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Bayer Donates Medicines Worth USD 3.2 Million for Ebola Victims
Leverkusen. Bayer is making drugs with a market value of USD 3.2 million available to the U.S. aid organization Direct Relief free of charge to treat Ebola patients in Sierra Leone and Liberia. The company is thus boosting its assistance in tackling the epidemic, having already provided immediate relief in the form of medicines and monetary donations worth USD 32,000 to Caritas international directly after the outbreak.
New study suggests Australian women may spend more time researching lifestyle purchases than learning about their contraceptive options
On the eve of World Contraception Day, September 26, 2014, a new online study of over 3,300 Australian women aged 18-45 has revealed that many are giving limited thought to their choice of contraceptive. More
Bayer plans to focus entirely on Life Science businesses
Concentration on HealthCare and CropScience / MaterialScience to be floated on the stock market by 2016 at the latest / Planned separation to benefit both Bayer and MaterialScience / Employment levels are expected to remain stable over the next few years More
Demand for innovative solutions for Sustainable Agriculture drives Bayer CropScience
Bayer CropScience expects market for agricultural inputs to grow to EUR 100 billion despite increasing volatility / Company continues to invest significantly in innovative solutions for continued growth / Long-term innovation program to enhance global wheat productivity / New public dialogue program to foster communication with society about modern agriculture More
Finalists announced - New Zealand Innovators Awards
What do operating tables, honey harvesters, needle free injections, light aircraft tracking systems and a rocket into outer space all have in common? They are all New Zealand Innovations! Finalists were announced today for the 2014 New Zealand Innovators Awards.
Bayer supports people with disabilities
Pennant Hills’ man Greg Druett lives with cerebral palsy and he wants the community to know people with disabilities aren’t that different from anyone else.
That’s why he’s taking part in Northcott’s Western Sydney Walk With Me event on Friday 12 September in Parramatta.
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