- Keep calm and carry on with ViewRanger’s Great British Bank Holiday Competition
- British team set to shine at World Solar Challenge 2013
- Share adventures in real time with ViewRanger’s ‘TripStories’
- Cats speak to their owners, but are you listening?
- Preparation is key to avoid roaming charges abroad says Viewranger
Author Archives: Victoria Ellis
Highly innovative bullet shaped solar vehicle enters marathon across Australia A young British racing team has one of the best chances in a decade for victory in the World Solar Challenge, a gruelling 3,000 km marathon across the heart of … Continue reading
ViewRanger, the award-winning free GPS navigation and trail creation app, has launched V4.1 this week with unique ‘TripStories’ feature. The update makes it even easier for users to share their outdoor adventures where and when they happen on social media … Continue reading
CATS SPEAK TO THEIR OWNERS, BUT ARE YOU LISTENING? First CatWatch Day findings show even devoted owners may miss signs of stress Cats adjust their behaviour to communicate with humans, but few of us understand their efforts. Findings from the … Continue reading
PREPARATION IS KEY TO AVOID ROAMING CHARGES ABROAD SAYS VIEWRANGER Craig Wareham gives advice on how best to use your phone abroad this summer The benefits of having a map on your phone are even greater when abroad and in … Continue reading
Altacor to discuss findings at BCLA (Stand 30), 7-9th June 2013 There are still many patients going to secondary care for dry eye problems that could be effectively treated in the community.
MIA approval positions Melbourn well for Inhalation Asia 26-28th June 2013 Import testing for companies wanting to access European markets is just one of the services being offered by Melbourn Scientific at Inhalation Asia.
Norwich Research Park company helps drivers and growers with weather advice As the cold weather continues, Weatherquest, based at Norwich Research Park is experiencing one of its peak periods. The company provides detailed and application-specific weather forecasts, which allow business … Continue reading
Quality of life improved with pet door says Royal Veterinary College animal behaviour consultant Dogs need the sensory stimulation that comes with the new smells, sounds and sights found outdoors. However new research has found that many dogs are confined … Continue reading
New evidence suggests that alcohol leaves behind more than just a sore head. A recent study has shown the dehydrating effects of alcohol can irritate the eyes and cause symptoms of dry eye for people with otherwise healthy eyes. Drinking … Continue reading