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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that Europe would "radically raise" microchip production - predicting that demand will "double in the next decade".
Jonathan Jackson, BlackBerry, looks at how vaccine passports and digital vaccine certificates could work - while facing off with cyber-criminals across the world.
Paul Berney, CMO at Anthropos, explores how technology could help relieve the burden on the UK’s stretched social care staff.
Chinese scientists have manufactured an ‘artificial moon’ research facility enabling them replicate low gravity environments
We welcome 2022 with our January volume of Asia Analysis, which features an array of compelling articles - We hear from Sarah Moran, Vice President, International from USA Rice, who walks us through what we need to know about rice, the little world traveller.
A new bill pushes for regulation of digitally altered bodies in advertising - going up against constantly evolving online platforms, eating disorders and negative body image.
According to evidence in the Online Safety Bill report, 62% of women aged between 18-34 experience online abuse and harassment - with 50% of 11-16 year old girls also facing these issues online.
Taiwan announced a $200 million investment for microchip production in Lithuania, with a further $1 billion credit programme for innovation.
Researchers have found a way to revitalise rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially improving the capacity of next generation batteries.
As AI becomes more integrated into twenty-first century society, researchers have investigated to what extent the general public trust it.
Tracking the movements of large wild animals, researchers developed the software ‘enerscape’, protecting species and helping humans avoid animal contact.
According to a new study, a quarter of Fantasy Football players have admitted that the game negatively impacts their mental health.
With 782 million people joining the internet since 2019, what is being done to protect people when they are online?
Christel Wolthoorn, Managing Director of LovedBy Design, examines how the education sector dealt with COVID disruption and the work that remains.
Differentiating between numerous plastic types and separating them according to their chemical composition could increase the rate of plastic recycling enormously.
To tackle diseases like malaria, yellow fever and dengue, researchers have been studying the distribution, diversity, and abundance of mosquitos.
Ai-generated voices have become an integral part of society and research into making these voices more personal and expressive is moving fast.
Working collaboratively with our clients on digital consultancy, engineering, and delivery through their digital transformation journey.
A study analysing long-term recruitment measures for gender equality has found that they work, but require a sustained commitment for success.
Ing. Zuzana Taťáková M.Sc., Project Manager at FENIX TNT s.r.o., tells us about three European research projects, PLURAL, POWERSKIN+ and SWITCH2SAVE.