Innovation в новостях
|research and innovation||Исследования и инновации|
|social innovation||Социальные инновации|
|technical innovation||Технические инновации|
|technological innovation||Технологическая инновация|
|technology and innovation||Технологии и инновации|
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Публикации и примеры предложений
· Everyday household plastic products their impact on environment →
With innovation and lowering the costs of eco-friendly raw materials, we are set to enter an age where sustainability will become pivotal to the manufacture of numerous personal hygiene and sanitation products!
· Crocs a favorite at Susquehanna due to strong brand management →
Poser says the bull case on Crocs is supported by the company's superior brand management (compelling collaborations with celebrities, influencers, and designers), strong digital capabilities and product innovation.
· UK using drones to send coronavirus tests to remote Scottish islands →
“The NHS Long Term Plan is bringing new technologies into the NHS to improve patient care and save lives, and as we deal with the greatest challenge in the NHS's history, innovation in medicine and convenient, faster technology are helping frontline staff to give people world-leading treatment for Covid-19 alongside care for killer conditions including cancer”, Professor Tony Young, the NHS national clinical lead for innovation, also said.
· Emerging Markets Rally As Economies Reopen In The Second Quarter →
Our Emerging Markets Equity team provides an overview of developments over the past month, and takes a look at how the pandemic is driving a trend toward deglobalization as well as new innovations.
· Zoom: Bubble, Bubble, Toil And Trouble →
As the revenue base increases, I expect Zoom's growth rates to taper over the next decade (even with continued innovation and expansion of its platform).
· With a degree no longer enough, job candidates are told to prove their skills in tests →
With so many applicants, “you need filters,” said Richard Price, a research fellow at the Christensen Institute, which studies innovation.
· UK, India 'energetic champions' of free trade, says UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab →
The UK Foreign Office said the vaccine tie-up builds on the already ”thriving” science and technology collaboration between the UK and India, which has seen joint research and innovation spending increase from 1 million pounds in 2008 to over 400 million pounds by 2021.
· UK cuts ties with EU over coronavirus vaccine fears →
The Government has also invested up to £93million in a new Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre, currently under construction in Oxford.
· How 'The Last of Us Part II' fails its women protagonists →
Once again though, Left Behind (Ellie’s 2014 DLC) was an outlier, a masterpiece all on its own with narrative and mechanical innovations that immersed players in authentic experiences of girlhood play and love.
· Fen Peas drives plan to put the perfect veg on more plates →
He sees the best opportunities for that in new seed innovations and spare capacity in the current market where some 30 per cent of home freezers still do not contain a packet of frozen peas.