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cyber security courses at Warwick University

Why study cyber security courses at Warwick University

The cyber security courses on offer at the University of Warwick are your pathway to industry-relevant skills and understanding Cyber security is not simply about protecting the internet. As our world becomes ever more dependent upon digital systems, our vehicles, infrastructure, industrial controls, finances, and medical devices all exist within...
The University of Rhode Island

College of Nursing

This is not your standard nursing program URI's College of Nursing goes well beyond what you might expect. First of all, you'll find the individual attention you'd get at a smaller university and the unique clinical experiences of a much larger institution. You'll have plenty of opportunities for cross-discipline work...
Norway’s Arctic strategy town near the pole

Norway’s Arctic strategy: Innovation and sustainability

As M F Warrender writes, Norway’s Arctic strategy revolves around making the region innovative and sustainable - economically and environmentally Now more than ever the Arctic (a region defined by its natural environment and resources), is facing the serious consequences of climate change. Since 1980, it has seen a 50% loss...

The Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe: Another space challenge

The European Space Agency’s Nathalie Meusy reflects on the success of the Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe and ways to support sustainable development goals The European Space Agency (ESA) started to commit to Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) over 10 years ago, with dialogue with stakeholders at...

Cyber crime statistics show we need to defeat the problem

James Kelly, Chief Executive of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), takes a look at the statistics on cyber crime and how it is affecting society In a modern day era where technology is constantly at our fingertips and entwined with our everyday lives, it is no surprise that criminals...
Heathrow Airport

Ministers finally approve a third runway at Heathrow Airport

After significant debate Ministers have approved the decision to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport Heathrow Airport is set to be expanded following a long campaign. Heathrow was locked in battle with rival airport Gatwick over where expansion should occur. Now, Ministers have finally put the issue to bed...
cancer research

Progressing cancer research in Italy

Federico Caligaris-Cappio, Scientific Direcor at AIRC - the Italian Association for Cancer Research, highlights the work of the organisation in order to support and boost cancer research throughout Italy. AIRC is a non-profit association founded in 1965 by a group of researchers at the Istituto Tumori in Milan, supported by...
budget

Kent County Council launches six-week budget consultation

A six-week consultation will take place, giving Kent County Council the opportunity to explain the budget challenges it faces A new six-week consultation has been launched to explain the challenges facing Kent County Council in setting its budget for the next financial year. The council is looking to save another £108m...
research

EUA Director warns the EU Structural Fund is ‘not working’

The EU Structural Fund, a loan aimed at bringing industry and academics together, is not achieving its goal… European University Association (EUA) director Thomas Estermann has warned the EU Structural and Investment Fund (ESFI) is failing. The ESFI fund, which is a loan system aimed at bringing industry and academics together,...
child health

Redefining child health for the 21st Century

Dr. Benjamin Van Voorhees discusses strategies for redefining child health for the 21st century in clinical practice, education, research and beyond. Since its inception more than 100 years ago, the Pediatric Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has worked to stay at the forefront of the ever-changing...
leader

What does it take to be a public sector leader in contemporary Britain?

Jody Goldsworthy, Senior Partner, GatenbySanderson outlines the ever-changing role of the public sector leader and what it entails...  The UK is facing an unprecedented period of change. Demand for public services is at an all-time high, meanwhile budgets are under more pressure. And, following the result of the EU referendum,...

Supporting young research talent in Norway

Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Executive Director of Innovation at the Research Council of Norway talks to Editor Laura Evans about the importance of supporting young researchers in Norway and collaborations between universities and industry… High-quality research in Norway is viewed as an integral way to meet global challenges and transform the...

How to get the most out of a lean six sigma training provider

Andy Slaney, Principal Consultant at BSI Group highlights some of the key things to ask your prospective lean six sigma (business improvement techniques) training provider before signing up for their course… The desire to improve process outcomes and the need to deliver those outcomes in the most efficient, cost effective,...

Towards cleaner and smarter mobility

Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director at the European Environment Agency explains how cleaner and smarter transport can meet Europe’s need for mobility… Transport connects people, cultures, cities, countries and continents. It is one of the main pillars of the modern society and economy, allowing producers to sell their products across the...

The value of engineering

Tamzin Caffrey, Head of Communications at Engineering UK highlights how engineering is essential to sustaining the UK’s long-term economic performance… Engineering sectors produce the majority of the nation’s export and play an essential role in supporting the UK’s international competitiveness by investing in research and development and innovation – a...

Amsterdam – the innovation capital of Europe

The City of Amsterdam highlights how the Dutch capital won the title of innovation capital of Europe how innovation plays a key role in the city... Amsterdam has become Europe’s Capital of Innovation. The city earned the ‘iCapital’ title, which comes with a €950,000 investment in the city’s continuing innovation,...

Diverse and open innovation

Martin Kern, Interim Director at the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) highlights the importance of open innovation… When I am asked how the EIT Community managed to develop more than 900 business ideas, 200 innovative start-ups and 150 new products and services within only 5 years, my answer...

Gender equality: ambitious but attainable

Věra Jourová, European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality takes stock of the progress and the remaining challenges in the way of gender equality… I believe that Europe is a “good address” for women. Today, more women than ever graduate from university, have a job and participate in all...
research

Treasury to underwrite funding approved for Horizon 2020 projects

The government has revealed it will underwrite funding for Horizon 2020 projects that gained grants before the UK leaves the EU… British businesses have been offered a lifeline after the government said it would underwrite any Horizon 2020 funding approved before the UK departs from the EU. Concerns over what will...

Dependable, secure and trustable wireless sensor networks

Dr. Werner Rom, Head of Department Cross Domain at the VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center highlights a key enabler to the Internet of Things... Wireless sensor networks (WSN) are a key to achieve the full potential of the future Internet of Things (IoT). They will significantly increase the level of...

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