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BRAND Liquid Handling Products from BrandTech® Scientific, Inc.

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BrandTech® Scientific featuring BRAND Liquid Handling Products at AACC 2016

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Study Finds E-Cigarette Nicotine Labels Not Always Accurate

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A study by researchers at North Dakota State University, Fargo, found that 51 percent of labels on e-cigarette liquid nicotine containers from 16 North Dakota stores don’t accurately reflect the levels of nicotine found in the products. In one instance, actual nicotine levels were 172 percent higher than labeled. The majority of e-cigarette liquid containers also did not provide child-resistant packaging.

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Pipette Tips and Pipettes – an Infallible System?

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Many times experimental data was not reproducible even though all variables within the experimental procedure stood up to scrutiny. But was this really the case?

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The New Eppendorf Tubes® 5.0 mL with Screw Cap

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The introduction of this new screw cap container represents the latest significant innovation within the Eppendorf Tubes® 5.0 mL system.

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Behavioral Scientists Help Ontario Save Money Through More Online License Plate Renewals

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Toronto - As tedious as waiting in a government services line-up can be, that's what most people do, despite having the option of getting their business done online.

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Your Diet Plan Isn’t Working? New Baylor Research Explains Why

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Dieters tend to adopt the wrong strategies, often planning to ditch their favorite foods and replace them with less-desirable options, according to new research from Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. Conversely, successful dieters focus on adding healthy foods – foods that they actually like.

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Not All ‘Front-of-Package’ Nutrition Information Produces the Same Effect

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Marketing researchers at the University of Arkansas compared different types of front-of-package nutrition information labels and found that a "one-size-fits-all" label is not suitable for all shopping scenarios.

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Why America Is Going "Ape" for Tarzan - Again

The Tarzan legend was created more than 100 years ago, yet audiences worldwide are still drawn to the iconic literary legend. University of Louisville Tarzan archivist explains the lasting appeal of the "ape man."

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Growing Customer Power Requires a Strategic Sales Response

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The book addresses how sales can help organisations to become more customer oriented and considers how they are responding to challenges such as increasing competition, more demanding customers and a more complex selling environment.

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Decision to Ban Unrealistic Body Images Has Merit, but Presents Challenges

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A public health measure and a slippery slope. That's how Iowa State University experts describe the decision by London's mayor to ban ads with "unrealistic body images" from the city's public transit system.

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Computer Sketches Set to Make Online Shopping Much Easier

A computer program that recognises sketches pioneered by scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) could help consumers shop more efficiently.

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SR Scales Expands Their Medical Scales Line of Products for Hospitals and Healthcare Centers

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SR Instruments, a leading manufacturer of purpose-built scales for hospitals, medical facilities, and long-term care centers, today announced the availability of their newest addition, the SR411i Patient Floor Scale, to their product lineup. The SR411i Patient Floor Scale is a sleek, innovative scale that provides years of reliable service and accurate weight data. Designed for effortless patient standing comfort, the low profile and ultra-wide scale is ideal for surgical centers, telehealth applications, and other healthcare facilities where a basic, reliable weighing solution is needed.

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Johns Hopkins Study Offers Method for Measuring Appeal of Commercial Products

A Johns Hopkins University business professor offers a computational model that measures consumer choices in terms not only of price and usefulness but also of network effects. The new study’s findings could be valuable to manufacturers and retailers seeking to boost sales and market shares.

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PLOS Medicine Policy Forum: Direct-to-Consumer Marketing to People with Hemophilia

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The manner in which pharmaceutical companies market their products to people who have hemophilia appears unprecedented and direct-to-consumer marketing should be examined by regulators, say researchers who reviewed documents, including consumer-oriented materials, produced by the makers of hemophilia treatment products.

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Apparel Causes Additional Barriers for People Living with Disabilities

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The U.S. clothing industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, but for the millions of Americans with disabilities and their families, a lack of options in the apparel industry presents daily challenges. Now researchers from the University of Missouri are looking at the relationship between apparel and marginalization for people with disabilities. Allison Kabel, assistant professor of health sciences in the School of Health Professions, found that the lack of adequate, accessible apparel created barriers for people with disabilities from engaging in their communities. She identified the need for innovation in design, production, distribution and sale of adaptive clothing. The U.S. clothing industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, but for the millions of Americans with disabilities and their families, a lack of options in the apparel industry presents daily challenges. Now researchers from the University of Missouri are looking at the relationship between apparel and marginalization

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Creation Generation: Recent UC Davis Graduates Strike Out With Their Own Mobile Apps

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These days, the smartphone is never far from reach. For a few UC Davis alumni, that’s good for business.

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UCLA Anderson Forecast: Slow, Steady Growth to Continue

UCLA Anderson Forecast’s second quarterly report in 2016 for the United States calls for continued slow but steady GDP growth in the two percent range. As forecast in the spring report, national economic growth will be driven by increases in consumer spending and housing, along with an end to the inventory correction currently underway.

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Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Launches New Advertising Campaign: “All, for Your One”

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Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago – one of the top children’s hospitals in the country - is announcing a new advertising campaign that stresses “All, for your one” – the hospital’s promise to families to give its “all” for each and every child.

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Got One Minute? ‘Shark Tank’ to Hear Pitches at University of Chicago Booth School of Business June 14

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business will host a casting call for the ABC TV Show “Shark Tank” at the school’s Hyde Park campus on Tuesday, June 14. It is the first time the reality show has come to the university in search of contestants.