New Study Archive

New Study Finds NEXT Biometrics’ Fingerprint Sensors Outperform Others in Key Biometric Measurements

Confirms Results of Study Published in 2015 Showing Larger Sensors Most Accurate  OSLO, Nov. 5, 2018 — NEXT Biometrics (Oslo Bors: NEXT), a global leader in fingerprint sensor technology, today announced the results of a new study by Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) showing that NEXT fingerprint sensors outperform sensors from three top competitors.

New Study by Identity Theft Resource Center® Explores the Non-Economic Negative Impacts Caused by Identity Theft

Professionals engage together to strategize how to better serve victims in half day workshop Washington D.C., Oct. 18, 2018 – Today at an event held in Washington D.C., the Identity Theft Resource Center®, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization established to support victims of identity theft, will release the initial findings of its The Aftermath®: The Non-Economic

New study confirms continuing safety of stainlesssteel

The continuing safety of using stainless steel in hospital environments has been confirmed in a new study which demonstrated that standard cleaning and disinfection effectively sanitised stainless steel samples, regardless of their surface finish or simulated age. Team Stainless commissioned Manchester Metropolitan University and AgroParisTech to devise and conduct research to examine the effectiveness of

New Study Shows Singapore Companies Outpace Hong Kong Rivals in Internet Marketing

  HONG KONG, CHINA – Media OutReach – Jun 21, 2017 – A new study has found that Singapore businesses are three times more likely to be switched on to Internet Marketing than their rivals in Hong Kong. The research, carried out by WL Media HK, shows that Hong Kong firms are being left in

New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year

New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year   World-first data study in the American Journal of Dentistry builds on evidence to support the benefits of sugar-free gum in oral care   New Delhi 25, May 2017

Exposure to air pollution shortens the lives of lung cancer sufferers, says new study

Blueair AB – Aug 08, 2016 14:18 GMT New study says the average survival time for people diagnosed with early stage lung cancer living in areas with high levels of air pollution was three years shorter than for those living in less polluted areas. Stockholm, Sweden, August 9, 2016 – A ten-year study of over

Polluted air may increase risk of cancer, new study indicates

Blueair AB – May 05, 2016 16:44 GMT Stockholm, Sweden, May 6, 2016 – A decade-long study of over 66,000 people in Hong Kong aged 65 or older has highlighted how exposure to multiple airborne pollutants may increase the risk of death from many different types of cancer. The study was published recently in Cancer

Blueair founder calls for global war on air pollution as new study reveals 5.5 million people die every year due to bad air quality

Blueair AB Blueair AB – Feb 13, 2016 13:12 GMT Stockholm, February 14, 2016 – New research showing 5.5 million premature deaths are caused every year by polluted air has been described as a shocking wake-up call by the founder and CEO of the global Swedish clean air technology leader Blueair, Mr. Bengt Rittri. He

New study highlights significant gap between perception and practice of ethical behaviour in financial services

Addressing culture must be a top priority for creating a resilient and trustworthy financial services industry, says CFA Institute London, United Kingdom, 25 November 2013 A study released today by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by CFA Institute has shown that although financial services executives overwhelmingly recognise the importance of ethical behaviour in the

New Study Highlights the Need for a Life Cycle Assessment Approach to Vehicle Emissions Regulation

BRUSSELS, 12 July 2013 – A new study commissioned by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) says that with increasing efficiencies of powertrains and fuels that contribute to lower emissions during the driving phase of the car, the use of tailpipe CO2e emissions will become “almost irrelevant in terms of focusing on true carbon profiles”