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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

What will the Nicaragua Canal mean for locals?

Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

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Featured Tech giant finally unveils its plans to rival telecom firms with budget cellular network, as industry faces big changes

Google enters telecoms market with Project Fi

Tech giant finally unveils its plans to rival telecom firms with budget cellular network, as industry faces big changes

Featured FCC voices concerns over the merger of the two biggest cable providers in the US

Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger threatened by FCC

FCC voices concerns over the merger of the two biggest cable providers in the US

Technology Carlo Montemagno explains how the work he and his colleagues at Ingenuity Lab are conducting will help mankind harness the very building blocks of nature

Ingenuity Lab blends technology and nature

Carlo Montemagno explains how the work he and his colleagues at Ingenuity Lab are conducting will help mankind harness the very building blocks of nature

Featured Automation now poses a threat to jobs beyond manufacturing. Are we set to see robots freeing humans from the burden of work?

Robbing robots want our jobs, but it’s not all bad

Automation now poses a threat to jobs beyond manufacturing. Are we set to see robots freeing humans from the burden of work?

Technology Experts from AGCO, the world’s largest pure-play agricultural equipment company, explain how it is pioneering the open approach to sustainable, hi-tech farming

AGCO leads the way for precision farming

Experts from AGCO, the world’s largest pure-play agricultural equipment company, explain how it is pioneering the open approach to sustainable, hi-tech farming

Featured Argument over who invented CRISPR-Cas9 method of editing genes heads to US Patent & Trademark Office

Scientists battle for gene-editing patent

Argument over who invented CRISPR-Cas9 method of editing genes heads to US Patent & Trademark Office

Technology Nokia and telecoms-equipment company Alcatel-Lucent have agreed to the terms of a merger that could accelerate developments in the Internet of Things and the cloud

Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent to combine forces

Nokia and telecoms-equipment company Alcatel-Lucent have agreed to the terms of a merger that could accelerate developments in the Internet of Things and the cloud

Technology Agreement with Apple and leading health-device manufacturers could revolutionise healthcare

IBM and Apple team up to transform healthcare

Agreement with Apple and leading health-device manufacturers could revolutionise healthcare

Technology Khaled Al Huraimel, Group Chief Executive Officer of Bee’ah, explains how the company’s waste management schemes are pioneering environmental sustainability in the UAE

Pioneering sustainability in the UAE; Bee’ah advises

Khaled Al Huraimel, Group Chief Executive Officer of Bee’ah, explains how the company’s waste management schemes are pioneering environmental sustainability in the UAE

Technology If you don't have a strategy for managing your data, you'll fall as far behind as companies who didn't have a strategy for the web, says SoftServe CTO Neil Fox

Big data, digital economies, and the rise of the CTO

If you don’t have a strategy for managing your data, you’ll fall as far behind as companies who didn’t have a strategy for the web, says SoftServe CTO Neil Fox

Technology Humans could reach Mars in the next 20 years. Professor Karsten Koenig of JenLab explains the dangers such a spaceflight could pose to the health of an astronaut’s skin

Why do astronauts have bad skin?

Humans could reach Mars in the next 20 years. Professor Karsten Koenig of JenLab explains the dangers such a spaceflight could pose to the health of an astronaut’s skin

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Technology Alyson Dutch of Axiom Foods explains how a rise in gluten allergies and consumer suspicion of genetically modified grains is creating new opportunities for rice producers

Axiom Foods on new approaches to global food challenges

Alyson Dutch of Axiom Foods explains how a rise in gluten allergies and consumer suspicion of genetically modified grains is creating new opportunities for rice producers

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