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Daniel Elliott of PYXERA Global to Talk About Power of Collective Impact and Pro Bono Partnership at Global Pro Bono Summit in Berlin

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Feb. 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Daniel Elliott, Key Client Manager at PYXERA Global, will lead an interactive workshop at the 2015 Global Pro Bono Summit in Berlin, Germany this Friday. Elliott will discuss techniques for deeper collaboration between pro bono implementers to create collective impact.

Healthcare Breakthrough: Innovation Coalition Supports 'Last Mile' Of Care In Underserved Regions

By Susan Galer, SAP
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In Uganda, the donation of a simple mosquito net can mean the difference between life and death to the family of Sarah Namugosa, a pregnant woman recently recovered from Malaria.

SAP to Fund Irish Students Interested in STEM Sector Through College

German software giant will pay 5-10 students €22,000 per year for duration of their degree
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By Pamela Newenham

Software firm SAP is looking to fund between five and 10 students here through third-level education, as part of an expansion of its Germany-based vocational training programme.

SAP on the Frontline Against Infectious Disease

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Decades ago, many believed the fight against infectious diseases had been won. But diseases like HIV-AIDS have emerged and become epidemics. Malaria and tuberculosis still persist, impacting the lives of millions of children worldwide annually. And newer threats like Ebola have taken center stage. Around the world, SAP is developing technology solutions and teaming with organizations to fight these diseases. See how SAP used SAP HANA cloud platform and other innovations to help contain Ebola.

Hot Topic: SAP Takes Corporate Responsibility to New Levels

by Ruth Palombo Weiss
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SAP recognizes and embraces its commitment to the communities in which it operates, says Katie Morgan, SAP head of corporate social responsibility for North America. “We believe the private sector plays a vital role in creating a level playing field, driving innovation, and building an environment that enhances education and entrepreneurship to foster economic growth,” says Morgan. 

What is World Class EHS, and How to Achieve It

5 Key Dimensions of a Safe, Sustainable Enterprise
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Last year, I had the pleasure of hearing Gary Rosenblum of the Campbell Institute speak at the SAP Conference for Environment, Health and Safety Management in Houston.  The Campbell Institute is the EHS Center of Excellence of the National Safety Council.  It’s a forum for leaders in EHS to exchange ideas and collaborate across industry sectors to identify and refine best EHS practices, and a platform to prese

SAP Helps Saves Lives with Digitized Health Care

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Last month the World Health Organization reported that non-communicable diseases (NCDs) kill 38 million people each year. Many NCDs -- primarily heart disease, diabetes, pulmonary diseases and cancer – are preventable or curable with appropriate medical intervention and ongoing care.

Video: SAP Decodes the Human Proteome

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Scientists from the Technical University in Munich and SAP have teamed up to generate a comprehensive map of protein across the human body. Using computer databases and the in-memory technology SAP HANA it's possible to put the protein molecules into context in order to find commonalities and differences. Examining the proteins of a cell could help to fight diseases like cancer, diabetes, dementia and others. An infected cell can be differentiated from a healthy cell by its protein presence and levels.

In Good Company: SAP Joins Green Energy Initiative RE100

by Bettina Wunderle
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SAP is now one of 15 global corporations that have signed on to the RE100 initiative. The goal of the campaign is to have 100 of the world’s most influential businesses commit to 100% renewable power by 2020.

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SAP is now one of 15 global corporations that have signed on to the RE100 initiative. The goal of the campaign is to have 100 of the world’s most influential businesses commit to 100% renewable power by 2020.

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