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RoodMicrotec N.V. strengthens its Sales & Marketing Team
Zwolle, 14 October 2015 Dr. Christin Gädtke (1984) will join RoodMicrotec as of 1 November 2015 as Sales & Marketing Manager, strengthening our team in Nördlingen (Germany) led by Sales & Marketing Director Dieter Schreiber.

Australia and New Zealand Market Demand on Rise for Talent Management and Saba
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwired - June 22, 2015) - Saba, a global leader in cloud-based intelligent talent management solutions, today released the results of a new survey by Australian HR professionals and an update on the company's market momentum.

AVEW Holdings Inc. Hires Veteran Residential and Custom Home Builder
AVEW Holdings Inc. (OTC PINK: AVEW) today announced it has hired Mr. Tim Smith to lead AVEW's Custom Home Building Division. Mr. Smith is a 24 year veteran in residential and custom home building, and he has been an independent custom home builder in the Austin Metro area for the past 12 years

Publicis Groupe: 2013 Full Year Results
2013 Annual Results2013 Results: A Record Year

Publicis Groupe: Q3 2013 Revenue

Publicis Groupe: 2013 First Half-year results

A*STAR Scientists Decipher Genome Code of a Living Fossil
An enigmatic prehistoric fish has brought scientists at A*STAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) together with researchers from all over the world to crack its genomic code. Findings from the study are providing new insights into the evolutionary history of the African coelacanth (Figure 1)(1) and possible clues as to how aquatic creatures transitioned to life on land

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

Victoria University (Australia) Chooses eXplorance for Surveys, Course Evaluation Needs
Victoria University (Australia), the 8th largest full time post secondary Australian institution, has chosen eXplorance Inc. for administering surveys and course evaluations.

How thinking about wine can help you relax
Positive thinking is so powerful that just the thought of a glass of wine could be enough to help you relax, scientists have claimed.

'Suggestion' much more powerful than thought
The effects of suggestion are wider and often more surprising than many people might otherwise think, say researchers.

Suggestion influences our behavior, for better or worse
The effects of suggestion are wider and often more surprising than many people might otherwise think, say researchers.

Gaming may be a coping mechanism for depression
Researchers are still trying to find the actual link between video games and depression.

Chng Lay Chew Joins SGX as CFO and Exco Member
Singapore Exchange (SGX) has appointed Mr Chng Lay Chew as Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Executive Committee effective 29 December 2011."We are pleased to have Mr Chng join the SGX team

'Growing undercurrent of blatant racism could lead to serious race riots in NZ'
Massive "dark underbelly" racist comments being posted online by New Zealanders is an indication that the country could soon end up facing similar race-motivated and social networking co-ordinated riots that have wracked London and Sydney, if it fails to deal with such issues seriously, researchers have claimed.

Less than one third of children wake up when home smoke alarm sounds
An Australian study has found that when it comes to school-aged children waking up to their home smoke alarm, 78 percent sleep right through, even when the alarm has been sounding for 30 seconds.

Kiwi actor lands lead role in film about Wills-Kate marriage
A little-known New Zealand actor has bagged the lead role in a film about Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage.

Kiwi teacher fighting for career after posing n*ked for Penthouse
A former teacher who appeared n*ked on Australian Penthouse's website is now fighting for her career.

Money does not add to well-being or happiness, finds study
Providing people with freedom and personal autonomy appears to be more important than money in giving them good health and happiness, according to a new research.

Attending work when ill will only worsen condition in long run
Experts have warned that going to work when one is not feeling well will only worsen the condition in the long run.

Roll-your-own smokers more addicted: Study
New research has suggested that people who roll their own cigarettes are more addicted than those who smoke the readymade variety.

Experts say Thorpe's peak years are over
Experts have said that champion Olympian swimmer Ian Thorpe knows that his peak years are all but over, but he still hopes that his best is yet to come.

Oz to review strict student visa program following drastic drop in Indian enrolments
Australia's Tertiary Education Minister Chris Evans has announced that a review of the international student visa program will be conducted following which changes may be carried out to prop up the ailing sector.

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