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Economists State South San Diego County is the Perfect Place for Amazon Headquarters
Elected officials, economists and business leaders gathered to discuss development of the South Bay and Baja region at the South County Economic Development Council’s 27th Annual Economic Summit SAN DIEGO, September 15, 2017 – Panelists and speakers at the South County Economic Development Council’s 27th Annual Economic Summit all agreed — collaboration is key to economic growth in the South County. Event masters of ceremony were Sally Salazar Preston, board chair of South County EDC, and Robert “Dukie” Valderrama, Port of San Diego commissioner. A sold-out house of nearly 500 of San Diego’s business leaders and public officials gathered Friday for the South County Economic Development Council’s 27th Annual Economic Summit. The summit offered attendees a comprehensive look into the San Diego South Bay and Baja region’s latest business development and economic outlook news. “The many panelists...
Veterinary Reference Laboratory Market Worth $5.13 Billion by 2025: Grand View Research, Inc.
(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160524/371361LOGO ) Rise in demand for advanced diagnostic tests and growing awareness amongst consumers are some of the factors expected to boost demand over the coming years. Moreover, companies are investing in R&D for the advancement of test kits for cost-effective diagnosis & monitoring of animal health, which is expected to boost growth. Some of the advancements in this market include efficient information management systems used in animal diagnostic applications, vaccine banks, and mobile apps for continuous monitoring. High focus toward innovation in veterinary health is anticipated to fuel the demand for reference labs. For instance, Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) is a public-private partnership that supports pharmaceutical innovations in Europe. In addition, MediLabSecure, a laboratory...
CO2 Solutions Welcomes Kiverdi as a Partner in the VCQ Project
QUEBEC CITY, Sept. 14, 2017 () – CO2 Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce that Kiverdi Inc. (“Kiverdi”) of Hayward, California, has joined the Valorisation Carbone Québec (“VCQ”) Project as a carbon use partner. CO2 Solutions and Kiverdi will demonstrate carbon capture and utilization (“CCU”) through the deployment of Kiverdi’s proprietary bio-process to convert CO2 into bio-based products alongside CO2 Solutions’ leading-edge enzymatic carbon capture technology at the Parachem site in Montreal, Quebec. This is the second CO2 utilization technology to be announced within the context of the VCQ Project, the first being CO2-to-acetic acid on May 18, 2017. “CO2 Solutions is very pleased to welcome Kiverdi into the VCQ Project,” stated Evan Price, President and Chief Executive Officer of CO2 Solutions. “CO2 is recognized as the most abundant greenhouse gas (GHG). The VCQ Project will demonstrate that CO2 can also be an important feedstock for many...
Mercury Insurance is Ready to Assist Customers as Hurricane Irma Threatens Georgia
“Hurricanes of this magnitude are extremely dangerous and not to be taken lightly,” says Mercury Insurance Chief Claims Officer Randy Petro. “Water surges and strong winds often precede the eye of the storm, so it’s extremely important to be prepared and comply with evacuation notices. We’ve mobilized our claims teams and are ready to respond quickly to our customers’ requests for help. Whether it’s providing living expenses while they’re out of their homes due to a covered loss or facilitating claims, we’re committed to providing Mercury policyholders with the assistance they need.” Mercury specializes in personal auto and homeowners insurance, and encourages customers to review insurance policies each year with their local agents. The company’s claims adjusters will assess damage to policyholders’ property due to rain and wind. Homeowners seeking coverage from flood and debris flows should review the National Flood Insurance Program at
Equifax (EFX) Alert: Johnson Fistel Announces Filing of Class Action Lawsuit Against Equifax, Inc.; Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm for Information
After the close of trading on September 7, 2017, Equifax disclosed that its databases had been breached between May and June 2017, that hackers had gained access to Company data that potentially compromised sensitive information for 143 million American consumers, including Social Security numbers, credit card numbers and driver’s license numbers. Equifax discovered the breach on July 29, 2017, but had waited until after the close of trading nearly six weeks later to disclose the breach to consumers and Equifax’s investors. Regulatory filings show on August 3, 2017, just days after the July 29 breach discovery, Chief Financial Officer John Gamble sold shares worth $946,374 and Joseph Loughran, president of U.S. information solutions, exercised options to dispose of stock worth $584,099. If you are an Equifax shareholder and are interested in learning more about your legal rights and remedies, please contact Jim Baker
San Diego Pain Consultants is Pleased to Welcome New Pain Physicians
Introducing Dr. Brittany Grovey and Dr. Gemayel Lee Poway, CA, September 09, 2017– Dr. Brittany Grovey is a fellowship-trained interventional pain provider. As a former All-Ivy, two-time Division I All-American, and professional track & field athlete competing in the 2008 Olympic Trials, Dr. Grovey aims to optimize her patients’ physical and mental well-being to help them reach their maximum potential. Dr. Grovey graduated with a degree in Biology from Brown University, and received her medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco. She went on to complete an internal medicine internship at Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, CA, and an anesthesiology residency at the UC San Diego. Within the sub-specialties of anesthesiology, Dr. Grovey was drawn to the field of chronic pain medicine and completed pain medicine fellowship at the UC San Diego. Her particular areas of interest include sports related...
qPCR and dPCR Market Size Worth $6.3 Billion by 2025 | CAGR: 8.7%: Grand View Research, Inc.
(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160524/371361LOGO ) In addition, increasing number of research & forensic laboratories and CROs is a key factor responsible for market growth. Laboratories and CROs use qPCR and dPCR techniques for gene-based, protein-based, and various other research applications owing to its high accuracy and sensitivity. Increasing preference of PCR techniques in prenatal genetic testing and its associated advantages in prenatal genetic testing such as lack of need for reference standards, low cycle times, and reproducible results are some of the drivers expected to propel growth. Furthermore, major players are in the process of acquiring companies manufacturing diagnostic devices for the development of technologically advanced qPCR and dPCR products. For instance, Bio-Rad laboratories acquired RainDance Technologies...
Rossi Heads Honda Sweep at Watkins Glen
Starting from the pole, Rossi was the driver to beat throughout the 60-lap event, despite having to make an extra pit stop when he failed to receive a full load of fuel during his first scheduled service, due to an issue with his pit equipment. In addition, the threat of rain and a pair of early-race caution flags led to a half-dozen cars going “off sequence” with their pit strategies, including the Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Max Chilton. Fortunately, the second caution enabled Rossi to close the gap to the leaders, and effectively took him off sequence, as well. Once in the lead group, Rossi was both able to conserve fuel (running stints of 18 and 17 laps, respectively), and still led a race-high 32 laps. For his part, Dixon was also strong throughout the Watkins Glen weekend, qualifying second and running down all of the off-sequence drivers to climb from seventh back to second in an impressive run from between Laps 34-40. Dixon closed on leader Rossi in the...
Construction Progresses on Wood Partners’ Development in Newport News
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Sep. 2, 2017 — Wood Partners, a national leader in real estate development and acquisition, announced today that construction is progressing on a new 209-unit community in Newport News, Virginia. Alta Citizen is located at 301 Continental Parkway in the Patrick Henry Place mixed-use development, located off of Jefferson Avenue and adjacent to the entrance to Highway 64. The community is in close proximity to the Tech Center, and a short trip from the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, making it an important location for young professionals working on the peninsula. “We saw a unique opportunity to bring new, Class A product to a market where there has been a lack of multifamily development this cycle,” stated Caitlin Shelby, director for the Raleigh-Durham office of Wood Partners. “Alta Citizen is a strategic investment in the heart of the Jefferson Avenue employment and retail corridor that provides the high end, convenient...
United States D-Mannose Market Trends and Forecast Report 2017-2022
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