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COPD: New Data Support Role of Spiolto® Respimat® as 1st-line Maintenance Therapy and Show Superiority over LABA/ICS
Business Wire IndiaBoehringer Ingelheim announced new data from two trials presented at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress 2015

The British Council Launches Education UK Alumni Awards 2016
Business Wire IndiaRt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Rob Lynes, Director, British Council India launched the Education UK Alumni Awards 2016 in New Delhi today

New data show Spiolto Respimat provides meaningful quality of life improvements in COPD
Business Wire IndiaBoehringer Ingelheim today announced the publication of new data from the Phase IIIb OTEMTO® 1&2 trials (NCT01964352/NCT02006732), which show Spiolto® Respimat® (tiotropium/olodaterol) provides consistent, clinically meaningful improvements in quality of life versus placebo in patients with COPD*

The French Embassy, Apollo Hospitals and Public Health Foundation of India Organize a Collaborative Workshop on Climate Changes and Women Health

Stanford, MIT and Harvard top the inaugural Reuters Top 100 ranking of the most innovative universities
NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 - Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University top the inaugural Reuters Top 100 ranking of the world's most innovative universities. The Reuters Top 100 ranking aims to identify which institutions contribute the most to science and technology, and have the greatest impact on the global economy

GSK and Theravance Announce Results From the SUMMIT COPD CV Survival Study
GlaxoSmithKline plc (LSE: GSK) (NYSE: GSK) and Theravance, Inc. (NASDAQ: THRX) today announced initial results from the Study to Understand Mortality and MorbidITy in COPD (SUMMIT) for Relvar®/Breo® Ellipta® 100/25mcg (fluticasone furoate 'FF'/vilanterol 'VI' or 'FF/VI')

Basilea reports 2015 half-year results - Major milestones achieved for CRESEMBA® and Zevtera®
Basilea Pharmaceutica AG /Basilea reports 2015 half-year results - Major milestones achieved for CRESEMBA® and Zevtera® . Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

JetBlue Appoints Steve Priest Vice President, Structural Programs
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - August 10, 2015) - JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU), New York's Hometown Airline™ today announced the appointment of Steve Priest to the role of Vice President, Structural Programs. Priest joins JetBlue effective today and will report to JetBlue's Chief Financial Officer, Mark Powers.

Basilea reports start of first-in-human phase 1 oncology study with oral panRAF kinase inhibitor
Basilea Pharmaceutica AG /Basilea reports start of first-in-human phase 1 oncology study with oral panRAF kinase inhibitor . Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Basilea in-licenses targeted cancer therapy
Basilea Pharmaceutica AG /Basilea in-licenses targeted cancer therapy. Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

INC Research Further Reinforces Commitment to Clinical Research Sites and Patients through Creation of New Leadership Role
Industry expert Clare Grace to head efforts to build stronger relationships for better engagement with clinical research sites and patients across the globe

3D Pioneer Corporation Expands, Adding a Chief Marketing Officer and Strengthening the Development Team
3D Pioneer Systems, Inc. ("3D Pioneer" or "the Company") (OTCQB: DPSM) (OTCBB: DPSM) today announced the hiring of two additional developers for the Company's Appaloza website and the hiring of a Chief Marketing Officer to strengthen our gaming division.

Euclid Builds Out Leadership Team to Accelerate Next Phase of Growth
Retail analytics company Euclid today announces the addition of three new executives to an already prestigious team. The company has hired a Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), and Senior Vice President (SVP) of worldwide sales to accelerate the next phase of company growth.

UK Online Retailers Upbeat About Sales
Online retailers are more optimistic about the business landscape over the next 12 months than bricks and mortar businesses, according to a survey of UK SMEs by web hosting specialists 34SP.com.

TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION Appoints Robby Qiu Vice President of Development and Acquisitions & Chief Country Executive for Greater China
In a decisive advance of its emerging market development strategy, TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION™ has appointed veteran hotel executive Jie "Robby" Qiu to Vice President of development and acquisitions & chief country executive for Greater China. Qiu takes the helm of the brand's newly opened representative office in Shanghai.

Takeda and Seattle Genetics Highlight Post-Hoc Analysis Examining Progression-free Survival with ADCETRIS® (brentuximab vedotin) Versus Prior Therapy at the International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (TSE:4502) and Seattle Genetics, Inc

ASCO 2013: New Phase III data reveal targeted treatment with afatinib* or with nintedanib* improves progression-free survival in patients with advanced NSCLC
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Singapore Partners with UK in Conference to Advance Skin Research
More than 150 scientists from academia, industry and the clinical community in Singapore and the United Kingdom are gathering at Biopolis this week. They will meet to exchange ideas and discuss the latest cutting-edge skin research on wound healing, skin cancer and stem cell therapy for skin, at the Translational Skin Biology Symposium

The University of Manchester Moves Into the 4th Dimension With Xradia's VersaXRM
Xradia, Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of 3D X-ray microscopes for the lab and synchrotron, announced today that The University of Manchester has purchased the VersaXRM-500 3D X-ray microscope with funding from The Engineering and Physical Science Research Council for use in its advanced imaging laboratory

Integrated Diagnostics(R) Launches Imaging Division to Create PET Imaging Probes
Integrated Diagnostics (InDi®), an emerging leader in molecular diagnostics, today announced that the company has launched a new operating division, InDi Imaging™, that is creating a new generation of PET imaging probes using the company's innovative protein catalyzed capture (PCC) agent technology

ARCADIS IS STRATEGIC ADVISOR CLIMATE POLICY EUROPEAN CITIES
ARCADIS (EURONEXT: ARCAD), the international consultancy, design, engineering and management services company, today announced that it will advise more than 150 European cities on how to deal with the impact of climate change. This will include the development and application of tailor-made climate adaptation strategies on behalf of the European Union

Knovel Expands Academic Customers in EMEA
Queen Mary, University of London, The University of Southampton and The University of the West of England are among a growing number of Universities across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, which over the last six months have added Knovel to their engineering and science reference libraries. Knovel is a Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools.

Johns Manville Names Dr. Timothy Swales Chief Sustainability Officer
Johns Manville (JM) is pleased to announce that Dr. Timothy Swales, vice president of corporate research and development, has assumed the additional role of chief sustainability officer

Obese women likelier to face job discrimination
Women who are obese are more likely to be discriminated against when applying for jobs and receive lower starting salaries than their non-overweight colleagues, according to a new study.

Nude 'boozy' students cause ferry riot
Around 200 drunken students trashed a 180-million-pound ferry as they ran around n*ked and had a mass brawl.

Recreational drugs, tobacco and alcohol pose little impact on male fertility
Lifestyle advice given by doctors to men diagnosed with infertility should be radically overhauled, according to a new study which has suggested that that many common lifestyle risks may not be as important as we previously thought.

Female fat prejudice 'continues even after weight loss'
Overweight women spend months counting calories and running on the treadmill.

Dieting at time of conception may up obesity and diabetes risk of babies
Twins and babies of mothers who diet around the time of conception and in early pregnancy, may be more vulnerable to obesity and type 2 diabetes throughout their lives, a new study has revealed.

Personality change may help improve well-being
People's personalities can change considerably over time, which may contribute to increases in happiness than earning more money, marrying, or gaining employment, a new study has suggested.

Dinosaurs much lighter than previously thought
Scientists have developed a new technique to accurately measure the weight and size of dinosaurs and discovered they are not as heavy as previously thought.

Freud was right! Guilt or self-blame plays key role in depression
Researchers at the University of Manchester have found that the brain scans of people with a history of depression differed in the regions associated with guilt and knowledge of socially acceptable behaviour from individuals who never get depressed.

Discovery of new bacteria 'may lead to antibiotic alternatives'
In a new study, scientists have discovered an Achilles heel within human cells that bacteria are able to exploit for causing and spreading infection.

Orangutans nests reveal their engineering skills
Orangutans show remarkably advanced engineering skills when making nests, researchers have found.

Sandstorms in space discovered
Using new techniques, researchers have explored the atmospheres of distant, dying stars.

Humans know when to move on from one task to another
In a new study, psychologists have disagreed on how good people are at making decisions.

Forget boob job! Invest in push-up bra instead for huge boost in confidence
Researchers have shed light on the impact of enhanced cleavage on women's self esteem asserting that wearing a push-up bra can make them 75 percent more confident.

World's biggest telescope to be shared by South Africa, Australia
The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) telescope, which is to be constructed as the world's biggest and most sensitive radio telescope, will be shared by South Africa and Australia/New Zealand, said the SKA Organization on Friday.

New sub atomic particle can provide vital clues about 'God particle'
Large Hadron Collider has discovered a new sub atomic particle called Chi_b (3P), which can provide vital clues about elusive 'God particle' or Higgs boson.

Perfect drug combos to combat severe diseases come closer to reality
Researchers have found a way of identifying ideal drug combinations, which could help prevent inflammation.

Soon, graphene's 'Big Mac' to replace silicon chips in computers
Scientists who discovered graphene, have for the first time demonstrated how the "Big Mac" - a four-layered structure, could be the key to replacing the silicon chip in computers.

Astronomers crack 'Fried Egg Nebula' in infrared sky
Scientists have for the first time captured images of one of the brightest stars in the infrared sky surrounded by a huge dusty double shell - thanks to the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT).

Ancient Egyptians 'styled their hair with fat-based gel'
Ancient Egyptians styled their hair with a fat-based "gel" to make sure that they look good both in life and death, a new study has found.

Planet made of diamond discovered in space
Astronomers claim that a planet orbiting a small fast spinning star, called a pulsar, is likely made of diamond.

Faster, efficient male birds catch the ladies
A University of Manchester team has found that faster, efficient male birds are more successful at breeding, being able to defend larger territories against rivals, indicating that physiology, and not just physical appearance, plays a role in sexual selection.

TOPICA Names Dr. Amir Tavakkol Senior Vice President of Clinical Development and Operations
TOPICA Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a privately held biotechnology company, today announced that Amir Tavakkol, Ph.D., has joined the company as senior vice president of clinical development and operations. With 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, consumer healthcare and academia, Dr

Vaccine to stop progression of HIV virus comes closer to reality
Scientists have moved a step closer to understanding how one of our body's own proteins helps stop the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) in its tracks, paving the way for new therapeutic approaches to the disease and even vaccine development.

BBC accused of labeling Florence Nightingale 'neurotic, sexually repressed'
A group of nursing academics has accused the BBC of belittling Florence Nightingale by depicting the Lady of the Lamp as a "manipulative, neurotic and sexually repressed woman".

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