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Bayer once again Included in CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index

Bayer Rated International Climate Protection Leader in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Index offers institutional investors a guide for making sustainable investments
Leverkusen. Bayer has been confirmed as a leading global company in the pharmaceutical industry when it comes to climate protection. In recognition of its achievements in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and its strategic handling of the consequences of climate change, the Group has once again been included in "The A List: The CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index." To compile the 2014 list, nearly 2,000 of the world’s largest listed companies were assessed, and 187 groups from various industries were included in the climate index.  » more
Stefan Hell’s work revolutionized the field of microscopy. Click on the picture to watch a video about the scientist.
Revolution in the Field of Microscopy

Stefan Hell Wins 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Leverkusen. The physicist Stefan Hell, who has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry, revolutionized the field of microscopy. Thanks to his invention, scientists can now observe the nanostructures in living cells in high resolution. Discover more about his work in a video portrait of the scientist. » more
Children in Liberia wash their hands. Awareness and prevention campaigns have also been introduced to inform the population in rural areas about how to help prevent the spread of Ebola.
Big Aid Package Follows Immediate Relief

Bayer Donates Medicines Worth USD 3.2 Million for Ebola Victims

Leverkusen. Bayer is making drugs with a market value of USD 3.2 million available to the U.S. aid organization Direct Relief free of charge to treat Ebola patients in Sierra Leone and Liberia. » more
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Bayer Supports World Thrombosis Day as Founding Global Partner

Berlin. As founding global partner, Bayer HealthCare joins the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) today to launch the annual World Thrombosis Day. Held for the first time, World Thrombosis Day is dedicated to focusing attention on the underlying condition responsible for the three leading causes of cardiovascular death – heart attack, stroke and venous thromboembolism (VTE, or venous blood clots).  » more
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Prof. Otmar D. Wiestler
Dr. Klaus Kleinfeld Concentrating on Other Offices

Prof. Otmar D. Wiestler Appointed to Supervisory Board of Bayer AG

Leverkusen. The Local Court of Cologne has appointed Professor Otmar D. Wiestler (57) to the Supervisory Board of Bayer AG. He replaces Dr. Klaus Kleinfeld (56), who left the Supervisory Board at his own request effective September 30, 2014, in order to concentrate on his other offices and honorary posts, some of which are in the United States. » more
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The "Computational Biology @ Bayer" workshop in Boston
Postdoc Workshop "Computational Biology @ Bayer"

Attracting Top New Talent for Computerized Research

Boston. As an innovation company, it is crucially important to Bayer's future success that it interacts with the next generation of outstanding young scientists, and wins the best of them for the company. 26 selected post-doctoral students from top universities around the world therefore recently met with Bayer experts in Boston for the "Computational Biology @ Bayer" workshop. » more
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The Bayer Foundation supports ambitious students with a scholarship.
Bayer Science & Education Foundation

New Scholarships Worth EUR 268,000 to Promote International Talents

Leverkusen. The Bayer Science & Education Foundation is making available approximately EUR 268,000 for 57 talented young people who wish to realize international study and vocational training projects. The new scholarship recipients are students of the natural sciences, engineering and medicine, as well those training to become science teachers or young people from skilled non-academic professions. » more
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"Enhancing life for the better? At Bayer you’re expected to": The new employer brand comprises the four key promises that Bayer stands for.
Passion to innovate | Power to change: The Key Promises

Together We Are Strong: Bayer Backs Teamwork

Leverkusen. Without the dedication and commitment of all its employees, Bayer never would have become the leading global innovation company it is today. True achievement only comes with a top-notch team. The second of the key promises of our employer brand "Passion to innovate | Power to change" highlights this: "At Bayer you can engage in open and inspiring work with people who share your passion to turn pioneering ideas into life-changing solutions." » more
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Vanessa Low set a new world record of 4.60 m.
Vanessa Low with New World Record

Bayer Athletes Shine at Grand Prix in Birmingham

Birmingham. Bayer's athletes carried over their momentum from the IPC Athletics European Championships to also shine at the Grand Prix in Birmingham. In the women's long jump in the category T44/T42, Vanessa Low even set a new world record with a jump of 4.60 m. » more
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In focus in the latest edition of "research" is the innovative power of researcher networks.
Latest Edition of research, the Bayer Scientific Magazine

Cutting-Edge Research in Global Networks

Leverkusen. Once again, the latest developments in medicine, agriculture and material sciences are the focus of the new edition of research, the Bayer scientific magazine. In the cover story "Networking for better healthcare," researchers from Bayer HealthCare explain, for example, their research into new diagnostic markers and potential targets for diseases with a high unmet medical need. To develop suitable treatment options, Bayer researchers work closely with scientists from renowned universities and institutions throughout the world, including in the United States and China. » more
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New Zealand Innovators Awards
Auckland. Bayer is firmly placed in the New Zealand innovation landscape following a hugely successful and record-breaking New Zealand Innovators Awards evening, recently held in Auckland. » more
Science For A Better Life on Tour
Madrid. The Science For A Better Life tour recently landed at the Puerta de Atocha railway station in Madrid, bringing innovation directly to travelers and visitors to the city. In addition to the more than 5,000 people who visited the exhibition from October 9-13, around 500 high school and university students joined guided tours of the exhibition, with explanations and commentary by young scientists who introduced the students to Bayer’s innovations in their own language. » more
Southern States Buying Show
Charlotte. Bayer’s Animal Health, CropScience and Environmental Science divisions all had a presence at the recent Southern States Buying Show, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. But what made this year different is that, for the first time, they worked collaboratively to bring to life several Bayer divisions in one booth! » more
Bayer Journalism Prize in Costa Rica
San Jose. Over the past twelve months, Costa Rican communication media has seen an increase in journalistic work focused on innovation for sustainable development. The best of these contributions recently received well-deserved recognition from Bayer. » more
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