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AEO eLearning Modules from TAXUD

Two e-learning modules on the 'Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)' have been developed by the European Commission's Directorate General for Taxation and the Customs Union.

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36 hr web site outage

Microsoft updates KB941644 and KB943485 crash web services: unrecoverable.

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Introduction to the Drug Living Lab

Supply chain security and control are key issues for the pharmaceutical industry. Counterfeit drugs have been recognised as a serious public health risk, while regulatory requirements constantly increase the administrative burden and cost to all. The question is how to enhance the security and control of complex pharmaceutical supply chains, while also reducing administrative red tape and facilitating trade.

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Rising tide of fake pills

The WHO estimates that €23 billion worth of counterfeit medicines was traded in 2005

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China exports drug ingredients to customers in 150 countries

"Sometimes you can just have your lunch on the floor of the factory because it's so clean and so perfect, sometimes much better than in Europe," said Jean-François Quarre, a French drug company official.

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WHO Rapid Alert System

Early warning and coordination systems at the international level are an important piece of the global battle against counterfeit drugs, medicines and medical devices entering the human supply chain.

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IPU Product Recall Service

The Irish Pharmaceutical Union delivers web based product recall notice service to Irish Pharmacies

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EU public debate on future of pharmaceuticals

Launch of a broad public debate on the future of pharmaceuticals for human use in Europe

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Library Workshops for Researchers

The UCD Library has put together a series of workshops aimed at researchers and academic staff in UCD.

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UK Fake Viagra Scam

Jail sentences for fake Viagra scam...

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Internet pioneer joins board of ICANN

Former head of UCD’s Computer Science Department and founder of the IEDR, Dennis Jennings, while in charge of the supercomputing initiative at the US National Science Foundation in 1983, decided to take DARPA TCP/IP protocols out of the military world and into the university world. This move paved the way for the internet that we know today.

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MMangtSc funded by HEA

Ireland Higher Education Authority supports UCD's Master of Management Science.

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MSc in Advanced Software Engineering

The School of Computer Science and Informatics in University College Dublin invites applications for the MSc in Advanced Software Engineering. Registration takes place in September 2007; the first module will be held in December 2007.

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ITAIDE News from the 10th UN Cefact Forum, Dublin

The 10th UN CEFACT Forum was held in Dublin, Ireland for the first time from March 26 to 30 2007. This represented a singular opportunity for Irish professionals, from industry sectors and ICT generally to take part in and contribute to one of the longest running, significant and inclusive international standards development communities.

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Work Matters at UCD

26th International Labour Process Conference, Work Matters. 18th - 20th March 2008 at the UCD School of Business

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Irish eGovernment Awards 2007

This year's overall winner of the Irish eGovernment Awards was South Dublin County Council for http://connect.southdublin.ie/connect

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NITM Professor for Technology and Innovation Management

On 1st April, the National Institute of Technology Management in Blackrock welcomes Petra Ahrweiler as Professor for Technology and Innovation Management.

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Chocolate Boosts Brain

A study led by Professor Ian Macdonald from the University of Nottingham found that consumption of a cocoa drink rich in flavanols — a key ingredient of dark chocolate — boosts blood flow to key areas of the brain for two to three hours. Increased blood flow to these areas of the brain may help to increase performance in specific tasks and boost general alertness over a short period...

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IEEE History Centre adds 75 new intereviews

If you want to know what Robert Noyce had to say about inventing the integrated circuit or read about how Wilson Greatbatch helped develop the implanted cardiac pacemaker

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CeBIT 2007 Hannover, Germany

For over 20 years, ‘Public Sector Parc (PSP)’ at CeBIT has served as a key information and communication platform for administrative modernization and public sector management. PSP 2007 will feature special presentations reflecting the strategic refinement of the issues of eHealth and geo-information management.

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Intercultural Trust project

Prof. Cathal M. Brugha (Director) and Prof. Rong Du (Chief Researcher) speak about UCD's Intercultural Trust Project with on RTÉ's Melanie Verwoerd...

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RTE news

Prof. Cathal M. Brugha (Director) and Prof. Rong Du (Chief Researcher) speak about UCD's Intercultural Trust Project with on RTÉ's Melanie Verwoerd..

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IT skills shortage

Dublin City University (DCU) survey reveals that the Irish IT sector has an unprecedented 14,000 unfilled jobs.

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eTax declarations popularity growing in Ireland

The Revenue On-Line Service (ROS) of the Irish tax authorities has been steadily transforming communication between taxpayers and the government...

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Bringing ICT Benefits to Market

At a CORDIS workshop that took place at IST2006 on 23 November 2006; one of the main problems identified was the high-level of jargon and acronyms employed in press releases and other media material sent to press outlets. 'ICT is flooded by terms which makes it very hard for a normal guy to understand,' noted Mr Bernd Hartmann of MFG Baden-Württemberg.

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