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OAG16

Open Access Government November 2017

Open Access Government November 2017 looks at topics such as health, research, Blockchain, security, agriculture, and transport.

Blockchain Innovation Supplement

blockchain supplement

Blockchain Innovation

Open Access Government explores industry innovation in this special blockchain supplement featuring contributors at the forefront of the technology
biodiversity data

iDigBio: Serving biodiversity data and resources to the World

Pamela S Soltis, Director of the University of Florida’s Biodiversity Institute shares a compelling insight into the digitisation of biodiversity data
minor cereals

How can minor cereals enhance diversity and contribute to human nutrition

Dagmar Janovská and Martina Eiseltová from HealthyMinorCereals project explain the scope of their research concerning five minor cereals
canadian youth

Promoting the issues affecting Canadian Youth

Jonathan Miles from Open Access Government profiles the work the Minister of Canadian Heritage and what she does for Candian youth
indigenous climate activists

Indigenous climate activists recognised at Bonn conference

For the first time, indigenous climate activists across the world have received special recognition for their work at the Bonn climate conference
fusion

A fusion future

Laban Coblentz, Head of Communication, ITER gives an absorbing insight into all things fusion and the future of fusion energy
student experience

Can UK Higher Education maintain the ‘student experience’ in the age...

Robert Stoneman from GlobalData looks at how the UK can offer a unique and sought-after student experience during Brexit uncertainty
bitcoin offshoot

Bitcoin offshoot set to rival cryptocurrency as value slumps

Bitcoin offshoot 'Bitcoin Cash' is making an impact in the world of cryptocurrency thanks to its ability to be processed cheaply
personal data

Blockchain for sensitive and personal data

Returning control over our personal data to us through the Blockchain – explored by experts from Swiss Re and IBM Research
smart working

Smart working – let us make your place work for you

Emmanuel Chautemps, Director of Bouygues E&S FM UK limited explains how smart working can transform workplaces to improve happiness, wellbeing, and productivity

Reducing the effects of turbulence on aircraft

Professor Jonathan Cooper at University of Bristol's Faculty of Engineering describes how reducing the effects of turbulence can benefit the environment

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