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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,...
cryptocurrencies

Crypto winter, or blockchain spring?

After a stunning rally at the end of last year, cryptocurrencies have lost almost two-thirds of their value. This is not necessarily bad news for the blockchain industry, says the Crypto Valley Association’s Tom Lyons
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...
Cancer research and training

Cancer research and training in the United States

The work of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the federal government’s principal agency for cancer research and training in the United States, is profiled here by Open Access Government
plant protection

How right-sizing regulation can optimise plant protection

Greg Rosenthal of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service explains how right-sizing regulation can optimise plant protection
behavioural insights

Government policy: University Consortium provides behavioural insights

The Behavioural Science Consortium supplies expertise that benefits government policy and services via their Behavioural Insights Framework, as this joint article from Sheffield Hallam University & The University of Manchester reveals
Construction and concessions

Making all the difference: Construction and concessions in Europe

Eiffage is a major European player in construction and concessions, as this insightful article by the company explains
energy waste

Love Energy Savings encourages schools to reduce energy waste with new...

Love Energy Savings has launched a national competition to educate secondary school pupils about energy conservation and encourage schools to be more mindful of their consumption 
supply teaching

Supply teaching: What are my rights?

Teacher Active share the inside scoop on your rights as a supply teacher to help existing staff or newcomers enter the profession

Breaking down boundaries with digital

Jason Fahy, CEO of Knowledge Hub reveals how the firm’s feature-rich digital tool-set is breaking down boundaries in the public sector
Skills provision

Skills – edging closer to demand-led provision

Director of Swindon and Wiltshire LEP, Paddy Bradley tells us why the skill levels of the current and future workforce are crucial in determining whether a business will look to invest in a new base in an area

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