RESULTS IN PSYCHIC WAR popular

"THE WORLD'S LARGEST ESP EXPERIMENT” RESULTS IN PSYCHIC WAR A psychical investigator has accused academic and magician, Richard Wiseman, of actions likely to mislead the press and public about ESP, most recently in his “World’s Largest ESP Experiment Ever”. The accusations are made by Mick(Added: Sun Mar 25 2001)

RECORD NUMBER OF SCHOOLS ATTEMPT TRIAL FOR SCIENCE RACE 2001 popular

News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html Science Race web site is at www.epsrc-sciencerace.net 12 March 2001 RECORD NUMBER OF SCHOOLS ATTEMPT TRIAL FOR SCIENCE RACE 2001 A record number of schools took part last Friday in the ’dummy run’ for this yearR(Added: Tue Mar 13 2001)

BBC TOMORROW'S WORLD TAKES UP SCIENCE CHALLENGE AGAINST NATION'S SCHOOL CHILDREN popular

The EPSRC Science Race 2001 web site: www.epsrc-sciencerace.net News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 6 March 2001 BBC Tomorrow’s World has taken up a challenge against school children all over the UK. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (E(Added: Tue Mar 06 2001)

THE FUTURE'S CYBER - ON-LINE RACE TO CAPTURE NEXT GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS popular

The EPSRC Science Race 2001 web site: www.epsrc-sciencerace.net News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 28 February 2001 The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) today announced the launch of its Science Race programme for schools. Internationa(Added: Wed Feb 28 2001)

ADD BACK FLAVOUR FOR PREMIUM OJ popular

Flavour ingredients specialist Treatt plc is helping users of frozen concentrated orange juice (FCOJ) in their fight to retain customers and market share in the fiercely competitive orange juice market. Using Treatt’s innovative range of natural juice add back systems, derived solely from orange, a(Added: Thu Feb 22 2001)

A new canal for a new Trust popular

Embargo:00.01am Thursday 7 December 2000 A new canal for a new Trust On the day that work starts on England’s newest canal, one of the UK’s youngest charities, The Waterways Trust, unveils its ambitions and reviews its achievements at its first Annual Meeting (Thursday 7 December at The Museum o(Added: Tue Dec 05 2000)

PLANS FOR MDT 2001 ARE UNVEILED popular

22nd November 2000 PLANS FOR MDT 2001 ARE UNVEILED One of the UK¡¦s most successful inventors, Trevor Baylis OBE, creator of the clockwork radio, will explain what makes a good inventor, during day one of the Medical Device Technology 2001 European Conference which is being held at NEC, Birmingham, (Added: Mon Nov 27 2000)

ACADEMIA & INDUSTRY WORKING TOGETHER TO FIGHT CANCER

Two of the most influential UK bodies within clinical research are joining forces to host an event to help fight cancer. The Institute of Clinical Research and BODMA (British Oncology Data Management Association) will be uniting on 6 February 2001 at Royal College of Pathologists, London to discuss(Added: Fri Nov 24 2000)

Pharma Technology - The Institute of Clinical Research popular

The only UK exhibition showcasing new technology for the clinical research industry, Pharma Technology, will take place on 17 January 2001 between 10.00–17.00 at the Commonwealth Conference & Events Centre, London. The exhibition provides a one-stop shop for clinical research professionals giving (Added: Fri Nov 24 2000)

ScienceMedCentral.com: the Internet's new source for scientific knowledge popular

FOR RELEASE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2000 ScienceMedCentral.com: the Internet's new source for scientific knowledge LONDON, SEPT 12 - ScienceMedCentral.com, a publisher of free-access peer-reviewed scientific information in science and medicine announced that it is commencing operations today. Scienc(Added: Mon Sep 11 2000)

Web Sites Are Ready for Mars Lander

By MATTHEW FORDAHL AP Science Writer PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - Pictures, weather reports, science data and even sound clips from Mars will soon be just a mouse click away. Virtual tourists will be able to access the sights and sounds of the Red Planet beginning on Friday, when NASA's Polar Lander b(Added: Fri Dec 03 1999)
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