Month: June 2013

Increased TeXtreme® presence in the US

Oxeon Inc. is expanding its business towards the North American market and has added two more resources to the sales team. The sales persons will help develop new applications and educate the North American market about TeXtreme® Spread Tow reinforcements and its unique performance and weight saving benefits. Mark Shioleno, Sales Manager Aerospace – North …

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Complex activity patterns emerge from simple underlying laws

A new study from researchers at Uppsala University and University of Havana uses mathematic modeling and experiments on ants to show that a group is capable of developing flexible resource management strategies and characteristic responses of its own. The results are now published in Physical Review Letters. Group-living animals are led to regulate their activity …

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Accessorize Your Galaxy S4 Mini in Time!

Samsung Galaxy S4 mini is waiting just around the corner and is expected to come to market within the next few weeks. S4 mini is – as the name suggests – a natural smaller version of S4, which is not quite as loaded with features. To give a few examples of the differences between the …

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Bury Parish Church in Photographs

A photographic exhibition celebrating the interior of Bury Parish Church is now on show at the town’s Tourist Information Centre. St Mary’s was built in the 1870s, and these images give a ‘bird’s eye view’ of its stunning mosaic floors and some of the 150 carved stone and wooden heads inside, as well as the …

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Revision of Statement of Community Involvement

East Staffordshire Borough Council has revised its Statement of Community Involvement as part of itsongoing work supporting the preparation of the new Local Plan and in reaction to new legislation such as the Localism Act 2011. The Statement of Community Involvement covers the whole of the Borough and sets out the Council’s approach in how …

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Knitters need your wool

Bury Library’s Knitting Group urgently needs donations of wool so it can continue to raise money for charity. The group meets every Monday (1-3pm) and sells its knitted items in aid of local good causes such as the Christie. Donations can be dropped off at Bury Library during normal opening hours, or telephone 0161 253 …

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Fisticuffs with knockout winnings!

Fisticuffs is a new slot, produced by Net Entertainment, which takes you back to the boxing arena in the early 1900’s. Boxing at this time was for gentlemen with bells ringing and punches flying through the air. When the lights go on and activate The Boxing Feature, symbols between the two boxers is turning into …

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BPaaS market set to increase at a CAGR of 46%

The Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 46% over the next five years, increasing from a total value of approximately $1.1 billion at the start of 2013, to hit a value of $7.12 billion by 2018. Business process as a service …

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Dutch designer apparel market driven by growth in online retailing

Value sales within the Dutch designer apparel decreased in 2012. Demand for luxury products in general suffered as the Dutch economy started to show signs of recession in 2011, with undermined consumer confidence directly impacting sales of apparel products. Despite a positive attitude towards branded luxury products, more Dutch people restricted purchases or looked for …

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UK sports drinks market led by Lucozade and Red Bull

Growth within the UK sports drinks market slowed, from 8% in 2011 to 3% in 2012. The key determinant of performance was thus price movements, with a slight decline in 2012 following a stronger rise of 4% in 2011. Low-cost alternatives had a significant impact on the category in 2012, prompting a unit price decline …

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Link shown between Crohn’s disease and virus

A new study reveals that all children with Crohn’s disease that were examined had a commonly occurring virus – an enterovirus – in their intestines. This link has previously not been shown for this chronic inflammatory intestinal disorder. The findings are being published today in the latest issue of the international journal Clinical and Translational …

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Polypropylene market to increase at a CAGR of 4.5% to 2020

Demand within the polypropylene market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5% over the next nine years, rising from a total of 42.3 million tons in 2011, to reach 62.4 million tons by 2020. Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging …

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#FindYulia coffee cups to help find missing Edinburgh student

News release – photos of cups here Edinburgh, 25th June 2013 Cappuccino Ads launch #FindYulia eco cups to help find missing Edinburgh student Edinburgh advertising enterprise Cappuccino Ads are distributing thousands of #FindYulia cups to independent cafes across the capital to help find missing student Yulia Solodyankina. The face of the missing student and contact …

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