first_imgImpact Subsea has appointed Scholz Ingenieur Büro as a distributor of Impact Subsea products in Germany.Scholz will provide local support for Impact Subsea’s range of underwater altimeters, depth sensors, attitude and heading reference systems.Based in Fokbek, Germany, Scholz Ingenieur Büro operates largely in the fields of underwater and environmental meteorology. The company provides complete solution packages for marine research, offshore and environmental engineering.Ben Grant, managing director, Impact Subsea, said: “We are delighted to announce this distribution agreement with Scholz Ingenieur Büro. The customer focused approach of Scholz will enable exceptional support to be provided to users of Impact Subsea products within Germany.”last_img read more

first_imgLocalNews “Treat everyone like they are HIV positive” – Julie Frampton by: – December 1, 2011 Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweetcenter_img Share 45 Views   no discussions National HIV/AIDS Coordinator Nurse Julie Frampton is advising the general public to “treat everyone like they are HIV positive”. Frampton who was speaking on the heels of International World AIDS Day which is being observed on December 1st annually said “HIV is not written on anyone’s face hence everyone must be treated like they are HIV positive”.Nurse Frampton is also optimistic that scientists will soon find a cure for the deadly disease.The South Florida Community dispensing care, treatment and prevention of the AIDS/HIV disease as well as patients got heartening news recently as scientists managed to create cells in mice which are immune to the virus. Frampton said while a lot of research is being done, because of the nature of the virus, a cure may or may not be imminent. Let us keep our fingers crossed that there will be some form of resolution. As far as we know, research is being done and a lot of work. If and when they find a cure, the whole world will be pleased”.She said further that Dominica will continue to push to educate the nation on the effects and prevention of the deadly disease.“The theme for this year’s world AIDS day is getting to zero, which means zero new infections, zero discrimination, zero AIDS related death. A lot is being done. We are always out there providing HIV education and behavior change communication. What we would like to see persons do more of is to use that information and transfer it into behavior change,” she explained.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more