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June 23, 2014
08:50 EDTWAT, NSRGYNestle, Waters collaborate to develop new vitamin tests
The Nestle (NSRGY) Institute of Health Sciences and Waters (WAT) have begun working together on a new research project which could one day lead to the development of made-to-measure vitamin combinations tailored to individual needs. The collaboration initially aims to develop a new generation of tests for measuring the amount of vitamins in body fluids such as blood and urine. It builds on NIHS's expertise in nutrients and micronutrients research, and Waters' state-of-the-art analytical technologies. Current laboratory analyses of nutrients in biological samples lack sensitivity, are slow and can only measure a limited number of molecules at once. This project will develop new methods that can measure a broad range of nutrients and micronutrients, particularly vitamins and their related metabolites in a quick way.
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April 17, 2015
05:32 EDTNSRGYNestle confirms FY15 organic growth outlook of around 5%
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05:29 EDTNSRGYNestle reports three-month organic growth of 4.4%, 1.9% real internal growth
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April 16, 2015
11:44 EDTNSRGYNestle continues to streamline its business as competition heats up, WSJ says
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April 14, 2015
08:37 EDTWATWaters says CFDA approves UPLC I-Class/Xevo TQ-S system
Waters Corporation announced that the Chinese Food and Drug Administration approved the Waters ACQUITY UPLC I- Class IVD/Xevo TQ-S IVD System for in vitro diagnostic use in China. The system was approved for clinical analysis of a variety of compounds that include diagnostic indicators and compounds for treatment monitoring.
06:51 EDTNSRGYNestle in advanced talks to sell Davigel unit to Brakes Group, Reuters reports
Nestle is in advanced discussions for the sale of its Davigel frozen food group to Bain Capital's Brakes Group, Reuters reports, citing a source. A second source says the sale of the deal, which is being handled by Credit Suisse, could raise EUR200M-EUR300M. Reference Link

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