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Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Health: Michelle D'Heureux
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Bayer: sales and EBIT at record levels
Bayer takes legal action in relation to its oral contraceptive
Bayer Pharma AG and Bayer Australia Limited instituted Federal Court proceedings yesterday against Lupin Australia Pty Limited and Generic Health Pty Ltd alleging infringement of the Bayer Australian Patent No. 780330 (pharmaceutical combination of ethinylestradiol and drospirenone for use as a contraceptive) covering YasminÂ® and YazÂ®.
Amolin Sensitive Laundry Liquid
Due to market pressures, Bayer has not been able to sustain the supply of Amolin Sensitive Laundry Liquid and unfortunately have had to make the decision to discontinue it.
We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this may cause some of you, and thank you for your past loyal support for the product.
Bayer and UNEP honour winners of International Children's Painting Competition on the Environment
13-year-old winner from the Philippines urges global community to increase environmental protection efforts / 4 million pictures from 99 countries / Launch of the new painting competition with the theme: â€œGreen Communitiesâ€ / UNEP boss Steiner: â€œResponsible young people are the United Nations' most valuable assetâ€ More
Sustainability in focus
Monheim - Scientists from prestigious research institutes met last week with representatives from Bayer CropScience at an experience-sharing event held at the German Climate-KIC Center in Berlin. Scientists from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia's national research body, attended the event alongside representatives from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and the German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ). More
Environmental scholarships giving students a boost in competitive market
The job market looks healthy for school leavers and tertiary students studying environmental science, with employment to 2015-16 expected to grow very strongly, according to the latest national statistics. The forecast growth is based on a rapid expansion of the industry, which has seen a 42% increase in environmental science jobs over the five years to May 2010 â€“ compared to just 11% for all occupations. More
Families clash on climate change
AUSTRALIAN kids are clashing with their parents on the importance of climate change, a new survey has found. The debate on pricing carbon and protecting the environment may reach parliament house next week but new research shows the environmental debate is also running hot in homes around the country. More
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