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Here we find out how The Japanese Society of Nephrology engages in research developing human resources, providing lifelong education and disseminating knowledge to the public, to tackle kidney disease and promote health.
Mabel L Rice analyses the cause of Specific Language Impairment (SLI) and the need to identify it early on in children to provide a solution.
Professor Shuenn-Yuh Lee, National Cheng Kung University, discusses his mission to build a user-friendly development platform with smart wearable technology, in this report.
Lorenza Romanese, Managing Director of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) examines the future of hemp and explains in this vein, what is at stake, as well as looking back at its fascinating history.
Here, we examine the role of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada in promoting and supporting research and innovation.
Twice2much investigate how much of the public sector overcharges and overpayments, worth £220 million, could be yours.
Simon Hart MP, Minister for Implementation at the Cabinet Office in the UK, underlines an aspect of his brief that concerns managing the government’s relationship with our commercial suppliers, with a focus on the importance of prompt payments.
The news that the UK Government is investing in artificial intelligence is hugely welcome, but to truly reap the benefits, AI must be part of a wider scheme of data utilisation, digital process automation and citizen engagement. Peter Ford, Public Sector Industry Principal, Pegasystems tells us more.
It is often said that we know more about the surface of the moon or Mars than the ocean floor, but marine geoscience research is enabling a better understanding of some of the biggest issues.
Vassilis Ntousas from the Foundation for European Progressive Studies explores an aspect of politics that concerns keeping our democracy true when it comes to foreign information interference and forward-looking countermeasures.
The important work of the Court of Justice of the European Union is introduced here, including details of language arrangements in place and how their work impacts the lives of EU citizens.
Now is a challenging time for science. Here, we learn about the importance of funding Dutch science and research to help tackle complex societal issues.
APHIS, part of the USDA, is using a risk-based approach to protect U.S. agriculture from potentially devastating plant pests and diseases, as we discover here.
Mark Hopkinson, Head of the Centre for Deaf Education, City Lit states why we need to talk more about hearing loss.
Here, we find out about the role that the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, a publicly-funded institute, when it comes to funding obesity research in the U.S. today.
The exciting future of digital development in Sweden is explored here, with a focus on the potential of artificial intelligence.
Frédérique Vidal, ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation au gouvernement français, explique comment les universités européennes vont définir une stratégie commune et à long terme pour 2025 en matière de formation, de recherche et d’innovation.
Here, we unveil the sterling efforts of the National Science Foundation to further astronomical sciences in the U.S.
Guy Robson, Senior Associate and Elliott Fellowes, Associate at Signature Litigation, discuss the use of blockchain in the financial, public and other sectors.
Juliet Bouverie, Chief Executive of the Stroke Association explores the challenges around recovery from stroke.