Source APR.. APR launches new Corporate Website, changes Business Model APR announces today the start of its new Corporate Internet site reflecting a apparent strategic change in the APR Business Model and competitive positioning in order to better compete in the very rapidly changing Healthcare market. The company repositioning is also reflected in its revised logo design. The Pharmaceutical industry has always been driven by Development but today and even more in the future we are in need of new, more co-operative ways to approach innovation and this new paradigm can be valid for development companies like APR, continued Paolo Galfetti. Related StoriesApplying a high restaurant model to health care communications: an interview with Brandi Robinson, SanofiUsing integrated molecular pathology to manage incidental pancreatic cysts: an interview with Dr Ananya DasReducing hospital readmissions through Transitional Treatment: an interview with Rani KhetarpalThe brand-new APR Business Model is devoted to Innovation and just how that is attracted, developed, understood and managed: Attract Innovation: by opening to a wider range of partnering opportunities including funding and immediate investment in growing businesses and projects synergic with APR primary competencies; Develop Innovation: the capability to plan, manage and execute complicated projects offering sustainable benefits to Healthcare suppliers and sufferers by merging together different pieces of know-how, competence and resources; Realizing Innovation: exceed just licensing out the outcomes of development, but also delivering answers to customers, as services contractor or through jv participations, and enhancing and helping the direct exploitation of the innovation; Managing Invention: Capitalize on the partnerships to stay on the advantage of innovation for a long period period.Related StoriesChronic fatigue a long-term problem for testicular cancers survivorsWeight loss and workout improve ovulation in females with polycystic ovary syndromeStudy shows restoring testosterone production in men will not effect their fertilityThis offers been known for more than a century; researchers recently found a primary correlation between finger lengths and the amount of testosterone a fetus is exposed to in the womb. The shorter the index finger relative to the ring finger, the higher the amount of prenatal testosterone, and–as Bailey and Hurd have now shown–the more likely he will be physically aggressive throughout his life. Women do not have this feature. ‘More than anything, I believe the findings reinforce and underline a large component of our personalities and our traits are decided while we’re still in the womb,’ stated Hurd.