SGS launches new website to smooth the path to cosmetic and personal care product testing

(MENAFN – Online PR Media) SGS launches new cosmetic and personal care product testing website.

Online PR News 28-November-2020 Geneva, Switzerland SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has launched an online resource which places the safety and efficacy testing of cosmetics and personal care products center stage.

In a competitive market, with ever-changing regulatory requirements, this new resource showcases the range of services available to manufacturers and brand owners to ensure safe and compliant skincare, haircare and sunscreen products for consumers all over the world.

Global cosmetic and personal care brands and manufacturers will have access to the services they need to ensure products are independently tested, verified and certified, as well as those which can prove that products live up to claims and perform as advertised.

As a testing partner, SGS provides organizations with easy access to a global network of specialists, within laboratories and human

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A Polluter’s Easy Path to the Zero Emissions Club

Looking down the list of the world’s major emitters, you might think  we’ve hit a roadblock. Most of those remaining are major exporters of fossil fuels, which you’d expect to be late to the zero-emissions party. Of the main exceptions, India has for decades vocally resisted efforts to cap its ability to pollute until it’s wealthier, and the status of the U.S. is likely to be uncertain until the dust settles on the presidential election.

One major economy is in a different place, though: Brazil. Although the country has never promised to zero out its emissions — and is unlikely to do so under its populist president, Jair Bolsonaro — it would find that path far easier than most. 

Brazil’s first advantage is that its electricity system was largely decarbonized long ago. Thanks to its vast river systems, the country is the most hydro-powered major economy on the planet, with

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itel on ‘steady growth path’ with Smart gadgets, TV launch

New Delhi, Nov 6 (IANS) Smartphone brand itel is on the path of steady growth by extending its product experience to a wider product portfolio with the launch of smart gadgets and televisions, a top company executive said on Friday.

Launched last month, itel’s TV portfolio includes affordable televisions in I series, A series and C series with different screen sizes starting from 32, 43 and 55-inches at a price point ranging from Rs 8,999 to Rs 34,499.

The leading smartphone brand from TRANSSION India also forayed into the accessories segment by announcing the launch of itel smart gadgets in June.

The portfolio boasts of 23 new products that includes TWS, power bank, phone charger, car charger, data cable, phone battery, wired earphones, Bluetooth earphones, Bluetooth speaker and Fit Band.

“We believe, with itel’s extensive product portfolio, India will witness a new wave of empowerment in mobile, digital, entertainment experience

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New Robotic Lawn Mower Market Research Highlights Recovery Path for Businesses from COVID-19 on Residential and Commercial End-users| Technavio

The new robotic lawn mower market research from Technavio indicates Neutral & Inferior growth in the short term as the business impact of COVID-19 spreads.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Robotic Lawn Mower Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

“One of the primary growth drivers for this market is the demand from commercial segment,” says a senior analyst for Industrials sector at Technavio.

The increasing demand from the commercial segment will be a significant factor in driving the growth of the robotic lawn mower market. Technological innovations have enabled market vendors to overcome challenges, such as low productivity, limited battery life, and the need for frequent maintenance of robotic lawn mowers. The adjustable shock absorbers components present in robotic lawn mowers adjust according to the slope and allow it to perform lawn mowing activity in

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A Java programming career path can open doors beyond code

A Java programming career path can lead to so much more than code. Programmers should consider these options that extend beyond the confines of software development.

A Java programming career path can open doors beyond code

There are compelling reasons to pursue a career in Java development.

Software developers continue to be in big demand and the long-term job prospects look good. These jobs allow people to work for the largest and most stable organizations. People who choose a Java programming career path are practically guaranteed long-term job security.

Java programming is a skill that is usually well compensated. The technology undergoes frequent changes, which provides regular intellectual growth, and for the working Java developer, this provides ongoing engagement and stimulation.

These are compelling reasons to pursue a Java programming career path, but they overlook one of the biggest benefits to learning Java — it can open the door to a world beyond programming.

I launched my Java programming

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15-year-old computer whiz on path to become 1st millennial saint

A 15-year-old Italian computer whiz who died of leukemia in 2006 moved a step closer to possible sainthood Saturday with his beatification in the town of Assisi, where he is buried.

Carlo Acutis is the youngest contemporary person to be beatified, a path taken by two Portuguese shepherd children living in the early 1900s who were proclaimed Catholic saints in 2017.

At the beatification ceremony in the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, a portrait of Acutis was slowly unveiled, revealing a smiling teen in a red polo shirt, his curly dark hair illuminated by a halo of light. Cardinal Agostino Vallini, the papal legate for the Assisi basilicas, kissed each of the boy’s mask-wearing parents, Andrea Acutis and Antonia Salzano, after reading the proclamation decreed by Pope Francis.

Already touted as the “patron saint of the internet,” Acutis created a website to catalog miracles and took care of websites

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Programming Language Migration Path

While I was preparing some personal background information for a potential client, I was reviewing all the programming languages that I have had experience with. I list languages that I’m most experienced with on my resume. However, it occurred to me that if I was to list all the languages that I’ve worked with, then the client would become overwhelmed with the resume and just write me off as either a total bit head or looney toons. But as I reflected on all these different environments I realized how much fun I’ve had being involved with the software development industry, and that a lot of that fun has to do with the learning process. I think this is what makes a good programmer. Not just the ability to write code, or come up with a very creative application, but the ability to learn. Lets admit it! If a programmer doesn’t … Read More