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Trojan Battery Company, which has its headquarters in the USA, has appointed Mat Segal as senior vice president of global business development. Segal will be responsible for managing the business's international sales growth.
"Under Mat's leadership Trojan will continue implementing the company's strategy to expand its international markets and
European innovation policies lack the 'creative destruction' widely accepted in the US, raising barriers for businesses seeking to find new ideas and applications, according to a report compiled by the Centre for European Reform, a British think-tank.
In the report, entitled 'Innovation: how Europe can take off', a series of academics give their
More people would rather do without a flushing toilet than be deprived of access to Facebook, according to a survey.
And an internet connection is also rated above clean drinking water by most of us.
One Poll on behalf of the London Science Museum asked 3,000 UK adults to name the one thing they could not live without. Top of the list was
Cleaning and hygiene solutions supplier Diversey has launched its Are You Ready? campaign, which aims to promote personal hygiene and surface disinfection in order to prepare for the seasonal onset of illnesses like influenza and Norovirus.
The campaign includes information, resources and Diversey products. The company says the peak incidence
The European Commission is planning to review the controversial REACH regulation, which for the first time required chemical manufacturers to justify that their products are safe for consumers.
Five years after its adoption, this is a potential "can of worms," according to EU officials.
From the moment it was tabled until its eventual adoption
Educating school children about proper hand washing may have an effect on reducing school absences, according to a study.
The research, carried out in Denmark, reveals that pupils are less likely to miss school if hand washing is included in their daily classroom routine.
The study was carried out over a period of three months and involved 324