Monthly Archives: July 2015

Developer hopes new King Edward hotel will open in time for 2017

Developer hopes new King Edward hotel will open in time for 2017
King Edward and St. Patrick make for a busy intersection, but, he said, the hotel chain is confident the new project will attract tourists and businesspeople who want to stay close to the ByWard Market and hopefully spark further redevelopment along …
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On Prince Edward Island, a Seafood-Dining Excursion
Ross Munro, a former restaurant chef who runs food excursions through his company PEI Culinary Adventures, picked us up at our hotel in Charlottetown, the capital, and drove us 70 minutes northwest to Cascumpec Bay Oyster Co. The 50-acre family-run …
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How Debt Tamed the Donald
In fact, the evidence is that Trump was badly stung by his repeated corporate bankruptcies—only twice before in U.S. history has a company gone under four or more times and survived, according to New York University finance expert Edward Altman —and …
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John Gilchrist: Four Edmonton restaurants worth the drive

John Gilchrist: Four Edmonton restaurants worth the drive
Edmonton born and bred, O'Flynn worked as executive chef at London's five-star Milestone Hotel before returning to his homeland. His win at the Canadian Culinary … Located in the former Murrieta's at 10612 — 82 Ave. N.W. (780-757-2727), Ampersand …
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Inside Out – London Press Conference | DIY
Inside Out – London Press Conference. Inside Out – London Press Conference. Writer-director Pete Docter flew to … Amy: I would have thought it was 80-82-year-old men. That's what you taught me in Up. On the researching of the film, talking to …
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Euro vs. British Pound comparison: Hotel prices up to 21% cheaper in GBP; 15
LONDON – With the pound at an eight year high against the euro, hotel search website trivago.co.uk has analysed the average cost of a hotel room in both euros and pounds. Based on the 12 most popular countries in the Eurozone, prices in July 2015 …
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Hunter S. Thompson – Hotel Continental Palace: “We Should Be in Saigon, in Loren Jenkins’ Room, #48 of the Continental Palace Hotel.”


Hunter S. Thompson – Hotel Continental Palace: “We Should Be in Saigon, in Loren Jenkins’ Room, #48 of the Continental Palace Hotel.”
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Glass Bottle Crusher Will Cut Hotel's Waste Glass Volumes Up to 80%

Glass Bottle Crusher Will Cut Hotel's Waste Glass Volumes Up to 80%
PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has installed a BB01 Baby Jaws under-the-counter waste glass bottle crusher at a London hotel that the waste reduction equipment company says will cut the hotel's waste glass volumes by up to 80 percent and, as a result, …
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Now Playing Onstage in Boston – Week of 4/05/2015
After the success last year's sold out concerts with the African Children's Choir, South Shore Conservatory (SSC) and the Plymouth Public Schools (PPS) collaborate again to present two concerts on Friday, April 10, 7 pm and Saturday, April 11, 7 pm, at …
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London's Radisson Edwardian hotels become Radisson Blu this year
Frequent travellers to the UK (and especially London) will have come across the upper-mid-range Radisson Edwardian hotels, but they won't be seen for much longer. All thirteen hotels will turn into Radisson Blu properties by the end of the year, so don …
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Hotels in Earls Court

Britain’s capital city, London is a global city in itself – it offers something for everyone – iconic historical landmarks and structures, modern shopping arcades that host Europe’s best brands, lush gardens at their best for nature lovers and lots more. Add to the list an exquisite choice of cuisine that one can relish during their stay here. Some of the major attractions such as the Big Ben, the London Eye, and Madame Tussauds wax museum are places that just cannot be missed during your stay in London.
Among the many districts and venues in London city, the Earls court area is one of the significant ones. Regarded as one of the best entertainment venues in the whole London city, Earls Court and Olympia area attract the maximum number of tourists. If we go down the history lane then we’ll find out that this area used to host the chocolate and confectionary exhibition way back in 1937 and till today it keeps hosting popular events and exhibitions that cater to diverse audiences. It is the sheer flexibility with which Earls Court and Olympia flawlessly hosts these huge events meant for local as well as global audiences. And the fact that these showcases are ranked at an international level, it therefore manages to attract spectators from all across the globe.
The popular area therefore attracts a large number of tourists and for all the visitors there are plenty of options to stay too. Records show that the Earls Court area is visited by over 3 million visitors in a single year. So when someone is looking to book hotels in Earls Court, they must make it a point to do so in time. Frequent visitors to London are aware of the areas that offer reasonable hotels in Earls Court area. They are also aware of the many things to keep in mind while booking a hotel – the proximity of the hotel from the airport and its distance from the tourist attractions and local markets etc. Most of the hotels in Earls Court enjoy a very convenient location of being situated within Central London.  The hotels are also within walking distance from the major points of interest such as the Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum and also the fashionable Harrods. Other major attractions that surround the hotels near Earls Court and can be reached by taking the underground tube are Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Oxford Street and the Big Ben.

The trendy and stylish location of Earls Court has several good accommodations for the visitors. The properties are situated in prim streets dotted with trees and are just a few miles walk from the Earls Court hotels, thus making it easy for the visitors to travel around the city with ease.

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Business & Decision Life Sciences (BDLS) Platinum Sponsor at This Years PhUSE Conference in London (12th 15th October 2014)


Brussels, Belgium (PRWEB UK) 25 September 2014

As a global CRO specialising in CDISC data solutions, BDLS is proud to be a platinum sponsor at the PhUSE 10th anniversary conference to be held in London next month.

With 10 technical CDISC presentations to be delivered across a range of conference streams, BLDS staff will be sharing our experience, insights and knowledge of the rapidly evolving data standards landscape.

Alongside the presentations, BDLS will be conducting an interactive CDISC SDTM & ADaM workshop on behalf of PhUSE. This will be the third year that BDLS have run workshops at the conference, and pre-conference interest is high.

“The acceptance of CDISC standards is firmly embedded throughout the industry now,” commented Peter Van Reusel, BDLS’ COO, “but the rate of change means that it is a real challenge for everyone to keep up-to-date with the latest developments and releases. BDLS see this as part of our core mission and services to our clients.”

At PhUSE, more than 140 papers and posters will be presented, with BDLS delivering presentations on:


“ADaM Conversions: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” Carla Santillan & Jessica Minkue
“Creating a Personal View on the Data via Using a Virtual Private Database” Sébastien Roland & Bart Van Win
“ADaM Standards: What’s New?” Gavin Winpenny
“How the Release of the Therapeutic Area Asthma User Guide Affects an Ongoing Submission” Nick De Donder
“Handling non-Standardised Questionnaires” Anne Sophie Bekx
“Your Clinical Data Standards Library Ready for Change? Adapting to TA Specific Standards” Lauren Shinaberry
“Manage Your SAS Drug Development Environment” Bart Van Win & Sébastien Roland
“Small Sample Bayesian Factor Analysis” Dirk Heerwegh
“Why Don’t you Define it?” Nick De Donder & Anne-Sophie Bekx
“FDA Guidance on Standardised Study Data for Electronic Submissions” Lauren Shinaberry

“PhUSE has become a phenomenal global success that has encouraged co-operation and commitment across the industry. This year’s theme of Data Transparency underlines the forces that will shape the next five years in pharma,” said Van Reusel. “BDLS has been a supporter of PhUSE from its inception, and I’m delighted we are platinum sponsors for the 10th anniversary event, as well as sponsoring the opening evening event.

“BDLS is actively involved CDISC data standards around the world, and we regularly present at conferences and events. The dynamic changes that are taking place in the industry means that companies need to focus on standards and their management. Our CDmation platform is helping both pharma companies and CROs save time and money in dealing with multiple changing data standards. We’re excited to be able to share our experiences at this event.”

About Business & Decisions Life Sciences

Business & Decision Life Sciences is part of the Business & Decision Group, an international consulting and Systems Integration company founded in 1992 and listed on the Eurolist C exchange.

Business & Decision Life Sciences is specialized in the delivery of services and provision of solutions in the Life Sciences industry. With 20 years of experience, it supports its clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology, food and cosmetics industries.

Core skills include the provision of a range of expert CRO and consulting services (supporting clinical trials in the operational, data management, analytical, outcome research, and document writing area) and the implementation of technology-based, clinical applications and solutions tailored for the Life Sciences industry.

Business & Decision Life Sciences headquarters are located in Brussels, Belgium and has a strong international presence in five countries in North America and Europe. Further information is available at http://www.businessdecision-lifesciences.com/.

About CDmation

CDmation is a fully automated, CDISC compliant, clinical data standards platform and study metadata repository solution adapted to your needs. CDmation is developed in an audited and certified Quality Management System under the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) procedures that are required for any system that operates in a regulated environment.

The CDmation platform comprises a single user interface with 5 functional areas, enabling you to:

Significantly increase the control over the definition of standards library
Faster adoption of new CDISC standards
Decrease study specification cycle times
Ensure consistency of study definitions within projects and across compounds
Improve the overall quality of clinical data
Reduce delays running up to regulatory submissions
Define study metadata for electronic data capturing (EDC) and towards your Contract Research Organization (CRO)
Validate data and produce issue reports based on automated comparisons between data received from the CRO and your study design

Further information is available at http://www.cdmation.com

About PhUSE

PhUSE, Share – Contribute – Advance, provides the industry with the premier platform for creating and sharing ideas, tools and standards around data, statistical and reporting technologies; PhUSE is the world’s largest non-profit, volunteer-supported, community of professionals who are passionate about advancement of clinical-biometric information. Since its inception, PhUSE has expanded from its roots as a conference for European Statistical Programmers, to a global platform for the discussion of topics encompassing the work of Clinical Data Scientists and eClinical IT professionals.

The 10th PhUSE annual conference will take place October 12th to 15th at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. Visit http://www.phuse.eu/ annual-conference.aspx for further information and for registration.