MONTREAL, Oct. 17, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — During a plenary lecture at the 26th World Congress of Neurology, Dr. Anthony Lang, professor of neurology and Jack Clark Chair for Parkinson’s Disease Research, University of Toronto, revealed a groundbreaking new model for identifying and studying Parkinson’s disease. This new approach will help researchers investigate biological aspects of the disease that may be detectable many years before symptoms begin to show.
The new model outlines three criteria for identifying Parkinson’s disease based on distinct, measurable biological factors. Lang explained that this new biological model will allow doctors and researchers to understand Parkinson’s in deeper and more complex ways than current clinical models, which are limited to observing symptoms in individual patients.
“We believe this is a radically different way of looking at Parkinson’s disease,” said Lang. “We’ve reached a point where, in the era of novel biomarkers … our research needs to be driven by biological determinants of the disease rather than simply limited to a clinical description of the signs and symptoms.”
Novel Parkinson’s Classification Model Offers New Criteria for Defining DiseaseParkinson’s is typically diagnosed by doctors identifying symptoms in a clinical setting. In recent decades, researchers have uncovered biological causes for the disease — including genetic factors and the presence of the synuclein protein in the brain — but until recently, methods to test for these biomarkers in living patients have been largely unavailable. Lang hopes this major step toward a biological model will drive research to investigate these biomarkers and give scientists a more complex understanding of the disease. This in turn may drive development of new diagnosis and treatment methods.
Lang and his colleagues call this new model “SynNeurGe” (pronounced “synergy”), based on the three key biological aspects used to identify the disease and their important interactions:
Syn – The presence of the alpha-synuclein protein — often referred to as the “Parkinson’s protein” — which can currently be measured in bodily fluids like spinal fluid as well as in the skin and, hopefully in the near future, in the blood.Neur – The presence of neurodegeneration that occurs as Parkinson’s progresses.Ge – The presence of genetic factors known to cause the disease.This new three-part classification aims to account for the many different ways Parkinson’s disease presents in patients. For example, based on current, limited testing methods, some patients with genetic forms of Parkinson’s disease do not show signs of the synuclein protein in the brain after death. Lang hopes future research will ultimately enable doctors to classify patients based on different categories and types of Parkinson’s.
“We can’t limit ourselves just to saying Parkinson’s is a synuclein disease,” said Lang. “If we’re ever going to change the research and advance our understanding of all aspects of the disease — understanding the underlying biology and the various mechanisms whereby cells die, understanding the epidemiology of the disease, developing new biomarkers and eventually moving to precision medicine and successful disease modification — we really need a different classification. Our classification is a much broader, all-encompassing way of looking at Parkinson’s.”
New Model Drives Research in Parkinson’s and Other Disease AreasAdditionally, this model will drive research to better distinguish Parkinson’s from other diseases that cause deterioration in the brain, enabling scientists to develop more effective ways to diagnose and treat these conditions. For example, the synuclein protein is also involved in conditions like multiple system atrophy (MSA). Lang hopes this new approach will give researchers clearer goals for understanding how synuclein is related to brain deterioration and genetic factors in Parkinson’s compared to its role in other, similar diseases. In the future, this may help researchers more accurately distinguish between the early stages of each disease.
Importantly, Lang emphasized that this new biological classification is for research purposes only and is not intended to be applied in clinical care. There are a number of important research questions that need to be answered before this model could be used in routine patient care. For example, researchers need to conduct large prospective studies to better understand the biological factors involved when a patient has a synuclein-positive laboratory result without any clinical symptoms of Parkinson’s.
“Parkinson’s is the most rapidly increasing neurodegenerative disease. It causes tremendous impact on health care and quality of life. We need treatments that will slow the progression and change the natural course of these neurodegenerative diseases,” said Lang. “We have to expand our considerations if we’re ever going to see a change in brain health as it [is impacted by] neurodegenerative diseases, and we really believe this is the first step toward getting there.”
Visit wcn-neurology.com to learn more about Dr. Lang and all the featured research at this year’s WCN.
About the World Congress of Neurology
The World Federation of Neurology’s World Congress of Neurology brings together leading neuroscientists and public health experts to turn research into action and emphasize the importance of brain health across the globe. The 26th biennial conference was held in Montreal from October 15 to 19, 2023, and was co-hosted by the Canadian Neurological Society (CNS).
About the World Federation of Neurology
With support from its 123 national Member Societies, the World Federation of Neurology fosters quality neurology and brain health worldwide by promoting neurological education and training, emphasizing under-resourced areas of the world. As a non-state actor in official relations, WFN supports the World Health Organization (WHO) efforts to give everyone an equal chance to live a healthy life. With Member Societies around the globe, WFN unites the world’s neurologists to ensure quality neurology and advocate for people to have better brain health. Learn more about the World Federation of Neurology at wfneurology.org.
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Global Methane Hub Announces the Enteric Fermentation Research & Development Accelerator, a $200M Agricultural Methane Mitigation Funding Initiative
The Largest-Ever Globally Coordinated Funding Investment in Livestock Methane Mitigation Research Announced at the COP28 Business & Philanthropy Climate Forum
The public, private and philanthropic partnership includes Bezos Earth Fund, Quadrature Climate Fund, Gerstner Philanthropies, High Tide Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Zegar Family Foundation, Danone and more
DUBAI, UAE, Dec. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Today, at COP28, the Global Methane Hub (GMH) announced a more than $200 million funding initiative between public, private and philanthropic partners including the Bezos Earth Fund, Quadrature Climate Fund, Gerstner Philanthropies, High Tide Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Zegar Family Foundation, Danone, the Governments of Ireland, New Zealand and the United States, for research and development (R&D) technologies to meaningfully address and reduce methane emissions from livestock.
The Enteric Fermentation R&D Accelerator, or Accelerator, is the largest-ever, globally coordinated investment of breakthrough research tackling livestock methane emissions. The Global Methane Hub announced the intention to establish the Accelerator at COP27 as an AIM for Climate Innovation Sprint. The Accelerator will unite funders, guided by a science oversight committee, to invest in a globally coordinated research plan. This strategy aims to address gaps in current research and enhance existing efforts. The strategy includes work on exploring new and alternate livestock feed additives, tools to breed low-methane livestock, immunological studies for a methane vaccine, understanding the organisms in the rumen and their functions, and lowering the costs of measurement, essential to generate evidence for regulatory approval and validation of mitigation technologies.
About 40% of the world’s methane emissions come from agriculture, and 70% of that is due to enteric fermentation. This process happens in cows’ digestive systems when sugars are broken down into methane and released through belching. Unfortunately, current research on enteric fermentation is not extensive or coordinated enough to provide efficient and transformative solutions to significantly benefit farmers.
This is the latest milestone to mark the impact GMH is having on global methane reduction efforts since its founding in December 2021.
“The Accelerator is a prime example of the role philanthropy can play in driving substantive climate action and strategically aligning the key players working to solve the most pressing issue of our time,” said Hayden Montgomery, Agriculture Program Director at the Global Methane Hub. “With this effort to synchronize and consolidate public-good research on enteric methane, we aim to make multiple solutions to reduce enteric methane available quickly and provide proof of the efficacy of livestock mitigation technologies.”
“We know that cattle are responsible for most agricultural methane emissions. Promising technological and scientific solutions exist, but for too long, monetary and regulatory barriers have slowed progress and prevented critical research,” said Andy Jarvis, Director of Future of Food at the Bezos Earth Fund. “The Global Methane Hub’s Enteric Methane R&D Accelerator stands to change all of this, unlocking the resources needed to discover and develop low-cost solutions that will dramatically reduce methane emissions from livestock by 2030.”
“Through the Accelerator, we are poised to make a significant impact in driving innovation towards solutions to reduce enteric methane globally,” said Richard Lawrence, director and co-founder of High Tide Foundation. “I would like to thank Danone for stepping up as the first corporation committed to the Accelerator and I encourage others to do the same.”
“As a dairy company, curbing methane emissions is the fastest and most impactful way to slow down global warming,” said Olivier Verdelet, Vice-President Agriculture Cycle at Danone. “To do so, collaboration will be instrumental as we seek for new solutions, speed and sizable impacts. We are eager to collaborate with the Global Methane Hub and other partners to accelerate and test scalable innovations in the field. We believe this will help us build a sustainable, future-fit dairy category that is at the core of our mission to bring health through food to as many people as possible.”
Agricultural methane is projected to increase 40% by 2050. We would have to reduce emissions by 50% in order to meet the accords of the Paris Agreement to keep the global temperature rise to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius. Reducing methane emissions from all sectors, including agriculture, is the fastest way to mitigate climate change.
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Digital Printing for Tableware Market worth $452 million by 2029 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™
CHICAGO, Dec. 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Digital Printing for Tableware market is projected to reach USD 452 million by 2029 from USD 326 million in 2024; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2024 to 2029 according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. Heightened interest in sustainable printing practices, escalating needs within the foodservice sector, swift advancements in digital printing technology, and the accelerated prototyping and assessment of novel designs within the tableware industry are poised to propel the expansion of the Digital Printing for Tableware market.
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Digital Printing for Tableware Market Report Scope:
Market Revenue in 2024
$ 326 million
Estimated Value by 2029
$ 452 million
Poised to grow at a CAGR of 6.8%
Market Size Available for
Value (USD Million/Billion)
Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
By Application, Ink type and Region
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World
Key Market Challenge
Compatibility with limited materials
Key Market Opportunities
Increasing demand from the in-plant market
Key Market Drivers
Rapid technological advancements in digital printers
This market exhibits a promising growth trajectory, buoyed by prospects like escalating demand from the in-plant market, substantial investment in digital printing-centric research and development endeavors, and the consequent decrease in per-unit printing costs facilitated by digital printers.
The Ceramic and porcelain application segment is expected to hold the largest market share of the digital printing for tableware market during the forecast period.
In 2023, the Ceramic and porcelain segment held the largest market share, and this pattern is expected to persist in the forecast period. Cutting edge ceramic digital printing technology for the tableware industry is expected to revolutionize the tableware industry during the forecast period. While digital printing for porcelain tableware combines precision and versatility allowing intricate designs to enable growth of the market. Digital printing for ceramic and porcelain tableware products involves the use of advanced printing technology to apply intricate and high-quality designs directly onto ceramic and porcelain surfaces. This modern printing method has become increasingly popular in the tableware industry due to its ability to offer customization, detailed graphics, and efficient production processes.
The UV Ink segment is expected to hold the largest market share of the digital printing for tableware market during the forecast period.
The use of UV ink in digital printing for the tableware industry is driven by its unique properties and advantages that cater to the specific requirements of decorating and customizing various tableware items, such as ceramics and porcelain. It offers rapid curing, color vibrancy, versatility in design, customization capabilities, durability, efficiency in production, and reduction in waste. Because of such advantages over other inks like ceramic ink, and solvent based ink, the UV ink type is expected to hold the largest market share.
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The North American region is expected to hold the largest market share during the forecast period.
During the forecast period, North America region is poised to experience the most significant growth in the digital printing for tableware market. The surge in consumer appetite for personalized tableware due to digital printing capabilities to deliver unique designs is expected to drive the market growth in the North American region. Also, presence of major companies such as Electronics for Imaging, Inc., Inkcups Now, Boston Industrial Solutions, Inc., and INX International Ink Co., in the North American region enables research and development activities in digital printing technologies benefitting the tableware industry owing to increase in the demand for customization of tableware products across the region.
Key Players Market
SACMI (Italy), Electronics for Imaging, Inc. (US), Inkcups Now (US), Mimaki Engineering Co., ltd. (Japan), Boston Industrial Solutions, Inc. (US), PROJECTA ENGINEERING S.R.L. (Italy), Engineered Printing Solutions (US), INX International Ink Co. (US), KERAjet (Spain), and Dip-Tech Digital Printing Technologies Ltd. (Israel) are key players in the digital printing for tableware companies.
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Syntax Unveils Expanded CxLink Backup Solution at AWS re:Invent 2023
Leading global solutions provider showcases new product support for Oracle cloud backup and recovery operations and achieves AWS Level 1 MSSP Competency
MONTREAL, Dec. 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Syntax Systems, a leading global technology solutions and services provider for cloud application implementation and management, announced Syntax CxLink Backup solution for Oracle databases at AWS re:Invent 2023. This is a strategic enhancement to its suite of solutions that now supports the Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN). CxLink Backup addresses a critical need for enterprise customers running Oracle databases, including SAP customers, as Oracle Database underpins more than 60% of SAP ERP Central Component customer implementations and RMAN integration options are limited.
Enterprise teams managing multiple clouds and stores of data, each with their own routine for proper storage, now have access to a cutting-edge tool to simplify backup and recovery processes as well as disaster recovery strategies. With CxLink Backup, customers now have access to several impactful functions that Oracle Recovery Manager fulfills:
Spares users the complexity of managing backup file details because it’s a module that streamlines and automates backup and recovery.Supports various backup types like full, incremental, differential, and image copies.Enhances backup efficiency and minimizes size with features like compression, parallel processing, and multisection.Ensures data security and reliability through validation, encryption, and cataloging of backups, as well as the ability to rectify corruption or errors.Offers flexible data restoration, including options like flashback, point-in-time recovery, and incomplete recovery, which allows recovery to any specific moment.”In today’s fast-paced digital world, backups are critical for enterprise applications,” said Ricardo Casanovas Ortega, VP of Product Innovation at Syntax. “Many enterprise teams are managing these processes from disparate sources and tools. Our latest features for CxLink Backup, unify and automate recovery processes, giving users a powerful tool that enhances reliability while minimizing complexity.”
In addition to revealing new capabilities in its CxLink solution, Syntax also announced its achievement of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Level 1 Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) Competency and renewed its status in the AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP) Partner Program. These designations recognize and validate leading AWS Partner Network (APN) members that provide full lifecycle solutions to customers and who have met AWS’s requirements for a baseline of managed security services to protect and monitor essential AWS resources 24/7, known as Level 1 Managed Security Services.
“Syntax is very proud to now be part of the elite AWS Partners who have achieved the AWS Level 1 MSSP Competency,” said Christian Primeau, Global CEO of Syntax. “Our strategy is 3-pronged: operate-to-protect, monitor-to-respond and built-to-recover. We are focused on ensuring the integrity of applications running on AWS and the data they store and process. Achieving this AWS Competency designation is recognition of the work the Syntax team delivers and our growing relationship with AWS, which adds value across our entire portfolio.”
The Syntax portfolio offers a wide range of AWS solutions as an AWS Premier Tier Services Partner. Syntax previously achieved the AWS SAP Competency, AWS Oracle Competency, and AWS Migration Competency, and AWS MSP Partner designations and is a member of the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program.
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