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Secondly, entrepreneurs and brands alike are having to find alternative ways to expand and internationalise, with landlords, rents and regulations posing stumbling blocks in markets across the globe - another major disruptor.
Prioritizing global IT investments will be incomplete without a thorough study of Asia/Pacific digital disruptors within clear categories of opportunities," said Mr.
An easily transportable power source that provides cheap and renewable energy would truly be a disruptor.
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that interfere with the hormonal system of humans or other organisms.
Now that we seem to be at the end of our ride at Invention Land, we are relying on disruptors to push the envelope.
Disruptors is a two-day conference which will inspire business disruptors at the intersection of sports and technology, marketing, media, fan engagement, and more.
Addressing all ten sectors of the S&P 500, the sector disruptors report identifies potential sector winners and losers based on whether companies can adapt to new marketplace changes.
As the scientist who coined the term "endocrine disruptor," Theo--as we had the privilege to call her--played a watershed role in the field of environmental health science, particularly in raising public awareness of the effects of chemical contaminants on human health and the environment.
Other endocrine disruptors may increase the chance of prostate cancer in men.
The scientists showed that when endocrine disruptors were applied at concentrations measured in body fluids, it directly opened CatSper and, thereby, increased the calcium levels in sperm, changed their swimming behavior, and triggered the release of digestive enzymes that helped the sperm to break through the egg coat.
These disruptors often appear as failed experiments in the market and are frequently launched by innovators outside of the industry.
Understanding which disruptors are true issues or opportunities and which ones are distractions is a critical element in developing a business strategy.
The EU is not ready to establish a regulatory framework for endocrine disruptors.
Endocrine disruptors are found in everything from plastics to pesticides, toys to cosmetics, and there are growing concerns about their safety.
Identified in 2006 by Bruce Blumberg, professor of developmental and cell biology at the University of California, Irvine, obesogens are part of a larger group of synthetic chemicals known as endocrine disruptors.