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Eseye announces launch of HERA600 series of integrated services routers

Guildford, UK - May 15th, 2013. Leading M2M solutions provider Eseye today launches the HERA600 series, its range of high-performance integrated service routers. In its first product launch since it acquired hardware specialist Dataflex Design Communications Ltd, Eseye is launching its hotly anticipated range of dual SIM, 3G and Wi-Fi M2M-grade routers, the HERA600 series. The HERA range is the perfect cellular data connectivity solution for sensor technology.

Global regulatory affairs specialist ELC Group receives accreditation to provide readability testing in Romania

Cambridge, UK, 23rd April, 2013 – ELC GROUP, one of the fastest-growing providers of regulatory affairs consulting services, today announces that the National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices (NAMMD) has issued ELC Group with accreditation to conduct Readability Testing in Romania. ELC Group is one of only three companies currently authorised to test patient information leaflet (PIL) readability for products targeting the Romanian market.
A European Directive which came into force in 2005 requires marketing authorisation holders of medicines to have all patient information leaflets for their products readability tested, ensuring that product information is legible, clear and easy to use.

Women take centre stage at ground breaking healthcare conference

April 17th, 2013. Over 50% of the speakers are prominent females in the scientific healthcare field at the ‘World Research and Innovation Congress – Pioneers in Healthcare’ event, Steigenberger Grandhotel, Brussels, 5 and 6 June, 2013.
Despite playing a significant role in science and healthcare throughout the ages, women globally are under-represented in this sector. A recent article in Nature magazine explains that there is still a scientific ‘gender gap’ with women continuing to face discrimination including disparities in pay and funding. (Helen Shen, 6/3/13)
Professor Anne Glover, Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission, is the keynote speaker on the session Women in Science, addressing some of the key challenges in attracting women to this sector. Professor Glover will be joined by Professor Teresa Lago, Universidade do Porto, Portugal, founding member of the ERC Scientific Council and former Chair of the ERC gender balance working group.

Isansys Lifecare announces next-stage funding to speed in-hospital wireless patient monitoring to whole patient populations

Abingdon, United Kingdom, April 9th 2013 – Isansys Lifecare Limited, the provider of complete real-time physiological patient data services and systems, today announces that it has closed a major funding round with Isle of Man investors and has been awarded a grant from the Technology Strategy Board’s Smart awards programme. The funds will accelerate the roll-out timetable into UK hospitals of the company’s CE-marked clinical surveillance and early warning platform – the Patient Status Engine – and enable its use to be extended across the entire patient population, from paediatric through to adult and geriatric care.

Our range of cabin platform lifts has just got bigger Stannah adds to their family of platform lifts

9th April, 2013 Our NEW Stannah Midilift SLplus is a top-of-the-range version of our original hydraulically driven part-enclosed Midilift SL, but with the addition of a full height cabin. We haven’t lost any of the platform space as light rays and safety beams, around the entrance, protect the traveller without restricting the floor area. It’s easy to install in its own structure, needs a very minimal pit of 70mm for level entry or can be supplied with a ramp and requires headroom of just 2500mm. The lift’s drive system is neatly tucked away in a small cabinet that needs very little space.

NoMachine Opens Global Headquarters in Luxembourg

Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg - March 7th, 2013. NoMachine, a leading provider of remote access and hosted desktop delivery solutions for Linux and other platforms, announced that it has established its new headquarters in Luxembourg, with further offices planned for Riga and Poland.
The new headquarters will be a strategic centre for NoMachine and will have a central role in supporting its international growth. This is the latest opening of a number of new sites as NoMachine establishes itself across Europe. An R&D site in Georgia was opened in January 2012 with the aim of expanding development activities in Tbilisi.

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