Stephen Lawrence, clinical lead for diabetes at the Royal College of General Practitioners and fellow at Warwick University, heralded the DiRECT paper
as a "landmark study".
Van Leer had been producing diffractive metallised papers using a transfer process, but Dennison had developed a direct paper
hologram embossing method, and Van Leer's acquisition announcement referred to Dennison's 'highly acclaimed holographic products' and plans to integrate them in to its European operation, suggesting that it would be setting up productior of holographic paper at its Welsh facilities.
For example, If transmitted and Direct Paper
accepted (by 11:00 a.m.) deposit check between sent mailed January 12 and January 18 January 26 February 2 March 1 and March 8 March 16 March 23 April 12 and April 19 April 27 May 4 Source: IRS e-file 2007 Refund Cycle Chart, www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p2G43.pdf.
Recounts are easy--by definition, there's a direct paper
trail for every vote.
A direct paper
path reduces paper jams, saves time and thus increases productivity.
This could mean a savings of more than $80,000 in direct paper