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Bayer proposes increased dividend for 2013 of EUR 2.10 per share
Breeding a better future for Aussie agriculture
Bayer CropScience today opened its Wheat & Oilseeds Breeding Centre near Horsham, Victoria confirming an essential partnership between science and agriculture for the future success of our farmers.
The state-of-the-art breeding centre is the first of its kind in this country and will focus on developing wheat and oilseeds varieties with higher yields and productivity improvements specifically for Australian agriculture.
Innovations for more quality of life
Key issues in medicine, agriculture and materials: companion diagnostics in cancer therapy, biological crop protection and efficient wind power generation / Research as a digital experience: research app with videos, image galleries, 3D animations and infographics / Attractive service for educators: learning materials for the iPad and new infographic database More
Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award: EUR 30,000 for international research scientists
The winners of the Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award 2013 have been announced. The prizes, each worth EUR 10,000, have been awarded by an independent scientific committee of the Bayer Science & Education Foundation. The Bayer foundation presents for the fifth time the international Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award to excellent young scientists in the early stages of their academic career More
Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers calls for greater appreciation of innovation
Leverkusen, November 19, 2013 – Advances in cancer therapy are expected in the next years thanks in particular to treatment using antibody-drug conjugates and multi-kinase inhibitors. This is the finding from a TNS Emnid survey of medical experts at the “Science For A Better Life” symposium organized by Bayer. This event saw 380 scientists from 14 countries come together at the Bayer Kasino in Leverkusen in November. Participants included biologists, chemists, agricultural scientists, medical experts and physicists from some 60 universities and research institutes and 15 Bayer research sites.
Science Education Essential To Addressing Future Challenges
Reports are surfacing of a national shortage of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) skills among school leavers with concern being voiced for the future of scientific discovery and innovation. This was the topic at the launch of Bayer’s ‘Science For A Better Life’ exhibition at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney on Tuesday night. More
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