In this edition of Asia Analysis, we learn how data linkage and sharing for healthy longevity together present a global challenge, from Prof Makoto Suematsu and Prof Victor J Dzau, Co-chairs of Global Future Council for Human Enhancement and Longevity at the World Economic Forum.
Here, Professor Darren Griffin and Doctor Becky O’Connor discuss their fascinating work on Dinosaur DNA, as well as new initiatives for preserving species DNA.
In this detailed analysis, Jérôme Galon and Daniela Bruni at INSERM, Laboratory of Integrative Cancer Immunology, Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers, in France, discuss colorectal cancer.
A very warm welcome to the October 2019 edition of North America Analysis, which boasts a vast array of mind transforming content on many policy issues from the region, including a special feature on advanced computing in the United States.
Peder Vejsig Pedersen from European Green Cities provides a series of articles in this fascinating piece of analysis about the development of smart energy green cities, including fossil-free areas.
Here, Professor Timothy Kwok, Director of Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, details multi-domain interventions to prevent dementia in Hong Kong, underlining important areas such as primary prevention, healthy diet, physical exercise and mild cognitive impairment.
Vegard Frihammar, leader of Greenstat, turns the spotlight on hydrogen and reveals how the smallest of elements can solve a big problem by focusing on the maritime industry.
Dr Lalit Pukhrambam at Wayne State University School of Medicine is researching how to find a cure for the blinding eye disease of diabetic retinopathy by targeting a protein called thioredoxin-interacting protein (TXNIP), as we find out here.
Here, Dr Anouk Tersteeg and Dr Gideon Bolt from the Faculty of Geosciences at Utrecht University explain how civil society organisations deal with diversity within an assimilationist context, arguing the case of Rotterdam.
Here, Toralf Scharf from the NOLOSS Project, explains the fascinating topic of miniaturised optical technology, including the challenges of optical design for manufacturing.
Professor Jakob Birkedal Wagner, Head of Nanocharacterization Section at DTU Nanolab, provides a detailed look at controlled nanostructure formation and characterization and how these can be looked at with electron beam based microscopy and spectroscopy.
Here, Sungard AS, a knowledgeable and reliable IT partner, explain in detail why it is high time for the public sector to let data live in the cloud.
Here, Florida International University (FIU) discusses FUI ADVANCE, a research mission tackling institutional bias against women and minority faculty.
The safety of engineered nanomaterials used in semiconductor manufacturing is placed under the spotlight in this extensive and informative analysis by NanoStreeM, a consortium that comprises of 14 partners from six European countries.
Here, Alice Reid and Richard Smith, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, explore the areas of mortality, work and migration with a specific focus on tuberculosis (TB).
In this detailed insight from Placemaking, we find out if smart working is contributing to the rising levels of employee unhappiness and dissatisfaction.
Marsali Hancock from EP3 Foundation underlines that we don’t have to turn a blind eye concerning cybercrime, illegal content and harmful internet activities and that we can empower people through privacy and data personalisation.
In this compelling piece of analysis, Global Aqua Survey share their expertise on offshore wind farm development and seafloor mapping.
Welcome to the July 2019 edition of North America Analysis, which features a wide range of insightful content on policy issues with a special focus on biology.
In this July 2019 edition of Asia Analysis, we hear from Makoto Suematsu, President of the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED), who details the challenges around global data sharing for orphan diseases.