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Miami Mold Specialists Strikes Deal With Innovative Solar Power Company.

Miami Mold Specialist, a reputable indoor environmental and mold removal service company, announces exclusive partnership with Solar Air Flow. Read […]

North Florida Land Trust acquires property for expansion of McGirts Creek Park

Property will be transferred to the City of Jacksonville for the park expansion. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/north-florida-land-trust-acquires-property-for-expansion-of-pr-626518.html

UpsideLMS urges companies to ‘Change LMS’ this holiday season

‘Change’ is the flavor of the season for UpsideLMS as its ‘Switch and Gain’ offer on its Best Value, SaaS […]

UN commits to stop ocean plastic waste

Nations will resolve to end plastic pollution in our seas, but their agreement has no timetable.

IUCN Red List: Wild crops listed as threatened

Wild relatives of modern crops deemed crucial for food security are threatened with extinction.

How UK’s birds are being affected by a changing climate

Migratory birds are arriving in the UK earlier each spring and leaving later each autumn, a study shows.

Ocean plastic a ‘planetary crisis’ – UN

Life in the seas risks irreparable damage from the ever-increasing tide of plastic waste, the UN’s head of oceans has […]

TunesKit Announces Cutting-edge Audio Capture to Grab Music Automatically

TunesKit Studio, a reputed digital media file solution provider, proudly announces the release of the cutting-edge TunesKit Audio Capture for Windows/Mac […]

Nurali Aliyev working towards creating an IT-forward Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan’s blooming IT sector has got a new parton – Nurali Aliyev. The noted businessman and ex-Mayor of Astana city, […]

North Florida Land Trust proudly announces the 2017 Volunteer of the Year

Forrest and Nancy Penny were chosen as joint recipients of the award. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/north-florida-land-trust-proudly-announces-the-2017-voluntee-pr-626451.html

Staying Ahead of Today’s Rapidly Evolving Security Landscape

As an experienced network and security expert, CipherEx has deep expertise in the technologies and methodologies that comprise network security […]

InterTrade Industries to Showcase Advanced Medical Packaging and Enclosures at MD&M West

Full-service thermoformer InterTrade Industries will show attendees at world’s largest annual medtech event why clients have been turning to them […]

Chief vet defends support of larger hen cages

On Twitter, Nigel Gibbens says the pens are a “necessary defence” against bird flu.

The other Dodo: Extinct bird that used its wings as clubs

In the middle of the 18th century, a large flightless bird became extinct on an Indian Ocean island.

Launching Spacebar Technologies from the house of Geetham Foundations

Launching note on behalf of the pride opening of Spacebar Technologies at RMZ Millenia Park Perungudi, Chennai. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/launching-spacebar-technologies-from-the-house-of-geetham-fo-pr-626305.html

Gravity signals rapidly show true size of giant quakes

Researchers develop a new speedy approach to estimate the true size of very large earthquakes.

TagMaster North America Inc. delivers big parking performance in the Big Apple

TagMaster RFID systems installed for RXR Realty garage in New York City, New York. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/tagmaster-north-america-inc-delivers-big-parking-performanc-pr-626265.html

Burton Mills: China Manufacturing Growth Slows in November

Burton Mills: Activity in China’s manufacturing sector slowed somewhat but remained resilient this month. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/burton-mills-china-manufacturing-growth-slows-in-november-pr-626219.html

e-Zest wins ‘Most Innovative Company’ award at D&B SME Business Excellence Awards

e-Zest Solutions received the prestigious Most Innovative Company from Dun & Bradstreet. Jury awarded e-Zest in the IT/ITES sector by […]

Fossilised eggs shed light on reign of pterosaurs

A collection of 200 eggs gives new insights into the development of the extinct flying reptiles.

Huge weather rescue project under way

After digitising old weather data from atop Ben Nevis, citizen scientists tackle a much bigger project.

Jason Johnson CEO of Marlin Consulting Solutions won the Small Business Leader of the Year 2018 for the Jacksonville Chamber South Council

Jason Johnson claimed the Small Business Leader 2018 title after demonstrating exponential business growth. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/marlincs/ceo/jason-johnson-ceo-of-marlin-consulting-solutions-won-the-sma-pr-626188.html

Chetu To Exhibit At Openminds Annual Conference

Chetu has announced that they will be attending the 2016 OpenMinds Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Washington, D.C. Read @ […]

World-class Speakers, Leading Legal IT Vendors, The British Legal Technology Forum returns in March 2018

The British Legal Technology Forum (BLTF), Europe’s largest showcase of legal technology and innovation is set to return on Tuesday, […]

CCFin Launch New Version of BMP’s Multi-tier Plugin for IB Management

Introducing the NEW and IMPROVED BMP Multi-tier IB management and automation. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/ccfin-launch-new-version-of-bmp-s-multi-tier-plugin-for-ib-m-pr-626163.html

A2iA & Ingo Money Expand Mobile Partnership to Speed Access to Funds & Deliver a Simple User Experience

A2iA (@A2iA), an award-winning developer of artificial intelligence and machine-learning based software for the worldwide data capture, document processing, and […]

Trophy hunting removes ‘good genes’ and raises extinction risk

Hunting animals with the biggest horns, tusks or manes could lead to extinction, according to a study.

Copley Scientific to showcase new TPK(TM) 2100 Critical Flow Controller for dry powder inhaler testing at DDL2017

A highly automated system to speed up testing, improve reproducibility, and enhance data output and recording. Read @ https://www.1888pressrelease.com/copley-scientific-to-showcase-new-tpk-tm-2100-critical-flow-pr-626102.html

River departed ‘before Indus civilisation emergence’

One of the world’s earliest urban civilisations thrived in the absence of a big Himalayan river, a new study finds.

Bird pulled from brink of extinction facing poisoning threat

The red kite is still at risk from poisoning despite the success of conservation schemes, say scientists.