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Digital Coin Market Research Report
Digital Coin Market Research Report

Big Market Research has added a report, titled, “Global Digital Coins Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022.” The report provides a detailed information and analysis of production, revenue, drivers & opportunities, key manufacturers, and competitive landscape. Furthermore, current market trends and growth opportunities are discussed along with extensive analysis of each segment for the historic period, 2012–2017 and the forecast period, 2017–2022. The report provides insights on manufacturing cost structure, marketing channels, marketing channels, and distributors & traders analysis. This study is helpful for market players, investors, and shareholders acquire thorough information and statistics to make better decisions for the future.
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An overview of the Global Digital Coins Market is offered on the basis of product overview and detailed segmentation of the industry. The research provides market segmentation based on types, applications, and geography. Each type of Digital Coins is analyzed with insights on production and production market share for 2016 along with key manufacturers for each type enlisted using a tabular representation. Furthermore, consumption market share for each application is offered in the research for 2016 in a tabular format. Regional analysis is discussed in terms of current market status and growth prospects for the period, 2012–2022. Geographies analyzed in the study are North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India. Statistics on revenue and growth rate for each region are mentioned with the help of figures for the historic period and the forecast period.
Market competition on the basis of manufacturers is discussed in the research along with insights on production, revenue, production market share, and revenue market share for 2016 and 2017. Moreover, significant information on manufacturing base distribution, product type, and sales area of each manufacturer are also covered. Comprehensive information on competitive situation and trends are provided based on market share of top three & top six manufacturers, market concentration rate, and strategies such as mergers & acquisition, expansion, partnerships, and others adopted by them for business growth.
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The research provides an extensive analysis of key manufactures operating in the Global Digital Coins Market . Key manufacturers analyzed in the study are Bitcoins, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Factom, MaidSafeCoin, Peercoin, Novacoin, Namecoin and others. Production, revenue, average price of products, and gross margin for 2016 and 2017 are discussed in a tabular format. Detailed analysis of type, application, and specifications of products of manufacturers are provided along with an overview of business. This information assists industry players in determining competitive intensity and helps investors in determining investment pockets to gain maximum returns.
Manufacturing cost analysis is offered in the research based on manufacturing cost structure, raw material analysis, and manufacturing process analysis. A table offers an extensive analysis production base and market concentration rate of raw materials, whereas a figure provides insights on price trends. Key suppliers of raw materials are enlisted in a tabular format. Figure illustrates manufacturing cost structure and manufacturing process analysis.
The industrial chain structure is highlighted based on upstream raw material sources, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategies along with tables to provide thorough understanding. Raw materials sources of major manufacturers of Digital Coins and distributors & traders are enlisted in a tabular format. Marketing strategies are discussed in the study based on marketing channels and market positioning. Insights on technological progress, changing consumer needs, and environmental change are offered to provide market effect factors analysis. Production, revenue, and consumption analysis based on each segment of the industry for the forecast period. Research findings and conclusions are mentioned at the end of the research.
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Table of Contents

Global Digital Coins Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022
1 Industry Overview of Digital Coins
1.1 Digital Coins Market Overview
1.2 Global Digital Coins Market Size and Analysis by Regions
1.3 Digital Coins Market by Type
1.4 Digital Coins Market by End Users/Application

2 Global Digital Coins Competition Analysis by Players
2.1 Digital Coins Market Size (Value) by Players (2016-2017)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
Bitcoins
Ethereum
Ripple
Litecoin
Dogecoin
Dash
Factom
MaidSafeCoin
Peercoin
Novacoin
Namecoin

4 Global Digital Coins Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017)
4.1 Global Digital Coins Market Size by Type (2012-2017)
4.2 Global Digital Coins Market Size by Application (2012-2017)
4.3 Potential Application of Digital Coins in Future
4.4 Top Consumer/End Users of Digital Coins

5 United States Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
5.1 United States Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
5.2 United States Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

6 EU Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
6.1 EU Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
6.2 EU Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

7 Japan Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
7.1 Japan Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
7.2 Japan Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

8 China Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
8.1 China Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
8.2 China Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

9 India Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
9.1 India Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
9.2 India Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

10 Southeast Asia Digital Coins Development Status and Outlook
10.1 Southeast Asia Digital Coins Market Size (2012-2017)
10.2 Southeast Asia Digital Coins Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

11 Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2017-2022)
11.1 Global Digital Coins Market Size (Value) by Regions (2017-2022)
11.2 Global Digital Coins Market Size (Value) by Type (2017-2022)
11.3 Global Digital Coins Market Size by Application (2017-2022)

12 Digital Coins Market Dynamics
12.1 Digital Coins Market Opportunities
12.2 Digital Coins Challenge and Risk
12.3 Digital Coins Market Constraints and Threat

12.4 Digital Coins Market Driving Force

13 Market Effect Factors Analysis
13.1 Technology Progress/Risk
13.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference
13.3 External Environmental Change

14 Research Finding/Conclusion

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Managed Infrastructure Services Market Competition Analysis by Players – Says By Big Market Research

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Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 Trends, Analysis, and Insights
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The research provides an extensive analysis of key manufactures operating in the Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market . Key manufacturers analyzed in the study are Hewlett Packard Enterprise, NTT DATA, Fujitsu Ltd, AT&T Inc, Fujitsu Ltd and others. Production, revenue, average price of products, and gross margin for 2016 and 2017 are discussed in a tabular format. Detailed analysis of type, application, and specifications of products of manufacturers are provided along with an overview of business. This information assists industry players in determining competitive intensity and helps investors in determining investment pockets to gain maximum returns.
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The industrial chain structure is highlighted based on upstream raw material sources, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategies along with tables to provide thorough understanding. Raw materials sources of major manufacturers of Managed Infrastructure Services and distributors & traders are enlisted in a tabular format. Marketing strategies are discussed in the study based on marketing channels and market positioning. Insights on technological progress, changing consumer needs, and environmental change are offered to provide market effect factors analysis. Production, revenue, and consumption analysis based on each segment of the industry for the forecast period. Research findings and conclusions are mentioned at the end of the research.
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Market segment by Type, Managed Infrastructure Services can be split into
Print Services
Desktop Services
Inventory Services
Backup and Recovery Services
Other

Market segment by Application, Managed Infrastructure Services can be split into
BFSI
Healthcare Industry
Manufacturing Industry
IT and Telecommunications Industry
Government
Retail Industry
Utilities Industry
Others

Table of Contents

Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022
1 Industry Overview of Managed Infrastructure Services
1.1 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Overview
1.2 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Analysis by Regions
1.3 Managed Infrastructure Services Market by Type
1.4 Managed Infrastructure Services Market by End Users/Application

2 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Competition Analysis by Players
2.1 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (Value) by Players (2016-2017)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
NTT DATA
Fujitsu Ltd
AT&T Inc
Fujitsu Ltd

4 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017)
4.1 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size by Type (2012-2017)
4.2 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size by Application (2012-2017)
4.3 Potential Application of Managed Infrastructure Services in Future
4.4 Top Consumer/End Users of Managed Infrastructure Services

5 United States Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
5.1 United States Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
5.2 United States Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

6 EU Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
6.1 EU Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
6.2 EU Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

7 Japan Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
7.1 Japan Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
7.2 Japan Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

8 China Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
8.1 China Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
8.2 China Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

9 India Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
9.1 India Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
9.2 India Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

10 Southeast Asia Managed Infrastructure Services Development Status and Outlook
10.1 Southeast Asia Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (2012-2017)
10.2 Southeast Asia Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

11 Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2017-2022)
11.1 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (Value) by Regions (2017-2022)
11.2 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size (Value) by Type (2017-2022)
11.3 Global Managed Infrastructure Services Market Size by Application (2017-2022)

12 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Dynamics
12.1 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Opportunities
12.2 Managed Infrastructure Services Challenge and Risk
12.3 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Constraints and Threat

12.4 Managed Infrastructure Services Market Driving Force

13 Market Effect Factors Analysis
13.1 Technology Progress/Risk
13.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference
13.3 External Environmental Change

14 Research Finding/Conclusion

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Optical Networking Market Size by Application, by Type, by Regions (2017-2022)

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Global Optical Networking Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 Trends, Analysis, and Insights
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The research provides an extensive analysis of key manufactures operating in the Global Optical Networking Market . Key manufacturers analyzed in the study are Alcatel-Lucent, ADVA Optical Networking, Ciena Corporation, Cisco Systems and others. Production, revenue, average price of products, and gross margin for 2016 and 2017 are discussed in a tabular format. Detailed analysis of type, application, and specifications of products of manufacturers are provided along with an overview of business. This information assists industry players in determining competitive intensity and helps investors in determining investment pockets to gain maximum returns.
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The industrial chain structure is highlighted based on upstream raw material sources, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategies along with tables to provide thorough understanding. Raw materials sources of major manufacturers of Optical Networking and distributors & traders are enlisted in a tabular format. Marketing strategies are discussed in the study based on marketing channels and market positioning. Insights on technological progress, changing consumer needs, and environmental change are offered to provide market effect factors analysis. Production, revenue, and consumption analysis based on each segment of the industry for the forecast period. Research findings and conclusions are mentioned at the end of the research.
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Market segment by Type, Optical Networking can be split into
SONET
WDM

Market segment by Application, Optical Networking can be split into
Defense Industry
Government Organization
Financial Institutions
Road Traffic
Large Enterprise
Oil and Gas Industry
Other

Table of Contents

Global Optical Networking Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022
1 Industry Overview of Optical Networking
1.1 Optical Networking Market Overview
1.2 Global Optical Networking Market Size and Analysis by Regions
1.3 Optical Networking Market by Type
1.4 Optical Networking Market by End Users/Application

2 Global Optical Networking Competition Analysis by Players
2.1 Optical Networking Market Size (Value) by Players (2016-2017)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
Bitcoins
Ethereum
Ripple
Litecoin
Dogecoin
Dash
Factom
MaidSafeCoin
Peercoin
Novacoin
Namecoin

4 Global Optical Networking Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017)
4.1 Global Optical Networking Market Size by Type (2012-2017)
4.2 Global Optical Networking Market Size by Application (2012-2017)
4.3 Potential Application of Optical Networking in Future
4.4 Top Consumer/End Users of Optical Networking

5 United States Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
5.1 United States Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
5.2 United States Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

6 EU Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
6.1 EU Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
6.2 EU Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

7 Japan Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
7.1 Japan Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
7.2 Japan Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

8 China Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
8.1 China Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
8.2 China Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

9 India Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
9.1 India Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
9.2 India Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

10 Southeast Asia Optical Networking Development Status and Outlook
10.1 Southeast Asia Optical Networking Market Size (2012-2017)
10.2 Southeast Asia Optical Networking Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016-2017)

11 Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2017-2022)
11.1 Global Optical Networking Market Size (Value) by Regions (2017-2022)
11.2 Global Optical Networking Market Size (Value) by Type (2017-2022)
11.3 Global Optical Networking Market Size by Application (2017-2022)

12 Optical Networking Market Dynamics
12.1 Optical Networking Market Opportunities
12.2 Optical Networking Challenge and Risk
12.3 Optical Networking Market Constraints and Threat

12.4 Optical Networking Market Driving Force

13 Market Effect Factors Analysis
13.1 Technology Progress/Risk
13.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference
13.3 External Environmental Change

14 Research Finding/Conclusion

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Automotive Lighting 2017 Market Growth, Opportunities and Analysis, Forecast To 2022

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On-“Automotive Lighting 2017 Market Growth, Opportunities and Analysis, Forecast To 2022”.

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Automotive Lighting Market 2017

Automotive Lighting is a vehicle lighting tools which is including headlights, tail lights and turn signals and the like. At the same time, automotive lighting can press types can be divided into ambient lighting, dome lamp, puddle lamp, misc lamp, headlamp, combination taillight, turn light, and license plate light.

Scope of the Report:
This report focuses on the Automotive Lighting in Global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

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Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers
Koito
Valeo
Magneti Marelli
Hella
Stanley Electric
Ichikoh
ZKW Group
Varroc
SL Corporation
TYC
DEPO
Xingyu
Hyundai IHL
Imasen Electric
Fiem

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers
North America (USA, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia etc.)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Market Segment by Type, covers
Ambient lighting
Dome lamp
Puddle lamp
Misc lamp
Headlamps
Combination taillights
Turn lights
License Plate Light
Others

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into
Commercial Vehicle
Passenger Vehicle

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Table of Contents

1 Market Overview
1.1 Automotive Lighting Introduction
1.2 Market Analysis by Type
1.2.1 Ambient lighting
1.2.2 Dome lamp
1.2.3 Puddle lamp
1.2.4 Misc lamp
1.2.5 Headlamps
1.2.6 Combination taillights
1.2.7 Turn lights
1.2.8 License Plate Light
1.2.9 Others
1.3 Market Analysis by Applications
1.3.1 Commercial Vehicle
1.3.2 Passenger Vehicle
1.4 Market Analysis by Regions
1.4.1 North America (USA, Canada and Mexico)
1.4.1.1 USA Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.1.2 Canada Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.1.3 Mexico Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.2 Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
1.4.2.1 Germany Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.2.2 France Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.2.3 UK Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.2.4 Russia Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.2.5 Italy Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.3 Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
1.4.3.1 China Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.3.2 Japan Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.3.3 Korea Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.3.4 India Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.3.5 Southeast Asia Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.4 South America, Middle East and Africa
1.4.4.1 Brazil Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.4.2 Egypt Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.4.3 Saudi Arabia Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.4.4 South Africa Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.4.4.5 Nigeria Market States and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.5 Market Dynamics
1.5.1 Market Opportunities
1.5.2 Market Risk
1.5.3 Market Driving Force

2 Manufacturers Profiles
2.1 Koito
2.1.1 Business Overview
2.1.2 Automotive Lighting Type and Applications
2.1.2.1 Type 1
2.1.2.2 Type 2
2.1.3 Koito Automotive Lighting Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)
2.2 Valeo
2.2.1 Business Overview
2.2.2 Automotive Lighting Type and Applications
2.2.2.1 Type 1
2.2.2.2 Type 2
2.2.3 Valeo Automotive Lighting Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)
2.3 Magneti Marelli
2.3.1 Business Overview
2.3.2 Automotive Lighting Type and Applications
2.3.2.1 Type 1
2.3.2.2 Type 2
2.3.3 Magneti Marelli Automotive Lighting Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)
2.4 Hella
2.4.1 Business Overview
2.4.2 Automotive Lighting Type and Applications
2.4.2.1 Type 1
2.4.2.2 Type 2
2.4.3 Hella Automotive Lighting Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)
2.5 Stanley Electric
2.5.1 Business Overview
2.5.2 Automotive Lighting Type and Applications
2.5.2.1 Type 1
2.5.2.2 Type 2
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FMI Releases New Report on the Virology Market 2015-2025

Virology, the study of viruses, is an unparalleled branch of life sciences. With immensely high prevalence of diseases such as flu, hepatitis, AIDS, and STDs, the importance of virology is repeatedly highlighted. The global virology market is expected to grow over 2015-2025.

FMI’s research identifies growing infectious diseases as a key force driving the market throughout the forecast period.

Key Drivers: Virology Market

  • Early in 2016, the WHO officially issued a warning about the possible spread of zika virus to each Western Hemispheric region, as the disease vector Aedes aegypti was found to thrive strong in tropical and sub-tropical climatic conditions. This has been a key driver of market growth throughout 2016.
  • The virology market is constantly catering to the prevention and cure needs put forth by the healthcare sector; however, several diseases continue to demand R&D of novel applications, driving the growth of virology market. Various treatments and diagnostic processes also employ virology applications, further fuelling the market growth.
  • Burgeoning applications of virology research in gene therapy, phage therapy, formulation of vaccines, and synthetic biology is another factor fostering the overall growth of the virology market.
  • Moreover, the field of virology is extending in various forms, including molecular virology, paediatric virology, computational virology, and many more, prompting at increasing research findings throughout the forecast period. Research prospects are high and FMI indicates a continuing need for trained virologists in the near future.
  • Public awareness programmes conducted worldwide on flu, zika virus, STDs, AIDS, and Ebola virus are also a key factor increasing public awareness and eventually influencing the market.

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Key Restraints to Market Growth

Maintaining the quality and safety standards of viral a controlling therapy has been a longstanding challenge, which is anticipated to hamper the market in the forecast period as well. Moreover, stringent approval processes for antiviral drugs is also foreseen to be a restraint to market growth. Another factor identified for affecting the market growth includes resistance toward and side effects of antiviral drugs for new treatment options.

Current Trends in the Virology Field

  • In 2015, the virology industry was predominantly influenced by ebola, MERS, and hepatitis C viruses. In 2016, zika virus is dominating the research, with better prospects in the near future.
  • Virologists are persistently investigating novel applications for viruses. Currently, an ongoing research is experimenting on the exploitation of viruses for plant production, aiming at the efficient production of high quality, eco-friendly food.

Global Virology Market: Competitive Landscape

By 2017 end, a few important patents are approaching expiry, including Tamiflu, Sustiva, Tenofovir, Combivir, Relenza, and Telbivudine. Following expiry of these blockbuster drugs, the market is estimated to discover a dynamic competitive landscape. The generic competition in the virology market will be at a high pace 2017 onward.

Apart from expiring drugs, the market also has some late stage pipeline drugs, including Inavir, Elvitegravir, Vicriviroc, Rilpivirine, and Rapiacta. These drugs are set to enter the global market, fostering the competition globally.

Virology Market: Segmentation

FMI’s research on the global virology market provides a 10-year forecast, segmenting the market on the basis of product type, application, end-use, and region.

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Regional Outlook: Global Virology Market

North America is the largest virology market led by the U.S., owing to technological advancements such as rapid, portable diagnostics. N. America is expected to retain the top market position over the forecast period as well.

Europe is projected to maintain the position as the second largest market globally. During the forecast period, Europe is anticipated to record the highest CAGR, attributed by enhanced healthcare infrastructure, facilitated access to diagnostics, and growing affordability of diagnostic tests for viral diseases.

Japan is currently a growing virology market, which is estimated to grow at a remarkable CAGR through to 2025. However, APEJ and Africa are expected to witness the most promising growth opportunities during the forecast period. While China will be a leading APEJ market, India will contribute a considerable revenue share to the APEJ virology market.

Segment-wise Market Forecast

Immunoprophylaxis therapy and antiviral drugs are the fastest-growing market segments in the estimated forecast period.

STDs, urinary tract infections, and respiratory tract infections are currently dominating compared to other application types in the global virology market.

On the basis of diagnosis tests, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, human papillomavirus (HPV), and other tests (influenza, ebola, and dengue) are estimated to attract the largest market shares globally.

Hospitals and laboratories projected to continue the most dominating end-use segments, accounting for almost 50% market share globally.

Key Players in the Global Virology Market

The notable players identified in the global virology market include GlaxoSmithKline plc, Abbott Laboratories, Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation, Merck and Co. Inc., Novartis International AG, Siemens, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca AB, and Roche.

Merck and Co. Inc. has several drug candidates in phase 2, including cancer, diabetes, cardiac arrest, and hepatitis C, and some candidates in phase 3, including breast cancer, atherosclerosis, Alzeimer’s, ebola, and HIV. The company also has many other candidates, which are currently under review.

Abivax, a high profile biotech company in Paris, France, has already successfully produced candidates against dengue and chikungunya viruses. The company has a few more candidates against HIV and ebola, currently under development.

Noble Enters Binding Letter of Intent to Vend its Wawa-Holdsworth Project Interest to MacDonald Mines

Toronto, Ontario / TheNewswire / March 30, 2017 – Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. („Noble” or the „Company”) (TSX-V:NOB, FRANKFURT: NB7, OTC.PK:NLPXF) is pleased to announce that it has signed a binding Letter of Intent („LOI”) with MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. (TSX-V: BMK) („MacDonald Mines”, „MacDonald”) to acquire all of Noble’s interest in the Holdsworth property (the „Property”), located 25 kilometres northeast of Wawa, Ontario. MacDonald previously entered into an Option and Joint Venture („JV”) agreement with Noble on December 7, 2016 to advance exploration on the Holdsworth property. The LOI supersedes the JV agreement.

LOI Highlights

To acquire a 100% interest in the Holdsworth property, MacDonald Mines agreed under the LOI to:

  • -Issue 5,500,000 MacDonald units, each unit consisting of one Class A common share of MacDonald and one non-transferable Class A common share purchase warrant of MacDonald exercisable at $0.30 per share for a period of three years from the date of issuance.

  • -Grant Noble a 1.5% net smelter return royalty (the „NSR”) on the Holdsworth property, with MacDonald having the right to re-purchase one half of the NSR for $500,000 at any time.

    -Pay the equivalent of 5,000 ounces of gold equivalent to Noble once MacDonald has extracted, refined and sold a minimum of 50,000 ounces of gold from the oxide sands portion of the Property.

Quentin Yarie, MacDonald’s President and CEO commented: „In the few months our team has worked on the Holdsworth property, we’ve determined that there is a good potential for gold extraction there. We’ve already initiated a bulk sampling program of the oxides sands-the main gold target on the property. Securing 100% interest ensures that MacDonald can continue to aggressively advance the Wawa-Holdsworth Project and significantly increase shareholder value.

Vance White, Noble’s President and CEO commented: „By vending the balance of the Wawa Holdsworth interest Noble will become a significant shareholder in MacDonald, have a potential gold streaming revenue stream and an ongoing NSR over the entire project area whilst allowing MacDonald to aggressively proceed with the plans for an oxide sand bulk sampling program and follow up to the newly discovered gold bearing shear zone reported in a news release dated December 13, 2016. This will allow Noble to focus on Project 81, where we plan an Airborne Gravity Gradiometer Survey over the entire ~70,000 Hectare Project Area as well as an airborne EM/Mag survey over the two southern townships (Carnegie and Crawford) which sit immediately north of the world class Kidd Creek mine of Exstrada celebrating its fiftieth year of production”.

Randy Singh P.Geo(ON), P.Eng (ON), VP Exploration & Project Development of Noble and a „qualified person” as such term is defined by National Instrument 43-101 has verified the data disclosed in this news release, and has otherwise reviewed and approved the technical information in this news release on behalf of the Company.

About MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.

MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. is a mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario focused on gold and silica exploration in Canada. The Company has built a portfolio of safe-jurisdiction, infrastructure-rich projects that demonstrate the greatest market potential for return. The Company is aggressively advancing its highly prospective Wawa-Holdsworth Project and Charlevoix Silica Property.

Wawa-Holdsworth Project Highlights:

  • -Approximately 285 hectares, 20 kilometres northeast of the town of Wawa

    -Neighbouring Argonaut’s >6Moz gold Magino Deposit & Richmont’s >1Moz gold Island Gold Mine;

    -Numerous gold showings with diversified mineralization styles occurring in a 500 metres-wide deformation corridor;

    -Lode Gold in traditional quartz veins, known as the „The Soocana Vein;

    -an oxidized cap at surface developed over a massive pyrite zone (Algoma Iron Formation) known as the „The Oxide Sands”;

    -the precursor to the Oxide Sands – a massive pyrite zone (Algoma Iron Formation) at depths, known as „The Massive Sulphide”;

    -Year-long road access and easy access to rail, road, electrical power, labour force and suppliers;

    -Fee simple absolute ownership of both surface and mineral rights property-wide facilitates the early and advanced exploration process and timelines.

The Company’s common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol „BMK”.

About Noble Mineral Exploration Inc.:

Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. is a Canadian based junior exploration company holding in excess of 70,641 hectares of mineral rights in the Timmins – Cochrane areas of Northern Ontario. The Company also holds a portfolio of diversified exploration projects at various stages of exploration Gold in the Wawa area of Northern Ontario, and Uranium in Northern Saskatchewan. More detailed information is available on the website at www.noblemineralexploration.com.

Cautionary Statement:

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. No stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein.

The foregoing information may contain forward-looking statements relating to the future performance of Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. Forward-looking statements, specifically those concerning future performance, are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from the Company’s plans and expectations. These plans, expectations, risks and uncertainties are detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with the TSX Venture Exchange and securities regulators. Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. does not assume any obligation to update or revise its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Contacts:

H. Vance White, President

Phone: 416-214-2250

Fax: 416-367-1954

Email: info@noblemineralexploration.com

Investor Relations

Email: ir@noblemineralexploration.com

LLNL Reinventing Metal 3D Printing with Direct Metal Writing Process

LLNL Reinventing Metal 3D Printing with Direct Metal Writing Process

Article ID: 672115

Released: 30-Mar-2017 6:05 AM EDT

Source Newsroom: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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    • Unlike other metal 3D printing techniques that use lasers to fuse metal powder, the Direct Metal Writing approach incorporates an ingot that is heated until it reaches a semi-solid state before it’s forced through a nozzle. As it cools, the material hardens to form a 3D metal structure.

    • LLNL staff scientist Luke Thornley helped engineer the semisolid metal, a bismuth-tin mixture, that can be extruded through the nozzle of a specially-designed 3D printer

    Newswise — Metal 3D printing has enormous potential to revolutionize modern manufacturing. However, the most popular metal printing processes, which use lasers to fuse together fine metal powder, have their limitations. Parts produced using Selective Laser Melting (SLM) and other powder-based metal techniques often end up with gaps or defects caused by a variety of factors.

    To overcome those drawbacks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers, along with collaborators at Worchester Polytechnic Institute, are taking a wholly new approach to metal 3D printing with a process they’re calling Direct Metal Writing, in which semisolid metal is directly extruded from a nozzle. The metal is engineered to be a shear thinning material, which means it acts like a solid when standing still, but flows like a liquid when a force is applied. The results of the ongoing three-year study were published in Applied Physics Letters in February.

    “We’re in new territory,” said lead author Wen Chen, an LLNL materials scientist. “We’ve advanced a new metal additive manufacturing technique that people aren’t aware of yet. I think a lot of people will be interested in continuing this work and expanding it into other alloys.”

    Instead of starting with metal powder, the Direct Metal Writing technique uses an ingot that is heated until it reaches a semi-solid state—solid metal particles are surrounded by a liquid metal resulting in a paste-like behavior— then it’s forced through a nozzle. The material is shear thinning because, when it’s at rest, the solid metal particles clump up and cause the structure to be solid. As soon at the material moves, or is in shear, the solid particles break up and the system acts like the liquid matrix. It hardens as it cools, so there’s less incorporated oxide and less residual stress in the part, the researchers explained.

    While encouraged by their success in printing test pieces, the researchers cautioned the method is still in its early stages and will need more work to achieve higher resolution parts with more industry-friendly metals, such as aluminum and titanium. In the paper, the team produced parts using a bismuth-tin mixture, which has a low melting point of less than 300 degrees Celsius. The process took numerous iterations to get right, as researchers ran into the problem of dendrites—fingers of solid metal that would get stuck in the nozzle.

    “The main issue was getting very tight control over the flow,” said LLNL engineer Andy Pascall. “You need precise control of the temperature. How you stir it, how fast you stir it, all makes a difference. If you can get the flow properties right, then you really have something. What we’ve done is really understand the way the material is flowing through the nozzle. Now we’ve gotten such good control that we can print self-supporting structures. That’s never been done before.”

    The researchers said the latest study will provide accurate operating conditions for printing with metal directly from a nozzle. They’re already moving onto aluminum alloys, a metal that would be more attractive to industries such as aerospace and transportation, but will present challenges because of its higher melting point.

    “Being able to print parts out of metal in this way is potentially important,” said staff scientist Luke Thornley, who worked on engineering the material. “So much of the work that goes into validation and analyzing for defects would be eliminated. We can use less material to make parts, meaning lighter parts, which would be big for aerospace.”

    The project is funded by the Laboratory Directed Research & Development (LDRD) program. Other LLNL researchers included in the study were Hannah Coe, Sam Tonneslan, John Vericella, Cheng Zhu, Eric Duoss, Ryan Hunt, Josh Kuntz and Chris Spadaccini.

    Founded in 1952, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (www.llnl.gov) provides solutions to our nation’s most important national security challenges through innovative science, engineering and technology. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is managed by Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.
     
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    Daily News 30 / 03 / 2017

    Debate on the future of Europe: President Juncker held a Citizens’ Dialogue in Malta

    As part of a series of debates and dialogues taking place across the Union on the future of Europe, President Jean-Claude Juncker participated in a Citizens’ Dialogue yesterday in Malta, together with Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, as well as Commissioner Karmenu Vella. He answered questions from participants on a wide range issues from the foreign policy of the Union, to agriculture, the Juncker Plan and the fight against terrorism. Discussing with participants the opportunities the EU offers and how the Union should develop in the years to come, the President underlined that „we have to show that we are able to deliver”. President Juncker reiterated the Commission’s commitment to the Paris Climate deal, underlining that Europe remains proud to be a world leader in the fight against climate change, whilst others step away from their commitments. Asked about what the EU can do to make its citizens feel safe, President Juncker replied „I do think that the European Union as a concept, as a construction, as a history is a guarantee against war and a guarantee for peace”. Speaking of the opening of the Brexit negotiations, President Juncker declared that citizens must come first: „It is citizens first – those Europeans living in the UK and the British people living in other countries of the European Union”. The Citizens’ Dialogue also covered the upcoming proposal on the European Pillar of Social Rights, which the European Commission is set to present in April.  A recording of President Juncker’s Citizens’ Dialogue is available here. Continuing his visit to Malta today, President Juncker will address the plenary of the EPP Congress (+/- 12:45 CET) and his speech will be broadcast live on EbS. (For more information: Margaritis Schinas – Tel.: +32 229 60524; Mina Andreeva – Tel.: +32 229 91382; Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456)

     

    U-Multirank 2017: les établissements d’enseignement supérieur de l’UE obtiennent de bons résultats dans les domaines de la mobilité et de l’internationalisation

    La quatrième édition du classement universitaire U-Multirank, qui regroupe près de 1 500 universités installées dans 99 pays, a été publiée aujourd’hui. U-Multirank, financé par le programme Erasmus+ de l’UE et lancé par la Commission européenne, est le premier classement mondial permettant aux utilisateurs de comparer facilement les performances des universités de manière multidimensionnelle. Il permet également aux utilisateurs de développer leur classement personnalisé en sélectionnant des indicateurs en fonction de leurs besoins. Les universités peuvent être classées selon leurs performances dans la recherche, l’enseignement et l’apprentissage, le transfert de connaissances, l’orientation internationale et l’engagement régional. Tels sont certains des facteurs que la Commission cherchera à renforcer dans son projet sur la modernisation de l’enseignement supérieur, qui sera présenté plus tard cette année. Selon l’édition 2017 de U-Multirank, la plus importante jamais réalisée jusqu’ici, plus de la moitié des universités de l’UE obtiennent les meilleurs scores en matière de mobilité des étudiants, la moitié attirent aussi du personnel académique international et environ 70% se distinguent en participant à des publications conjointes internationales. Plus d’informations sont disponibles ici. (Pour plus d’informations: Nathalie Vandystadt – Tél. +32 229 67083 ; Inga Höglund Tél. +32 229 50698)

     

    Commission report shows potential of Ecological Focus Areas on EU farms to improve biodiversity

    Farmland set aside as ecological focus areas helps improve biodiversity and supports eco-systems services, according to a European Commission report on the first two years since the introduction of ecological focus areas (EFAs) as part of the last reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The report shows that EFAs, introduced in the rules governing direct payments to farmers in 2013, can contribute to addressing the impact of some farming practices on the environment by bringing potential positive effects for biodiversity and for soil, water and climate. According to the rules on EFAs, farmers with arable land above 15 hectares must ensure that at least 5% of this land is an ecological focus area. In 2015, 10% of the land under the obligation was declared as EFA, and data for 2016 shows very similar results. More information is available in a news item online. (For more information: Daniel Rosario – Tel.: + 32 229 56185; Clémence Robin- Tel.: +32 229 52509)

    State aid: Commission clears Latvian export-credit insurance scheme

    The European Commission has found that the Latvian short-term export-credit scheme is in line with EU state aid rules, and in particular with the 2012 Short-term export-credit Communication. The Commission concluded in particular that the kind of insurance cover provided by the scheme to exporters established in Latvia is unavailable in the private market. There is a lack of insurance coverage for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) with a small export turnover; and for single export transactions (i.e. on a transaction-by-transaction basis as compared to insuring the entire export portfolio of a company) for a duration of one half to two years. This is because private insurers are less interested in this type of transactions. In this context, the Latvian scheme allows the State to cover risks of single export transactions and risks incurred by SMEs with a small export turnover. The scheme is authorised until 31 December 2022. More information will be available on the Commission’s competition website, in the public case register under the reference SA.47233. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Yizhou Ren – Tel.: +32 229 94889)

     

    Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of Italian logistics assets by SEGRO and PSPIB

    The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of joint control over three logistics warehouses in Italy by SEGRO plc („SEGRO”) of the UK and Public Sector Pension Investment Board („PSPIB”) of Canada, via their joint venture SEGRO European Logistics Partnership S.a.r.l. („SELP”) of Luxembourg. Two of the logistic warehouses are located in Bologna and one in Piacenza. SEGRO is a real estate investment trust that owns, manages and develops modern warehousing, light industrial and data centre properties. PSPIB invests the pension plans of the Canadian public sector in a diversified global portfolio including stocks, bonds, private equity, real estate, infrastructure and natural resources. The Commission concluded that the proposed acquisition would raise no competition concerns because of its very limited impact on the market structure. The transaction was examined under the simplified merger review procedure. More information is available on the Commission’s competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8419. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni – Tel.: +32 229 90526)

     

    Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of Xella by Lone Star

    The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of sole control over the Xella group by Lone Star. Xella is a diversified building materials group headquartered in Germany. Lone Star is a global private equity firm from the US. Lone Star also controls Forterra, a UK building materials company. The Commission concluded that the acquisition would raise no competition concerns because of the limited increment brought by the transaction and the presence of other competitors in the markets in question. The operation was examined under the normal merger review procedure. More information will be available on the Commission’s competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8341. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni – Tel.: +32 229 90526)

    Concentrations: la Commission autorise l’acquisition d’un ensemble immobilier allemand par Amundi Immobilier et Malakoff Médéric

    La Commission européenne a approuvé, en vertu du règlement européen sur les concentrations, l’acquisition du contrôle conjoint de l’entreprise TAS Kapstadtring 2 GmbH basée en Allemagne par l’entreprise Amundi Immobilier S.A. et le groupe Malakoff Médéric, tous deux basés en France. TAS Kapstadtring est propriétaire d’un ensemble immobilier, comprenant un immeuble de bureaux, situé à Hambourg, en Allemagne. Amundi Immobilier est actif dans le secteur de la gestion d’actifs immobiliers alors que Malakoff Médéric exerce ses activités dans le secteur de la protection sociale complémentaire. La Commission a conclu que l’opération envisagée ne soulèverait pas de problème concurrentiel compte tenu de son impact très limité sur la structure du marché. L’opération a été examinée dans le cadre de la procédure simplifiée du contrôle des concentrations. De plus amples informations sont disponibles sur le site internet concurrence de la Commission, dans le registre public des affaires sous le numéro d’affaire M.8370. (Pour plus d’informations: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni – Tel.: +32 229 90526)

     

    PIB par habitant en 2015 dans 276 régions de l’UE – quatre régions situées à plus du double de la moyenne de l’UE

    En 2015, exprimé en standards de pouvoir d’achat, le PIB régional par habitant oscillait entre un peu moins de 30% de la moyenne de l’Union européenne (UE) dans la région bulgare de Severozapaden et 580% de cette moyenne dans la région d’Inner London – West au Royaume-Uni. Cette information est extraite des données publiées par Eurostat, l’office statistique de l’Union européenne. Un communiqué de presse est disponible ici. (Pour plus d’informations: Anna-Kaisa Itkonen – Tel.: +32 229 56186; Sophie Dupin de Saint-Cyr – Tél.: +32 229 56169)

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

     

    First Vice-President Timmermans in Madrid to meet Prime Minister Rajoy and Foreign Minister Dastis and participate in Citizens Dialogue and Parliamentary Committee

    On 30-31 March, First Vice-President Frans Timmermans travels to Madrid for a series of meetings and a Citizens’ Dialogue. The First Vice-President will be received on Thursday by Ms Ana Pastor, President of the Congress of Deputies, before appearing at the Joint Committee for the EU of the Spanish Parliament. At 19:30 on Thursday he will deliver the 13th Carlos de Amberes Commemorative Lecture at the Carlos de Amberes Foundation, followed by a meeting with Mr Alfonso Dastis, Minister of Foreign Affairs and State Secretary for the EU. On Friday, First Vice-President Timmermans participates in a Citizens Dialogue with students of Madrid Complutense University at 11:00, which will be live-streamed here. The First Vice-President will conclude his visit by meeting with Mr Mariano Rajoy, Prime Minister of Spain.(For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tim McPhie – Tel.: +32 229 58602)

     

    Digital Single Market and collaborative economy in focus on Vice-President Ansip’s visit to Ljubljana

    Vice-President for Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip will visit Ljubljana, Slovenia, tomorrow for a number of meetings on digital progress and the collaborative economy. The Vice-President will meet Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar and hold a working lunch with Minister of Public Administration, Boris Koprivnikar, discussing Slovenian progress in various digital fields, e-government, e-privacy, cybersecurity, digitisation of the SMEs and data economy. He will also visit the National Assembly and present the progress made on the Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy to the parliamentary committees on the EU Affairs and Economy. Moreover, he will talk with the Members of Parliament about the collaborative economy, e-commerce and geo-blocking. Vice-President Ansip will hold a welcome speech at a collaborative economy conference organised by the Commission in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Administration and the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) and meet the local startup community. The Vice-President’s speech will be uploaded here tomorrow morning; real time updates from the visit can be followed on @Ansip_EU. (For more information: Nathalie Vandystadt – Tel. +32 229 67083; Inga Höglund – Tel. +32 229 50698)

     

    Energy Union tour: Vice-President Šefčovič in Sweden for political talks and project visits

    From 30-31 March, Vice-President for the Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič will bring the Energy Union Tour to Sweden. Among others, he will be meeting with the Swedish Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan, representatives of the Parliament’s Industry Committee and the Haga Initiative, a network of companies committed to reduce their climate emissions by 40% by 2020. The objective will be to discuss the implementation of the 2030 energy and climate framework, Energy Union governance (including the preparation of the National Energy and Climate Plans) and the Commission’s Clean Energy for All Europeans package presented in November last year. Energy Union Vice-President Šefčovič said: “It is a pleasure for me to once again visit Sweden, a Member State well advanced in the energy transition and a strong supporter of our Energy Union project. The visit is a unique opportunity for me to discuss with a broad range of stakeholders the benefits the Energy Union brings to Sweden, and to see what the energy transition means in practice, both at national and local level. I am also curious to see which fresh ideas the Swedish youngsters of the University of Umeå will bring to the table. After all, the Energy Union is first and foremost a project for and driven by Europe’s citizens”. Tomorrow, on 31 March, Vice-President Šefčovič will hold a Citizen’s Dialogue with students of the University of Umeå on „Energising Europe”, focussing on the sustainable production of electricity and its importance for the smart specialisation in the Swedish region of Västerbotten. He will further visit the smart city of Umeå in an ultrafast rechargeable electric buses awarded with the CIVITAS award of technical innovation. Finally, Vice-President Šefčovič will discuss bioeconomy and the role of North Sweden’s forestry in climate change with stakeoholders from the region of Västerbotten. More information on Energy Union is available here. (For more information: Anna-Kaisa Itkonen – Tel. +32 229 56186 – Nicole Bockstaller – Tel.: +32 229 52589)

    Commissioners Malmström and Crețu debate EU trade and cohesion policies with social partners and civil society

    Trade and cohesion policies feature high on the agenda of the plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), the EU advisory body which comprises workers’ and employers’ organisations and other interest groups, bridging the EU and civil society. In the first debate of the plenary session, Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström outlined the EU’s progressive and ambitious trade policy agenda, telling the Committee that „there has never been a more important time to defend openness, to shape globalisation, to engage with the world and project our values”. This debate comes at an important moment, when the Commission is negotiating trade agreements with important partners such as Japan, Mexico, and the Mercosur countries. The Commissioner highlighted the implementation of sustainable development provisions in trade agreements, and mentioned in particular the EU-Canada trade agreement, known as CETA. This deal promotes EU standards and includes legally binding commitments to ensure trade does not happen at the expense of the protection of social rights or the environment. The Commissioner also stressed the Commission’s determination to ensure that trade is not only free, but fair and rules-based, emphasising the crippling cost of distortions and dumping to the European economy. The discussion on trade was followed by a separate debate on the EU’s cohesion policy post 2020 with Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Crețu. More details about the plenary session are available here. The full speech of Commissioner Malmström is available here. (For more information: Daniel Rosario – Tel.: + 32 229 56185; Axel Fougner – Tel.: +32 229 57276)

    European Commission reinforcing its commitment to sustainable development

    Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica is at the United Nations Office in Geneva today, where he will hold an Executive Briefing on the European Union’s approach to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SGDs, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, were agreed by the international community in 2015, as a universal and comprehensive Framework for action. Commissioner Mimica said: „The European Union, alongside our partners, was a driving force for high ambition for the 2030 Agenda. As a result we have a universal, global framework for achieving sustainable development, and ending poverty once and for all. But we cannot stop here. Our main challenge now is to ensure that we maintain the momentum. And that we turn the rhetoric into results.” Commissioner Mimica presented to the UN Membership the proposals made by the European Commission in November 2016, which incorporate the 2030 Agenda and the SGDs in its policies. Commissioner Mimica also presented the „External Investment Plan”, which will help to catalyse private sector investment in partner countries, to contribute to sustainable economic growth and financing for development.” (For more information: Carlos Martín Ruiz de Gordejuela – Tel.: + 32 229 65322; Christina Wunder – Tel.: + 32 229 92256)

    Commission appoints members to advisory group on ethics in science and new technologies

    The European Commission has today appointed 15 high-calibre experts on natural and social sciences and humanities, philosophy, ethics and law to the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE). The Group will advise the Commission on all areas of science and technology policy which involve ethical, societal and fundamental rights issues. The appointments follow the decision by President Juncker and Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, to have a dedicated group of experts to provide independent ethical advice. The Group will report to the President and to the College of Commissioners as a whole, and is placed under the direct responsibility of Commissioner Moedas. Commissioner Moedas said: „Innovation is driving rapid changes and it is our responsibility to ensure that developments are for the good of humanity. The wellbeing of future generations will be determined by the ethical considerations we apply to our policies today. That is why I am delighted that the renewed European Group on Ethics is up and running. The fifteen exceptional men and women appointed today will be an important support to a Commission that seeks to address the major societal challenges for the benefit of all citizens.” For more information on the list of members and the mandate of the EGE, see here. (For more information: Lucia Caudet – Tel.: + 32 229 56182; Mirna Talko – Tel.: +32 229 87278; Maud Noyon – Tel.: +32 229 80379)

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    MacDonald Mines Signs Binding Letter of Intent to acquire 100% Interest in Holdsworth Property

    TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 30, 2017) – MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:BMK) („MacDonald Mines”, „MacDonald” or the „Company”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Binding Letter of Intent („LOI”) with Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. („Noble”) to acquire all of Noble’s interest in the Holdsworth property (the „Property”), located 25 kilometres northeast of Wawa, Ontario. The Holdsworth property is part of the land package that comprises MacDonald’s Wawa-Holdsworth Project.

    MacDonald previously entered into an Option and Joint Venture („JV”) agreement with Noble on December 7, 2016 to advance exploration on the Holdsworth property. The LOI supersedes the original agreement.

    Quentin Yarie, MacDonald’s President and CEO commented: „In the few months our team has worked on the Holdsworth property, we’ve determined that there is a good potential for gold extraction there. We’ve already initiated a bulk sampling program of the oxides sands-the main gold target on the property. Securing 100% interest ensures that MacDonald can continue to aggressively advance the Wawa-Holdsworth Project and significantly increase shareholder value.

    LOI Highlights

    To acquire 100% interest in the Holdsworth property, MacDonald Mines agrees to:

    • Issue 5,500,000 units of the Company’s common shares. Each Unit will consist of one Class A common share and one non-transferable Class A common share purchase warrant exercisable at $0.30 per share for a period of three years from the date of issuance.
    • Grant Noble a 1.5% net smelter return royalty (the „NSR”) on the Holdsworth property. MacDonald will have the right to re-purchase one half of the NSR for $500,000 at any time.
    • Pay the equivalent of 5,000 ounces of gold equivalent to Noble once MacDonald has extracted, refined and sold a minimum of 50,000 ounces of gold from the oxide sands portion of the Property.

    Wawa-Holdsworth Project Highlights

    • Approximately 285 hectares, 20 kilometres northeast of the town of Wawa
    • Neighbouring Argonaut’s >6Moz gold Magino Deposit & Richmont’s >1Moz gold Island Gold Mine
    • Numerous gold showings with diversified mineralization styles occurring in a 500 metres-wide deformation corridor
    • Year-long road access and easy access to rail, road, electrical power, labour force and suppliers

    Qualified Person

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    About Noble Mineral Exploration Inc.

    Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. is a junior Canadian natural resource company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol „NOB”. The Company holds a portfolio of diversified exploration projects at various stages of exploration, including Nickel/Gold in the Timmins Area of Northern Ontario, Gold in the Wawa area of Northern Ontario and Uranium in Northern Saskatchewan.

    About MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.

    MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. is a mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario focused on gold and silica exploration in Canada. The Company has built a portfolio of safe-jurisdiction, infrastructure-rich projects that demonstrate the greatest market potential for return. The Company is aggressively advancing its highly prospective Wawa-Holdsworth Project and Charlevoix Silica Property.

    The Company’s common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol „BMK”.

    To learn more about MacDonald Mines, please visit www.macdonaldmines.com

    This News Release contains forward-looking statements. In some cases, you can identify forward-looking statements by terminology such as „may”, „should”, „expects”, „plans”, „anticipates”, „believes”, „estimates”, „predicts”, „potential” or „continue” or the negative of these terms or other comparable terminology. These statements are only predictions and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause our or our industry’s actual results, levels of activity, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, levels of activity, performance or achievements expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements.

    Although the Company believes that the assumptions and factors used in preparing the forward-looking information in this news release are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on such information, which only applies as of the date of this news release. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, other than as required by law.

    Five Nonprofits Receive National Award for Driving Positive Change in Underserved Communities from The Atlantic and Allstate

    WASHINGTON, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — At a social innovation summit in the nation’s capital today, The Atlantic and Allstate will honor five nonprofits with Renewal Awards for their innovative, grassroots approach to solving our nation’s most pressing challenges.

    The five Renewal Award recipients have a shared mission, which is to meet the needs of underserved communities, including LGBT homeless youth, incarcerated women and their families, neighborhoods ravaged by violence, and at-risk young men and women. The winners have affected thousands of lives and serve as role models for other organizations grappling with how to drive change in communities across the country.

    „The Renewal Award winners embody America’s spirit of entrepreneurism and determination,” says Dave Prendergast, president, Eastern Territory, Allstate. „We are humbled and inspired by their efforts. These individuals remind us that we all hold the power to inspire hope and restore communities. We can all be a force for good in society.”

    This year’s standouts were chosen from nearly 500 nominations. Judging criteria included the current and future impact of each nominee’s program and the program’s ability to be replicated in other communities. Each winner receives a $20,000 grant from Allstate to further its work.

    Washington continues to be a place of great drama and baroque intrigue, while real innovation and problem-solving are increasingly taking place at the local level,” says Bob Cohn, president of The Atlantic. „In the course of identifying the recipients of the Renewal Awards, it’s been humbling for us to sift through the good works of so many organizations. We are very proud to work with Allstate in support of these entrepreneurs.”

    Winners were selected from five categories:

    The honorees were selected by public vote and a judges’ panel comprised of The Atlantic editors, led by senior editor Ron Brownstein, past Renewal Award winners, outside members including former Housing and Urban Development Secretary and Florida Sen. Mel Martinez, former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, and the founder and CEO of GreatNonprofits Perla Ni. Allstate selected the Youth Empowerment Award winner.

    The winners are:

    Allstate Youth Empowerment Award – Hour Children, Inc. (Long Island City, N.Y.):
    Hour Children is being recognized for helping incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women successfully connect with their children, ensuring the essential bond between mother and child remains strong and healthy. The program has made a remarkable difference in participants’ lives. Women in the Hour Children program are 10 times less likely to return to prison, and nearly all 200 children in last year’s program successfully advanced to the next school grade level.

    Community Action Award – New Alternatives for LGBT Homeless Youth (New York): New Alternatives increases the self-sufficiency of homeless LGBT youth, enabling them to successfully transition to adulthood. The organization provides education services, life skills training, opportunities for self-expression and support services for HIV-positive youth. New Alternatives also hosts thousands of Sunday dinners every year, giving clients a sense of place and family. Three of the organization’s current staff members are former clients. 

    Ingenuity Award – Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop (Washington, D.C.): Free Minds’ motto is „We write sentences to prevent sentences.”  Recognizing the transformative power of books and creative writing, the organization exposes incarcerated youth to literature and in the process, changes their lives. Free Minds provides a consistent, long-term support system during a young person’s incarceration and his re-entry back into society. Through creative expression, job readiness training and violence prevention outreach, Free Minds’ participants achieve their educational goals, give back to their communities and work to stop the cycle of violence. In 2016, 90 percent of program participants had not reoffended.

    Neighborhood Revitalization Award – Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI) (Los Angeles): KDI is an organization comprised of architects, engineers, urban planners and community organizers who work together with community members to transform unused land into productive, sustainable community spaces, such as parks and public spaces for people of all ages. In the process, they improve the local economy, environment and quality of life for residents. Started in 2006, KDI has completed six major projects in Southern California as well as projects in Africa and Latin America. 

    Self-Starter Award – Lost Boyz Inc. (Chicago): Originally started as a baseball program in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood, Lost Boyz Inc.’s focus changed when the program founder became concerned with anti-social behaviors among local boys and girls. Today, the organization uses baseball and the experience of competition to mentor youth. Lost Boyz also provides entrepreneurship activities and service learning opportunities to help young people develop character and good decision-making skills. The program has served hundreds of youth ages 9 through 17; more than 75 percent of participants have maintained their GPA at 3.0 or above and are college-bound.

    Ron Brownstein writes about this year’s winners, and the larger story they tell about grassroots resurgence across the country, in a piece published now at TheAtlantic.com.

    Started in 2015, The Renewal Awards spotlight grassroots solutions to challenges faced by communities around the country and the people making a positive difference. The awards are part of The Renewal Project, The Atlantic‚s broader partnership with Allstate that spotlights local innovation. To learn more, please visit TheRenewalProject.com.

    The inaugural Renewal Awards were presented in January 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. The six winning organizations were: B Lab (Wayne, Pa.), Champlain Housing Trust (Burlington, Vt.), Girlstart (Austin, Texas), Global Detroit (Detroit), P-TECH (New York) and The WorkPlace (Bridgeport, Conn.).

    About The Atlantic
    Founded in 1857 and today one of the fastest growing media platforms in the industry, The Atlantic has throughout its history championed the power of big ideas and continues to shape global debate across print, digital, events, and video platforms. With its award-winning digital presence TheAtlantic.com and CityLab.com on cities around the world, The Atlantic is a multimedia forum on the most critical issues of our times—from politics, business, urban affairs, and the economy, to technology, arts, and culture. The Atlantic was the 2016 National Magazine of the Year. Bob Cohn is President of The Atlantic and Jeffrey Goldberg is Editor in Chief.

    About The Allstate Corporation
    The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, protecting approximately 16 million households from life’s uncertainties through auto, home, life and other insurance offered through its Allstate, Esurance, Encompass and Answer Financial brand names. Other growth platforms include predictive analytics company Arity and consumer-product protection plan company SquareTrade. Allstate is widely known through the slogan „You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®.” Allstate agencies are in virtually every local community in America. In 2016, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency owners gave $42 million to support local communities.

     

    SOURCE The Allstate Corporation