LAS VEGAS, NV, November 24, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Centaurus Diamond Technologies, Inc. (The ‘Company’ or ‘Centaurus Diamond Technologies’ or ‘Centaurus’) (OTCPINK: CTDT) The Board of directors, along with senior Management at Centaurus Diamond Technologies, Inc., is pleased to announce the acquisition and evolution of a new generation of crushing and milling technology machines that use Physics based innovation to “Autogenously” process materials. The technology succeeds in significantly reducing wear and tear on equipment while dramatically increasing the amount of crushing and milling capability to as much as 600 mesh in particle size. Due to the way the technology processes material, the surface area of the processed material is significantly increased, providing for greater efficiency in many industrial applications, particularly in the field of mining and mineral processing, pharmaceutical and chemical production. It is also synergistic in our overall R&D bench-marks in milling, mining, and numerous other applications and processes.
Released on: September 21, 2015, 8:15 am (EDT)
Author: Zaheer Jaffri
- College receives QAA Quality Mark
- Review conducted in June 2015
- Commendation demonstrates that facility meets the highest level of quality and standards
Greater London, September 21, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — As the leading UK independent regulatory body for monitoring and advising on standards in Higher Education, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) is recognised and highly respected in the industry. QAA’s last review of UKCBC was conducted back in June 2015, and a team of QAA reviewers visited the main campus to evaluate quality standards. As such, it is with great pride that the UK College of Business and Computing (UKCBC) has announced that it achieved the QAA Quality Mark which has been maintained consecutively for the past 4 years.
Released on: September 14, 2015, 1:11 pm
Author: Steven Riznyk
San Diego, CA, September 14, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — People clutched their proverbial pearls when the Ashley Madison scandal hit the news last month. Hackers released the identities of 37 million account holders on a website dedicated to facilitating extramarital affairs. Simultaneously, a resounding chorus of male voices practicing their alibies echoed into the stratosphere. Meanwhile, scorned women poured themselves a glass of Pinot while plotting their revenge.