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Medigene AG announces key Management Changes
Medigene AG /Medigene AG announces key Management Changes. Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Ericsson drives 5GEx project to unify 5G infrastructure service market
5GEx to enable unified European 5G infrastructure service market that integrates multiple operators and technologies Ericsson to drive project in cooperation with industry partners Ericsson committed to a number of 5G research initiatives, including 5G for Europe and METIS II Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) today announces the launch of the 5G Exchange (5GEx) project

Franklin Templeton Expands Retirement Solutions Portfolio Management Team
Franklin Templeton Investments today announced that James Macey, CFA(1), has joined the Franklin Templeton Solutions team in a new role as a senior vice president and portfolio manager with a focus on retirement solutions.

Antitrust Partner Oliver Heinisch Joins Sheppard Mullin London
Oliver Heinisch has joined Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP as a partner in the firm's Antitrust and Competition practice group, based in the firm's London office. Heinisch joins from Simmons & Simmons LLP.

Actelion creates Vaxxilon together with the Max Planck Society
Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd /Actelion creates Vaxxilon together with the Max Planck Society . Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Leading Universities Worldwide Join OSVR
Organizers of the Open Source Virtual Reality, a software platform designed to set an open standard for virtual reality input devices, today announced more than 20 research institutions are joining the OSVR development community as part of the OSVR™ Academia program.

Smoke-Free Alternatives Trade Association (SFATA) Comments on Bill S. 2581 to Prevent Accidental Ingestion of E-Liquid
SFATA, the largest trade group dedicated to advocacy, awareness and education in the vapor products industry, favors a national standard for child-resistant packaging for all vapor products such as electronic cigarettes to avoid the possibility of accidental ingestion of e-liquids containing nicotine.

Global Clusters of Innovation: New Book by Leading Experts Examines Growth of Innovation Hot Spots That Power the Global Economy
Global Clusters of Innovation, released in the UK today by Edward Elgar Publishing, takes a new tack in examining the growth of our global innovation economy -- gathering together an international team of experts to examine the reasons for growth in their home areas.

United Fiber & Data Appoints Leadership Team
United Fiber & Data, LLC ("UFD"), a leading telecommunications firm, has engaged the executive management services of former Vonage President Michael Tribolet as Acting Chief Executive Officer. Joining Mr. Tribolet are Acting CFO Brian Mass and business development advisor Charles Gaspari, Esq

Tute Genomics Biomarker Discovery Platform to Support Brigham Young University's Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Research
PROVO, UT--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Tute Genomics today announced that its genome annotation and discovery platform will support Brigham Young University's (BYU) efforts to advance Alzheimer's disease genetics research

VapeRev Execs Respond to the Santa Monica City Council's Unanimous Approval of the Drafting of an Ordinance to Regulate the Use of Vaporizers and E-Cigarettes
On June 24, the Santa Monica City Council unanimously approved the drafting of an ordinance to regulate the use of vaporizers -- commonly referred to as electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes.

Smoke-Free Alternatives Trade Association (SFATA) Urges Fact-Based Dialogue at June 18 Senate Committee Hearing on E-Cigarette and Vapor Products Marketing
The Smoke-Free Alternatives Trade Association (SFATA) urges that the upcoming hearings held by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation examine the vapor industry as a whole. SFATA looks for the Committee to involve the many category players who are responsible marketers informing adult smokers of the available alternatives to combustible cigarettes.

Warner Music Group Elects Three New Directors
Warner Music Group Corp. (WMG) today announced the election of three new directors: Mathias Döpfner, Chairman and CEO of Axel Springer SE; Noreena Hertz, noted economist, strategist, and author; and Oliver Slipper, Joint CEO of Perform Group PLC. With these appointments, the WMG Board increases from eight to 11 members.

2013 Knovel University Challenge Winners Announced
The results from the Eighth Annual Knovel University Challenge are in, and they represent the growing international presence of Knovel at academic institutions. The top 10 universities with the highest participation in the 2013 Challenge hailed from the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Turkey and China. There was also an increase in participation from U.K

Join the F1000Journal Club-New Tools for Discussing and Organizing Research Articles
Scientists and clinicians can spend hours each month critically evaluating published research as part of their training and teaching, but valuable discussions about what makes a good or bad paper are often lost forever. F1000Journal Clubs (http://f1000

Allen Institute for Brain Science Partners with imec for the Development of Powerful Next-Generation Tools for Neuroscience Research
The Allen Institute for Brain Science announced today that it contracted with imec, a nanoelectronics research center, to develop and manufacture a state-of-the-art sensor array for recording neural activity in animal brains

Rosetta Genomics Reports First Payment From the UK's National Health Service for the Rosetta Cancer Origin Test(TM)
Rosetta Genomics Ltd. (NASDAQ: ROSG), a leading developer and provider of microRNA-based molecular diagnostics, announces that the National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom (UK), the world's largest publicly-funded health service, has made its first payment to the Company for use of the Rosetta Cancer Origin Test™ on a British citizen

Elemica Showcases New Supply Chain Operating Network at Recent inSIGHT 2013 European Conference
Elemica, the leading Supply Chain Operating Network provider for the process industries, announces that their recent European Conference inSIGHT 2013 in Wiesbaden, Germany, garnered rave reviews from attending industry executives, primarily due to the broad mix of valuable presentations given and the showcasing of Elemica's entirely new QuickLink Network platform

Workforce Magazine Honors Hogan Assessments' Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic as a 2013 Game Changer
Hogan Assessment Systems today announced that the company's vice president of research and innovation, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, has been selected by Workforce Management as a 2013 Game Changer. Chamorro-Premuzic and the other Game Changers will be profiled in the August issue of Workforce Management as well as on the publication's website.

PolyU Announces Final Results of Global Student Challenge 2013
Organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), PolyU Innovation and Entrepreneurship Global Student Challenge (GSC) 2013 has come to a fruitful close. After rounds of keen competition, the Gold Award of the University Division went to University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. As for the Secondary School Division, Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, South Korea snatched the Gold Award

Almost a Quarter of Jurors Confused About Rule on Internet Use During a Trial, According to New Research Published in Criminal Law Review
Researchers from University College London urge Law Commission to adopt findings to avoid a "perfect storm" of juror contempt

GrammaTech Provides Static-Analysis Technology to Universities Under Expanded Academic Program
GrammaTech, Inc., a leading manufacturer of software-analysis tools, today announced the expansion of its no-cost academic program to include CodeSonar®. The tool can now be used in academic research and teaching.

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Joins Hogan Assessments as Vice President of Research and Innovation
Hogan Assessment Systems announced today that Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic joined the company as its vice president of research and innovation. In this role, he will work to ensure that Hogan remains on the cutting edge of the personality assessment industry by directing new product research and driving continuous innovation.

Sarepta Therapeutics Enters Into Collaboration for the Development of Additional Exon-Skipping Product for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Sarepta Therapeutics (NASDAQ: SRPT), a developer of innovative RNA-based therapeutics, announced today a collaboration for the development of an additional exon-skipping drug targeting exon 53, its fourth drug in development, in support of Sarepta's broad-based program for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)

Two New Publications on Tackling Urban Challenges Launched at the World Cities Summit 2012
Two new publications aimed at helping urban leaders identify practical solutions and share good practices to create liveable and sustainable cities, were launched by the Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore (CLC) at the World Cities Summit 2012 today

CytoSorbents Appoints Dr. Christian Steiner as VP of Sales and Marketing and Hires Core Sales Force That Marks the Official Launch of CytoSorb(R) in Germany
CytoSorbents Corporation (OTCBB: CTSO), a critical care-focused company using blood purification to modulate the immune system and prevent or treat organ failure caused by life-threatening illnesses, announced that it has officially appointed Dr

Britain's crackdown on immigration to damage economy, say university heads
Britain's crackdown on immigration will risk deterring legitimate foreign students, which will lead to a loss of billions of pounds to the country, universities have said.

Kronos is the Clear Leader in Global Workforce Management
Best Buy in Mexico; CBS Interactive in China; Copa Airlines in Latin America; Genpact in India, Philippines, and U.S.; New Look in the U.K

Tube map of lifespans of Londoners released
Entitled 'Lives on the Lines', the tube map links points to life expectancies of children born near to a tube stations

Promotion at work 'may be key to avoiding heart disease'
Promotion at the workplace, which is generally accepted as good news for one's wallet, is beneficial for health as well, a new study has revealed.

Looks matter more than reputation when trusting people with money
Researchers say our decisions to trust people with our money are based more on how they look than how they behave.

Why fake laugh at bad joke won't fool anyone
Those who have almost perfected the art of fake laughter over the years may have wasted their time, as a new study has found that even the most realistic efforts to feign amusement does not fool any one.

Cambridge tops Guardian University Guide league table again
Cambridge has topped the Guardian University Guide league table for the second consecutive year, while Oxford came second and the London School of Economics clinched third place.

Now, math formula to help tennis players hit 'perfect' serves
A maths professor has created an equation that he claims will guarantee the perfect tennis serve, first time and every time.

Stonehenge was actually built to mark unification of Britain
After 10 years of archaeological investigations, a team of researchers from different universities has concluded that Stonehenge was built as a monument to unify the peoples of Britain, after a long period of conflict and regional difference between eastern and western Britain.

Older pedestrians 'unable to cross road in time'
In a new study, researchers have compared the walking speed of the older population in the UK, aged 65 and above, with the speed required to use a pedestrian crossing.

Now, signal-boosting umbrella to charge your cellphone
Vodafone has created an umbrella that boosts your signal, charges your handset and can even keep you dry during the traditionally aqueous British summer.

Structure of bacterial chainmail coat revealed
An international team of scientists has for the first time uncovered the structure of the protective protein coat, which surrounds many bacteria like a miniature suit of armour.

Southampton Varsity study takes novel approach to transform cities to low carbon pathways
Researchers at the University of Southampton are embarking on a low carbon engineering project that could transform the way cities are built, as well as the way we live in them. The work will provide pathways of new engineering and social solutions that test acceptability and coherence for low carbon living.

New website encourages smokers to kick the butt
A new interactive smoking cessation website has been designed to appeal across the social spectrum to give up the habit of smoking.

Climate change 'wiped out ancient Indus civilization'
Washington, May 29: The mysterious fall of one of the world's first, great urban civilizations almost 4,000 years ago in what is now India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh now seems to have a key culprit - ancient climate change, researchers say.

Massive black holes shut down star formation in distant galaxies
Using the European Space Agency's (ESA) Herschel Space Observatory, astronomers have shown that the number of stars that form during the early lives of galaxies may be influenced by the massive black holes at their hearts.

Kids of over 40 mums 'healthier and brighter'
Children born to mothers over 40 are less likely to have accidents or need hospital care and more likely to have been vaccinated early, as compared to those of younger women, a study has found.

REGENX BioSciences Highlights Gene Therapy Advances in the Prevention and Treatment of HIV and Hemophilia B Using NAV(TM) rAAV8 Vectors

Prostate HistoScanning(TM): Clinical performance confirmed
The final results of the open phase of the Prostate HistoScanning(TM) European multi-centre clinical study are published. The authors conclude that: "...Prostate HistoScanning(TM) has the potential to benefit the prostate cancer detection and staging pathway with increased cancer detection and tumour localisation...".

Detox diets' 'health boost' claims unfounded, says expert
A leading scientist has rubbished claims that so-called "detox" diets can boost health and cleanse the body of chemicals.

'Lock and key' that allow HIV to enter cell's nucleus discovered
Scientists have unearthed the 'lock and key' that facilitates HIV to enter cell's nucleus, disable the immune system and cause AIDS.

Novel gene therapy cuts painful bleeding of inherited blood disorder
Scientists involving one of an Indian origin have found that a single treatment with a newly developed gene therapy significantly improved symptoms of bleeding disorder hemophilia B in adults.

Abused kids 'have brains of combat soldiers'
Children who are abused or are exposed to domestic violence show the same pattern of brain activity as soldiers exposed to combat, a new study has revealed.

Coming soon, 'supercomputers' that can predict the future
The European Union is all set to fund a 900 million-pound scheme to produce a computer system that could predict spread of diseases and impending financial meltdowns.

How we see family resemblance in faces
A new study has shed light on our ability to identify members of a family from facial structures.

Physical fitness key to keeping your eyes healthy
Maintaining an active lifestyle could be a new way to keep our eyes healthy and reduce glaucoma risk, a new study has suggested.

UK Muslim medical students boycotting lectures on evolution saying it 'clashes with Koran'
A growing number of Muslim students in one of Britain's leading medical Universities are boycotting lectures on evolution claiming it conflicts with creationist ideas established in the Koran.

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