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The role of teachers and teacher educators in addressing the gender digital divide
Gender equality is essential to develop and sustain the capacity for sustainable development although, ironically, STEM subjects and professions see the greatest gender digital divide and especially in developing economies.
Data capture for researching degenerative eye disease
Translational Imaging Innovations makes data accessible to research degenerative eye disease.
Oceans and the circular economy
Open Access Government charts the priorities of Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, particularly concerning the role of oceans and the circular economy.
Education priorities and STEM skills in the US
The US Department of Education’s mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence, advancing STEM skills, and ensuring equal access
How Denmark built a unique governance model for digital ecosystems
Digital Hub Denmark has developed and implemented a unique governance model for digital tech ecosystems that can be leveraged to accelerate sustainable digital impact.
Transforming Digital Experiences in Healthcare – Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Transforming digital experiences of one of the biggest and most well-known NHS Trusts in the UK has been at the heart of the website update.
District heating is necessary to repower EU’s heating sector
Carsten Østergård Pedersen, Rune Kaagaard Sørensen and Asbjørn Ebbesen discuss the necessity of district heating to speed up the phasing out of Russian fossil fuels.
Interoperability and integration to future proof healthcare
How VitalHub UK is leading the way in supporting the way to become fully interoperable through digital transformation.
The challenges of global food security – Part 2
Curtis R Youngs, Professor & M.E. Ensminger Endowed Chair of International Animal Agriculture, continues the discussion of the challenges of global food security.
Renewable geothermal energy: A climate champion
Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarson, Minister of the Environment, Energy and Climate in Iceland, discusses renewable geothermal energy, which in his opinion, is a climate champion for the clean energy transition.
Correlation of electrolyte properties, gas formation and heat generation by electrochemical-calorimetric methods
Dr Carlos Ziebert, leader of the group Batteries – Calorimetry and Safety, KIT, explains how electrochemical-calorimetric methods help to establish relevant correlations for improved batteries.
Mental health and perinatal depression in the US
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the lead U.S. federal agency for research on mental illnesses.
Environmental Science Education on the subject of Crayfish (Procambarus Clarkii)
Tokyo NODAI Research Program for Sustainable Agriculture discusses the Environmental Science Education of crayfish.
Recognising the human side of data fabric
Mike Ellis, Managing Director of Finworks, explains what data fabric is and what are its benefits to public organisations and data professionals.
Improving the lives of people with brain disorders
European Brain Council outlines the priorities for the future when it comes to improving the lives of people with brain disorders.
Could technology and innovation in agriculture feed the world?
David Green, Executive Director at The U.S. Sustainability Alliance, argues that technology and innovation in agriculture can feed the world, but if only we let it.
AI-Enabled Assessment of Adult ADHD
Prof Marios Adamou OBE and Prof Grigoris Antoniou discuss the problems and solutions of adult ADHD, using an AI-enabled assessment of data.
Smarter working from a human resources perspective
Micael Johnstone, Strategy and Future of Organisations Expert and Co-Founder of Wading Herons, provides thought leadership on smarter working from a human resources perspective.
EX-PED-LAB- Sustainable designs for Early Childhood Education Professional Development through workshop methodology
EX-PED-LAB is a response to the call for generating scholarly knowledge about exploration as a methodology for early childhood education.
Increasing efficiency: High-temperature corrosion & materials research
The University of Iceland charts the opportunities & challenges concerning the utilisation of geothermal energy, understanding high-temperature corrosion.