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2 Paul Jackson, chief executive of the ETB said: "It is important to remember that there is an ongoing and vital role for engineers in our economy and our society at large, particularly when it comes to overcoming increasing environmental challenges.
Meanwhile, the ETB has started a campaign to encourage engineering students in further education to pursue careers in industry.
In a presentation, entitled "Engineered Toxin Bodies (ETB) Deliver siRNA Payloads to the Cytosol of Targeted Cells," the company will report the development of ETBs that are capable of delivering siRNA molecules in a target and cell specific manner.
John Morton, chief executive of the ETB, said: "In countries like China, engineering is a highly valued profession.
Scheinberg to rapidly drive our ETB program for CD20 toward human clinical trials.
We look forward to sharing these preclinical data that demonstrate the unique capabilities of our maturing ETB platform technology," said Eric Poma, president and chief executive officer of Molecular Templates.
Sir Anthony commented: "I am very pleased to be joining the ETB at this key stage of its development.
ETB has introduced bundled offerings to gain loyalty from existing customers in the residential segment, including an agreement with DirectTV, in order to mitigate competitive pressures.
Working with ETB we will continue to champion the role of the Engineering Technician in adding value to business.
In order to face competition and as part of its strategy, ETB is about to choose a strategic partner and has introduced bundled offerings to gain loyalty from existing customers in the residential segment, including an agreement with DirectTV.
ETB is the leading provider of local and broadband services in Bogota and is expected to expand its presence and customer base over the next few years in both the residential and corporate segment.
ETB asked HP to assess its enterprise architecture and define an evolutionary path toward a more streamlined structure that better supports business strategies.