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Building bridges between research and society in Portugal

Joana Camilo, Executive Director, Creating Health outlines how Universidade Catolica Portugesa (UCP) is a leading research university
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Mobile access to council websites lag behind desktop

A new survey has revealed many council websites are difficult to use on mobiles when compared to desktops… A new survey from Socitm has revealed...

Derbyshire children’s centres to close

Derbyshire County Council has revealed a number of children’s centres will close or be relocated due to budget difficulties… A total of 29 children’s centres...
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Analytics on the frontline of saving lives

David Downing, Director of Health, SAS UK examines how the NHS can embrace digitalisation, overcoming some of its biggest challenges, and outlines the findings of the...
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PATHway leading the way: ERS paving the way

René Schippers, Director, Electronic Record Services B.V. discusses the PATHway project and its role in cardiac rehabilitation...  PATHway vision Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of premature death...

EU Referendum: Farage on the Thames and the economy

With a week to go until the vote, the pressure is really on both sides to make a final push to get supporters on...

Oxfordshire council investigates park and ride

A new study has been published that could see up to five new park and ride sites created across Oxfordshire… Oxfordshire County Council has published...

8 ways the referendum vote could affect your business costs

Phil Foster, Managing Director of Love Energy Savings outlines what impact the EU referendum vote could have on businesses... British history is about to be made,...

Worrying rise of type-2 diabetes in children

The number of children developing type-2 diabetes, a disease usually linked to obesity, is on the rise… New research has revealed a growth in the...

EU Referendum: the economy and immigration

As the referendum vote draws nearer, AG’s Sean Heath discusses why remaining is good for the economy and why leaving won't fix concerns about immigration... The...
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Brexit will lead to £30bn taxes and spending cuts

Chancellor George Osborne warns leaving the EU would see taxes rise and further cuts to public spending… Leaving the EU would lead to massive tax...
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Tackling gender imbalance in European life science research

Natalia Dave and Isabelle Vernos, Centre for Genomic Regulation outline how LIBRA tackles gender imbalance in European life science research.

From spruce to beech forests – fundamental ecosystem transformation driven by climate

Professor Line Nybakken,  Norwegian University of Life Sciences talks about the climatic potential of beech trees... Beech has a wide distribution in Europe, but reaches its...

Vote Leave say EU grants will be protected following Brexit

Ministers involved in the leave campaign have said recipients of EU grants would still receive the same funding in the event of a Brexit… What...

Keeping Canadians healthy

AG highlights how the Canadian Minister for Health is committed to preventing chronic diseases and how it supported World Health Day… Cardiovascular diseases (CVD’s) are...
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Oxford City Council investigates city-wide heat network

A study into how buildings in Oxford use heat and electricity is being conducted by the city council and its partners… A new study examining...
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Newton Fund: helping with novel development opportunities

Melvin Hoare, University of Leeds discusses how the UK's Newton Fund is helping developing nations to engage in science and research

8 things businesses can learn from football

BSI outlines what businesses can learn from football and how it can help to focus your firms objectives.. Many people regard Johan Cruyff as one of the greatest...
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MPs warn the UK is heading towards a digital skills crisis

MPs have warned urgent action is needed to tackle a digital skills crisis in the UK, which costs the UK some £63bn a year...
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Wales will fail to meet broadband target

Natasha Marie Levanti, Association for Consultancy and Engineering, highlights the plight of Wales to meet targets to install broadband across the nation... Despite the large...

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