Category: Science

CORESTA registration open

CORESTA registration open

| July 10, 2017

The ‘early registration’ deadlines for CORESTA’s 2017 Joint Study Group meetings are July 31 and August 1.

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Vapor no bar to healing

Vapor no bar to healing

| June 26, 2017

In another contribution to the scientific study of vapor and nicotine, British American Tobacco has found that vapor does not, under the conditions of the study, impede the healing of wounds.

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Research under-appreciated

Research under-appreciated

| June 26, 2017

The once-famous tobacco research station at Kutsaga, Harare, is struggling with problems created by underfunding.

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A burning question

A burning question

| June 15, 2017

At the Global Forum on Nicotine, now being held in Poland, British American Tobacco is due to describe how to tell whether tobacco in a heated-tobacco product is being heated or burnt.

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Hybrid device less risky

Hybrid device less risky

| June 5, 2017

The vapor from heated tobacco products, including that from British American Tobacco’s hybrid, iFuse, appears to offer a far-less risky experience than does the smoke from traditional cigarettes.

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Nanoparticles lower toxicity

Nanoparticles lower toxicity

| May 30, 2017

Researchers in Germany have discovered that copper hydroxide nanoparticles provide protection against toxic oxygen radicals in cigarette smoke.

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Vapor trial

Vapor trial

| May 29, 2017

Analysis of the vapor from British American Tobacco’s heated tobacco product, iFuse, has underlined the importance of product development in the quest for harm reduction.

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FDA starts iQOS review

FDA starts iQOS review

| May 26, 2017

Philip Morris International says the US Food and Drug Administration has established a one-year, non-binding timetable for reviewing Modified Risk Tobacco Product applications.

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IQOS safety questioned

IQOS safety questioned

| May 25, 2017

The idea that the consumption of heat-not-burn products is considerably less risky than is the consumption of traditional tobacco cigarettes has been questioned by researchers in Switzerland.

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Deadline extended

Deadline extended

| May 24, 2017

The deadline for the submission of abstracts of papers intended for presentation at CORESTA’s 2017 Joint Study Group meetings has been extended until May 26.

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New product trialled

New product trialled

| May 23, 2017

News of Philip Morris International’s test-marketing of new generation e-vapor technology is carried in the company’s latest issue of its Scientific Update for Smoke-Free Products.

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Interested in water pipes?

Interested in water pipes?

| May 15, 2017

While the use of water pipes has expanded geographically in recent years, the science has lagged behind. CORESTA is now asking whether the science ought to try to catch up.

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Snus milestone passed

Snus milestone passed

| May 12, 2017

A new study has ‘dismissed’ what was the last remaining risk alert in respect of Swedish snus, which can now take its place alongside nicotine gum and patches on the risk continuum.

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CORESTA reporting

CORESTA reporting

| May 11, 2017

CORESTA reports and information on projects that the scientific organization has undertaken are being made available on the organization’s website.

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GFN program complete

GFN program complete

| May 8, 2017

The program for the 2017 Global Forum on Nicotine is complete and organizers have published the details of the speakers and chairpersons who are due to take part.

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E-liquids allergy guide

E-liquids allergy guide

| May 3, 2017

Some e-liquid ingredients have the potential to cause allergic reactions of varying severity; so British American Tobacco has produced a guide to help producers avoid the risks.

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Abstracts deadline nears

Abstracts deadline nears

| May 1, 2017

CORESTA’s Joint Study Group meetings are due to be held in October, but the deadline for the submission of paper abstracts is drawing near.

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E-cig evidence mounts

E-cig evidence mounts

| April 27, 2017

British American Tobacco, which has been assiduous during recent years in its nicotine-product research, has uncovered further evidence that vapor is hugely less risky than is smoke.

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Vapor far less toxic

Vapor far less toxic

| April 18, 2017

British American Tobacco is continuing its quest to establish scientifically whether or not vapor is less risky than is smoke. To date; all the signs are that vapor is far less risky.

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GFN program nearly complete

GFN program nearly complete

| April 13, 2017

The program for the 2017 Global Forum on Nicotine is almost complete and organizers have published the details of the speakers and chairpersons who are due to take part.

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