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'19Jan
23

News story: Over £35 million to support Scottish universities tackling global challenges

This is part of a £270 million package to support projects across the country to reduce the impact of ocean pollution, improve security of food supply and control infectious diseases.Putting the UK at the forefront...
'19Jan
04

How biometric monitoring can impact on your career

The sci-fi thriller Minority Report, in which citizens were constantly tracked via retina scans, provided a fictional glimpse of artificial intelligence combined with surveillance technology.Today, the federal...
'18Dec
19

Daily News 19 / 12 / 2018

COLLEGE MEETING: The European Commission replies to the Italian government on its fiscal plansThe European Commission has today sent a letter to the Italian government regarding the fiscal measures set out by Prime...
'18Dec
19

Daily News 19 / 12 / 2018

COLLEGE MEETING: The European Commission replies to the Italian government on its fiscal plansThe European Commission has today sent a letter to the Italian government regarding the fiscal measures set out by Prime...
'18Dec
19

Academics Explain Why Huawei Found Itself in 'Five Eyes' Cross Hairs

"Scepticism is healthy and somewhat justified as it would not be the first time that national security interests have been used as a smokescreen for protectionism", Professor Peter Robertson of the University of ...
'18Dec
11

Huawei Exec Row: Canada Faces Reputational Blow With Subservience to US – PhD

Sputnik: In what ways does Canada benefit from getting involved in this dispute between the US and China?Denis Rancourt: I don't think it's a question of benefit; I think it's a question of Canada largely being...
'18Dec
10

U.S. has Huawei in cuffs; China has U.S. in chains

NEW YORK – Imagine you’re a product engineer for a U.S. device brand based in China. You’ve had to submit your passport for annual visa renewal.Without it, you can’t travel. And with heightened concerns over...
'18Oct
07

India Can Be 'the Next China' in Economic Growth, But Only With Beijing's Help

For over a decade, China has been seen by many investors to be a safer and more promising market than India, as the global economic downturn of 2007-2008 affected the south Asian nation much more severely than its...
'18Sep
23

Lack of tools, biggest challenge to health security in Africa — Prof. Alash’le Abimiku

The outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, in West Africa five years ago, no doubt, had a massive impact on already fragile healthcare systems. Interestingly, laboratory medicine played a major role in the...
'18Sep
19

Global Experts Meet at South Ural State University to Discuss Smart Industry

The conference will bring together leading experts from Russia, the US, China, Germany, Italy, India, Poland and many other countries, plus representatives from the largest industrial companies, including Emerson...

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