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How technology can support social distancing

In this article, we explore how crowd simulation technology can help businesses to plan effective social distancing.
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After 400 years, beavers are living wildly in Devon’s rivers

Wild beavers are living naturally on Devon’s River Otter for the first time in 400 years after a five-year trial showed their dam-building activities were good for people and wildlife.
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Reducing the burden of diabetes management through flexible and discreet insulin delivery

Alex Evans, UK Country Manager for ViCentra B.V., discusses how insulin pump system Kaleido can provide solutions to reduce the practical and emotional burden of living with diabetes.
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Why COVID-19 is a concern for people with diabetes

Prof. Andrew Boulton, MD, DSc (Hon), FACP, FICP, FRCP, President of the International Diabetes Federation, highlights why COVID-19 is a particular concern for people living with diabetes.

The SP System: A promising foundation for the development of human-like general AI

Dr J Gerard Wolff, Director at CognitionResearch.org describes the SP System – a promising foundation for the development of human-like general artificial intelligence.
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Brexit impact: Health and brain research

Prof Monica Di Luca, President, European Brain Council, sheds light on the greater impact of Brexit in terms of health and brain research being up for negotiation.
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Alzheimer’s disease: Incurable but preventable?

Jonathan Baker of, GBS Clinic, sheds light on the current extent of our knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Eye health: Diabetic Retinal Screening

Max Halford FBDO CL, Clinical Lead for the Association of British Dispensing Opticians, tells us what we need to know about Diabetic Retinal Screening in this eye health focus.
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Medical school curriculum must include health technology

Dr Ravi Tomar discusses why the medical school curriculum must include health technology.
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Moving the climate discussion towards concrete action

Tomer Shalit, CEO and Founder of ClimateView, shares his reflections on moving the climate discussion beyond the diagnostic paradigm and towards concrete action.
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Can workplace diversity change discussions around the dinner table?

Toby Mildon discusses how workplace diversity could influence the way that individuals perceive minority groups, via dinner table conversations.
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The role of technology in ophthalmology

Mr Romesh Angunawela, Founding Partner, Ophthalmic Consultants of London, enlightens us on the role of technology in ophthalmology as part of the NHS’s efforts to tackle the COVID backlog.
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Why the European Commission wants to pool Europe’s data

The EC hopes that shared public and private data lakes will create successes: Michal Gabrielczyk, Cambridge Consultants, believes the benefits of the strategy could ripple well beyond Europe.
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COVID-19 higher among minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged children

A new study led by Children's National Hospital researchers shows that minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged children have significantly higher rates of COVID-19 infection.
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How COVID-19 will reshape supply chains across the economy

Philip Ashton, CEO of 7bridges, discusses how COVID-19 will reshape supply chains across the economy.
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Bristol City Council spearheads campaign to eradicate period poverty

Councillor Helen Godwin, Cabinet Member for Women, Children and Young People on Bristol City Council, discusses the work being done by Bristol City Council to eradicate period poverty.
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Health leaders raise awareness for the benefits of breastfeeding

To mark World Breastfeeding Week, health leaders in Leeds are raising awareness for the environmental and health benefits of breastfeeding.
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Ensuring artificial intelligence is humane and regulated

Alejandro Saucedo, Member of the European Commission's High Level Expert Group Reserve List on AI and Engineering Director at Seldon, argues that to ensure artificial intelligence is humane, it must be regulated.
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Hearing loss in childhood cancer survivors linked to neurocognitive deficits

Scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered that hearing loss in childhood cancer survivors is associated with an increased risk for neurocognitive deficits.
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The importance of soft skills in a tech-focused world

Sascha Giese, Head Geek™, SolarWinds, discusses the importance of soft skills for IT professionals, and steps they can take to develop these.

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