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Open Access Government August 2017

Open Access Government August 2017 highlights key topics such as health and social care, research and innovation, the environment, energy, education, ICT and cyber security. A selection is detailed below: Fighting against antimicrobial resistance Antimicrobial resistance is a global problem that requires commitment to tackle it, shares EU Health Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis...
international collaboration

Maintaining international collaboration: Chemistry has no nationality

Royal Society of Chemistry President Professor Sir John Holman reflects on the importance of maintaining international collaboration following Brexit
rare diseases

Modern research into rare diseases

Research infrastructure project manager at EURORDIS, Virginie Bros-Facer highlights the extent of rare diseases in Europe in this insightful article
communication with the EU

The UK’s untold stories

EPP-coordinator for REGI, MEP Lambert van Nistelrooij sheds light on the importance of engaging citizens and improving communication with the EU In the Brexit-debates there...
polluted with sewage

WWF warns 40% of UK rivers are polluted with sewage

The WWF has warned that UK rivers being polluted with sewage from water treatment sites presents a health risk for both humans and wildlife
source of energy

Data shows solar power is the fastest growing source of energy

Experts are hailing a 'new era' as the International Energy Agency releases data showing that solar power is the fastest growing source of energy
communication skills

Bercow: children’s communication skills ten years on

Mary Hartshorne, Head of Evidence at I CAN, the children’s communication charity writes about the importance of good language and communication skills
blockchain

The rise and future of Blockchain

In this article, the founder and co-founder of the Blockchain Federation provide insight into the future for a blockchain based purpose-economy
innovation and business

Backing innovation for commercial success

Dr David Wilkes of Innovate UK explores the importance of driving UK productivity and economic growth by supporting innovation and business Innovate UK is the...

Over 3 million more people in work since 2010

New figures released today reveal that there are now over 3 million more people in work, in the UK, compared to 2010
asset management in rail

Asset management in rail: cognitive computing

CEO of ZNAPZ, Marcel Van Velthoven provides a compelling perspective on how cognitive computing can assist asset management in rail

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