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eu committees, pegasus spyware

Three new EU committees to dissect digital misinformation

Three new EU committees will investigate the use of spyware by European governments, malicious foreign interference and lessons learnt from the pandemic.
Monte Peterson

Monte Peterson – U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC)

Monte Peterson farms soybeans and corn on 1,620 hectares (4,000 acres) in Valley City, North Dakota first farmed by his great grandfather in the 1890s.
public and private

In the service of climate: SSEC works with public and private actors

Here, SSEC detail their work with public and private actors in the service of climate, including comment on circular sustainable systems for the production of both food and feed.

SSEC: Ongoing investments and research projects

Here, Bengt Fellbe discusses the progress of investments and research projects.
Bengt Felbe

Bengt Fellbe – SSEC, Swedish Surplus Energy Collaboration

Farming in Sweden

SSEC – successfully developing the food industry for over 7 years

SSEC has spent over 7 years working to improve upon national, regional and local food strategies in Sweden and is looking to continue to flourish.

SSEC: Utilising residual heat and other resources

SSEC is a network that enables sustainable food production and better living environments, through the use of residual heat and other unutilised resources SSEC consists of a steering group and a program management, which represents the parties that have joined the cooperation. Fifteen parties have joined the network, large and...
economic roadmap

Dissecting the government’s new economic roadmap

Dr Julian Francis, Director of Policy and External Affairs, ACE, discusses the government’s new Industrial Strategy and economic roadmap
food defense, food security

Food defense – The road to a more sustainable and resilient society

The Swedish Surplus Energy Collaboration (SSEC) at the SLU-Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences discusses how a multi-level Food Defense could protect food security across the globe.
Woman unlocks phone with her finger print

Is it time for the death of the password?

In this podcast, Open Access Government speaks with Patrick McBride on how to best protect your data online and whether it's time to go passwordless.
huntington's disease

Huntington’s Disease: The Importance of Brain Banking

Dr. James E Goldman and Dr. Osama Al-Dalahmah from the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University, discuss the importance of brain banking from individuals with Huntington’s disease.
digital transformation public sector

Identity central to public sector digital transformation

Ian Lowe, Head of Industry Solutions – EMEA at Okta, argues that identity is at the heart of public sector digital transformation
Centre for Immunobiology

Helen Rowe Lab – studying genomic ‘dark matter’

The Helen Rowe Lab studies how genomic ‘dark matter’ function, regulates immune genes and interferons in normal human cells.
social value act, levelling up

Levelling Up: How to create social value in 2022

This year, the government set out their vision for ‘levelling up’ the UK. Guy Battle, CEO, Social Value Portal, provides a response to the white paper and some words of wisdom for anyone looking to reduce inequality in their community.
forensic pathology

A history of medicolegal death investigation and forensic pathology

Victor W. Weedn, MD, JD, Former Chief Medical Examiner at the Maryland Department of Health offers fascinating insights into the history of medicolegal death investigation and origins of forensic pathology
sustainable food production

Innovative technology for sustainable food production

Bengt Fellbe, Leader at SSEC, argues that sustainable and climate-smart food production requires competent and cutting-edge technology
zika virus

Scientists discover how Zika Virus evades cellular antiviral response

The human immune system is an intricate web designed to stop invading pathogens - but with over 200 virus species capable of infecting humans, some have a way to break through.
NHSE sanctions, mermaids

NHSE sanctions limit basic healthcare for young trans people

Lui Asquith, Director of Legal and Policy at Mermaids, dissects new NHSE sanctions placed on young trans people looking for basic healthcare.
protection against omicron, imperial covid

Study says prior infection gives 19% protection against Omicron

COVID infection previously created 85% protection against Delta - now, scientists say that this protection falls to 19% against Omicron.

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