Peter H. Santschi from the Department of Marine Sciences at Texas A&M University – Galveston and Daniel I. Kaplan from Savannah River National Laboratory share their views on radioiodine in the environment In this analysis, the focus is given to the pathways, from source to human risk and presents questions...
In this first-ever Asia Analysis edition, we hear from Masanori Osum, Philippe de Taxis du Poët about the current EU-Japan trade investment and Nai-Chi Hsiao on new earthquake alert technology, along with more Asia industry insights.
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.
SSEC-Swedish surplus energy collaboration explain in detail how excess heat from an urban district heating system creates a facility combining food production, therefore, providing local produce for greener cities.
Prof. Frédéric Pichelin, Head of the Institute for Materials and Wood Technology (Switzerland), provides his seasoned views on how the wood technology sector can benefit from fundamental and applied research, plus why it needs more support from the political and scientific sectors.
Professors from The SACIDS Foundation for One Health and Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania share their thoughts on infectious diseases in Africa.
Heading up this exciting North America Analysis, the National Eye Institute (NEI) takes stock of its progress in advancing vision research and developing new therapies to treat blinding diseases.
Happy New Year and a very warm welcome to the January 2019 Blockchain Innovation publication.
The School of Health and Society at The University of Salford details how they are delivering specialist education and making a positive change when it comes to their excellent research work.
Virginie Courtier-Orgogozo, Directeur de Recherche at CNRS details a fascinating aspect of genetics that concerns understanding the origins of our biological traits
The excellent work of Policlinico Universitario A Gemelli is explored here when it comes to vital research in the field, including the field of acute coronary syndrome (ACS), as well as ischemic heart disease (IHD), both of which fall under the umbrella of the cardiovascular sciences
In this special in-depth analysis, academic experts from the University of Cambridge explore the epidemiological interactions between rural and urban populations, the consequences of urbanisation. In addition, we also learn about the long-run epidemiological consequences of urbanisation between 1600 and 1945
Growing up with specific language impairment (SLI) can impact a child’s development in a number of ways, argues Professor Mabel Rice of the University of Kansas in a number of profound insights
Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners explains how local government can benefit from document management technology, as well as his thoughts on GDPR-compliance.
Peder Vejsig Pedersen from Kuben Management explains how is it possible to obtain a common standard for energy-efficient buildings of the future
Anna Bogdanova & Lars Kaestner share their thoughts on anaemia, a serious global health burden that affects 1.6 billion people globally
Jason Fahy, CEO of Knowledge Hub reveals how the firm’s feature-rich digital tool-set is breaking down boundaries in the public sector and explains how organisations are increasing productivity through collaboration
In this analysis, Hitachi’s outlines a detailed picture of patient engagement and the strain Type 2 diabetes has placed on today’s healthcare budgets.
Nina Bassuk, Urban Horticulture Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY explains the importance of finding space for trees in the urban environment. She also shares her thoughts on the value of green spaces in inner cities and how we should choose the best trees for this purpose
Welcome to this packed October 2018 edition of North America Analysis. Heading up this publication, we are honoured to include a piece from Michael F. Huerta from the National Library of Medicine at the U.S.’s National Institutes of Health. In his article, he explores how discovery and health benefit from the intersection of data science and open science