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Prevent Blindness America Launches Most Beautiful Eyes Contest : 07/18/2011

CHICAGO, Ill. (July 18, 2011) - Prevent Blindness America, the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight, today announced the launch of the "Most Beautiful Eyes Contest." The contest allows children across the United States the chance to become the face of the Star Pupils program in 2012 and win a $25,000 scholarship.

From July 18 through August 31st, 2011, parents of children ages zero to 17 are encouraged to enter...

10 High-Tech Companies to Compete for $100,000 Prize : 06/28/2011

MELBOURNE, Fla. ( June 28, 2011) - Space Florida and the Technological Research and Development Authority (TRDA) jointly announced today the 10 companies selected to present at the I2 (Igniting Innovation) Capital Acceleration Showcase scheduled for September 7, 2011 in Cape Canaveral. The companies were chosen from among a group of 62 Florida technology firms that applied last month for a chance to present their business case at the I2Showcase.

Outlast Wins Innovation Prize: Outlast® Polyester Fiber with PCM : 05/31/2011

HEIDENHEIM, Germany (May 31, 2011) - The technology company Outlast illustrates its innovative nature: The pioneer and market leader around temperature regulation phase change materials (PCM) impressed the international jury of Techtextil (International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens) and won the Techtextil Innovation Prize 2011 in the category "New Materials" for the development of the world's first heat managing polyester fiber with PCM.

The Innovation Prize brings...

Advanced Flexible Materials and Trex Company Announce Heatsheets® Recycling Program : 02/07/2011

PETALUMA, Calif. (Feb. 7, 2011) - Advanced Flexible Materials (AFMInc) will partner with Trex Company to launch the "Heatsheets® Blankets-to-Boards" recycling program at Running USA 2011: The Industry Conference held Feb. 13-15 in San Antonio, Texas. 

"This cooperative effort marks another major step in AFMInc's ongoing effort to provide race participants with a turnkey solution for recycling and repurposing Heatsheets thermal-reflective blankets after the finish line," said...

International Space Education Program Opens in Adelaide : 01/05/2011

ADELAIDE, Australia/STRASBOURG, France (Jan. 5, 2011) - The University of South Australia has joined forces with the International Space University (ISU), Strasbourg, France, to bring world class space education to the southern hemisphere with a new five-week intensive program set to launch 5 January 2011.

The Opening Ceremony for the new program will be held in the Hawke Building on the UniSA City West Campus in Adelaide at 3:00 PM, on Wed. January 5. A...

Outlast Develops First Climate-Regulating Polyester Fiber with Phase Change Material; Not Too Hot and Not Too Cold : 12/31/2010

HEIDENHEIM, Germany (Dec. 31, 2010) - Outlast Technologies broadens its product offering by maintaining a steady pace of innovation.

After intensive research and development, Outlast Technologies, Inc., Boulder/Colorado, the market leader in temperature regulating phase change materials (PCMs), is pleased to announce the introduction of Outlast® polyester fiber. This announcement comes just four years after the...

Rocky Mountain Tracking Offering Free Holiday Shipping : 12/10/2010

FORT COLLINS, Colo., (Dec. 10, 2010) - Rocky Mountain Tracking has a special holiday gift in store for customers who purchase a minimum of $100 of RMT products. From now until December 25th, receive free ground shipping on all U.S. orders by entering the discount shopping code: FreeShip. This discount also applies to orders that are placed by calling RMT's toll free number (888-242-0500).

Rocky Mountain Tracking products make great gifts for anyone on your list. RMT...

Unprecedented New Technology Reads & Reacts To Brainwaves Through The Extremities Of The Body : 11/17/2010

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (Nov. 17, 2010) - Imagine a small armband sensor that allows the user to be able to control a computer by mind alone; or determine if he/she is being inattentive or distracted while driving; or know exactly when to swing a golf club for optimum performance and results. A new wearable technology called Body Wave from Freer Logic that does just that is now available for applications in many different
situations and industries.

BodyWave reads brain activity...

GMV Receives Coveted CMMI ML 5 Recognition : 11/09/2010

ROCKVILLE, Md. (Nov. 9, 2010) - GMV, the global company specializing in satellite ground systems, has been recognized by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University as a Level 5 organization in Capability and Maturity Model Integration (CMMI ML 5).

"Receiving SEI's highest level of achievement underscores GMV's unique ability to provide first-rate solutions for our clients around the world," said Theresa Beech, president of GMV...

Outlast Technologies and Auri Footwear Continue Partnership with Spring 2011 Line : 10/26/2010

BOULDER, Colo. (Oct. 26, 2010) - Outlast Technologies, leader in heat management and moisture reduction in footwear, announces licensee Auri Footwear is launching its spring 2011 line that once again incorporates Outlast® heat management technology for all-day foot comfort.

Showcasing the season's most popular trends, the spring 2011 line debuted to rave reviews and received attention of top retailers at the recent FN Platform trade show in Las Vegas, Nev.

For spring 2011,...


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