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  • Joint
  • Their joint efforts have today been rewarded by the prestigious Industry and Technology Prize in the 2017 French National Engineering Awards (GPNI). (egis-group.com)
  • global
  • The report highlights key discussions and the impact from the Summit, which brought together global leaders from science, industry, and policy to discuss how to realize the dream of a healthier future through affordable health technology innovations. (pacifichealthsummit.org)
  • food
  • In the WHO discussions to date, various countries have recommended adding alcohol, food and beverage industries to the tobacco and arms industries as entities with which the WHO will not engage. (bcwebinc.com)
  • The Accommodation and Food Services industry is engaged in providing short-term accommodation for visitors, in providing food and beverage services, such as the preparation and serving of meals and the serving of alcoholic beverages for consumption by customers, both on and off-site. (abs.gov.au)
  • A spectroscopic method in conjunction with shift reagent has been developed.It is a quick, simple method for the analysis and hasdirect application in food industry. (amrita.edu)
  • challenges
  • ENGAGE is committed to a constantly creative approach to fulfil the challenges thrown down by the ITER project: in addition to the technical specificities of the project, the operation's volume and the level of safety and reliability, aligned on the very highest standards, are elements which have led the consortium to develop prolific expertise in all the areas of its engineering mission. (egis-group.com)
  • public health
  • In their letter, the writers note that the corrupting and corrosive impact of the asbestos industry on national and international public health policy will cause more people, particularly in Asia, to die from asbestos-related diseases. (bcwebinc.com)
  • evidence
  • The evidence is clear that it is inappropriate, counter-productive and harmful for the WHO to engage with the asbestos industry or individuals or organisations representing the interests of the asbestos industry. (bcwebinc.com)
  • policy
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) is reviewing its policy on entities with which the WHO will not engage. (bcwebinc.com)
  • At a January 2015 Executive Board meeting on Boundaries: entities with which WHO will not engage , the WHO confirmed its policy not to engage with the tobacco and arms industries . (bcwebinc.com)
  • high
  • From holding a training workshop at a high-profile conference in Israel to running educational events at home in Melbourne, we are engaging with a broad spectrum of people at the Imaging CoE. (imagingcoe.org)
  • The prevalence of tear secretion dysfunction in woman workers engaged in light-on tests is high and increases with a one-year duration of employment. (biomedcentral.com)
  • finance
  • The most rapid solution is to establish an industry bank and to finance it by allocating £10 billion from the £75 billion recently added to the money supply by the Bank of England. (civitas.org.uk)
  • sales
  • To witness the full depth and breadth of our data and for industry leading sales intelligence tools, take D&B Hoovers for a test drive. (hoovers.com)
  • university
  • Previous versions of the paper were presented at the Triple Helix Conference (16-18 May 2007, Singapore), the AIM workshop 'Exploring & Mapping University-Industry Relationships' (21 May 2007, London) and the DIME plenary session at the DRUID Summer Conference (17-19 June 2009, Copenhagen). (springer.com)
  • performance
  • The Future Composites Manufacturing Hub will increase the potential of manufacturing composite materials within the UK by revolutionising performance and expanding industry into new markets. (bristol.ac.uk)
  • countries
  • Ministers of Health, particularly in the many countries where the asbestos industry has inflicted such enormous harm and suffering, should recommend that the asbestos industry be placed on the list of entities with which the WHO will not engage. (bcwebinc.com)
  • efforts
  • The asbestos industry works to defeat the efforts of the WHO to stop the use of asbestos and instead seeks to increase use of asbestos in order to increase its profits. (bcwebinc.com)
  • Just as is true for the tobacco industry, the asbestos industry uses lobbyists and disreputable tactics to undermine and subvert national and international efforts to stop the use of asbestos. (bcwebinc.com)