Best Review Paper Award goes to….

Prof. Aaron Lerner, Dr. Sandra Neidhöfer and Dr. Torsten Matthias received the Best Review Paper Award 2018 from the journal Microorganism with “The Gut Microbiome Feelings of the Brain: A Perspective for Non-Microbiologists Microorganisms”. Many publications have focused on the brain to gut axis as a major contributor to human health, but the gut to Read more about Best Review Paper Award goes to….[…]

The Full-Service Package for Doctors and Hospitals for Connection to Telematics Infrastructure

Arvato Systems offers a comprehensive installation and support package for connection to the telematics infrastructure (TI). Together with its partners secunet and eHealthExperts, Arvato Systems is one of the first certified service providers in this segment on the market. The full-service package for doctors and hospitals for connection to the TI is now available following Read more about The Full-Service Package for Doctors and Hospitals for Connection to Telematics Infrastructure[…]

New sales partner in Norway: KEMPER further expands market presence

KEMPER GmbH is expanding in the Scandinavian region with a new sales partner. iTec AS now exclusively distributes the entire KEMPER product portfolio in Norway. The company has an extensive dealer network with around 150 specialist welding dealers nationwide. "The cooperation with iTec opens up new ways for us to establish our brand and products Read more about New sales partner in Norway: KEMPER further expands market presence[…]

2nd European Chemistry Partnering 2018 Event Report

97 percent of all products contain of at least one chemical process step. Chemical value creation processes are changing in the face of renewable raw materials, enzymes, industrial biotechnology, new processes, products from residual materials, digitization etc. This affects purchasing logistics and manufacturing as well as sales and marketing. The European Chemistry Partnering was conceived Read more about 2nd European Chemistry Partnering 2018 Event Report[…]

High Vitamin D Levels Improve Respiratory and Digestive Functions

Higher Vitamin D levels, starting from a minimum dose of 4000 international units per day (4000 IU/d, or 100 μg/d), help considerably glycemic response and insulin sensitivity in in type 2 diabetic patients, a new scientific study has found.[1] The researchers obtained this result raising Vitamin D values to above 40 ng/ml, which is about Read more about High Vitamin D Levels Improve Respiratory and Digestive Functions[…]