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Open Access Government February 2018

Open Access Government February 2018 underlines a wide range of government policy issues from all around the world, including health, science and research, ICT, transport, environment, energy, the built environment and agriculture. A selection is given below: Reducing the burden of non-communicable diseases in Finland Minister of Social Affairs and Health in Finland,...

Remortgages reach nine-year high in January 2018

The number of remortgages in January 2018 reached a nine-year high while the number of first-time buyers and home movers both increased compared to the same period in the previous year
What is Bitcoin Cryptocurrency?

What is Bitcoin Cryptocurrency?

Bitcoin this, Blockchain that. All we ever hear about lately is cryptocurrencies and how they are going to transform the world. But what exactly...

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Blockchain Innovation

Blockchain Innovation February 2018

Welcome to the February 2018 Blockchain Innovation supplement. We begin with an article by Vice-President and European Commissioner for Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip, who shares his thoughts on how digitisation is changing both people and society, including disruptive technologies such as blockchain. Updating us on the latest developments in...
brain research

New brain research provides insight into how circuits regulate sleep

As Brain Awareness Week continues, new NIH-funded research suggests a part of the brain’s internal clock constantly monitors changes in external temperature

Nanomaterials in the healthcare sector: The navigation paradox applied to healthcare

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan shares her expertise on nanomaterials in today’s healthcare sector, including therapeutic precision versus nanotoxicology risk.
personal injury claims

Will Brexit affect the future of personal injury claims?

Many lawyers across the UK are concerned with the impact Brexit will have on future personal injury claims. Law firm, Tilly Bailey and Irvine ­– experts in medical negligence cases – has looked into how UK lawyers, clients and practices will adapt to a post-Brexit climate.
high-rise housing estates

The role of planning in the deterioration of high-rise housing estates

Dr Gideon Bolt from the Faculty of Geosciences at Utrecht University shares his expert perspective on the role of planning in the deterioration of high-rise housing estates.
new EPC legislation

New EPC legislation could shock UK landlords and tenants

New research from Just Landlords has exposed a nationwide ignorance to a new EPC legislation that will come into effect on 1st April for all new lets and relets, and for all existing tenancies on 1st April 2020
interpersonal skills

Technology in education is hindering student’s interpersonal skills

According to a recent survey, over 50% of teachers believe that technology in the classroom has hindered the interpersonal skills of pupils the most

How does the UK plan to tackle the pothole headache?

Northgate Vehicle Hire explores how authorities are addressing the pothole situation on UK roads as the RAC voices its concerns about the worsening issue

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