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A look at mine clearance in Iraq

A look at mine clearance in Iraq

Nigel Ellway, Head of Secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Explosive Weapons, provides CRJ with some observations from a recent visit to Mosul, Northern Iraq

Social networks in a crisis: Shifting landscapes

Social networks in a crisis: Shifting landscapes

Patrick Lagadec reflects on the use of social media in a crisis, following the European Emergency Number Association’s (EENA’s) annual conference in Budapest earlier this April

How night time lights seen from space could help disaster planning and response

How night time lights seen from space could help disaster planning and response

Nasa scientists have released new global maps of Earth at night, providing the clearest yet composite view of the patterns of human settlement across the planet

Treating patients in low-income and war-torn countries

Treating patients in low-income and war-torn countries

Leading NGO Emergency will hold its third Seminar on Surgery and Medicine in Venice, Italy, this May

Filling the skills gaps with cybersecurity apprenticeships

Filling the skills gaps with cybersecurity apprenticeships

Have you got skills gaps for cyber professionals in your business? Learn how you can use apprentices to help fill them at Security & Counter Terror Expo at London Olympia this May

Storm-scanning satellites enter operations phase

Storm-scanning satellites enter operations phase

Following their launch in December 2016, the CYGNSS spacecraft entered a low-inclination, low-Earth orbit over the tropics

R&D: Bringing ultrasound technology closer to the scene of an incident

R&D: Bringing ultrasound technology closer to the scene of an incident

The accuracy, relative low cost, and durability of this device aim to help first responders quickly identify and treat abdominal trauma

Warning & informing: Good practice in London

Warning & informing: Good practice in London

Brian Dillon says that the contemporary response to terrorist incidents requires an integrated service from media and communication departments with the traditional operational elements

News update: Advice to businesses after Westminster attack

News update: Advice to businesses after Westminster attack

CRJ Editorial Advisory Panel Member, Roger Gomm, updates his report with advice issued to businesses

Virtual reality provides new hope for PTSD patients

Virtual reality provides new hope for PTSD patients

CRJ's R&D bloggers report on how VR technology goes beyond any form of talk therapy or medication by harnessing all of the patient's senses into a therapy session

Survey of medical support personnel finds lack of dialogue between militaries and civilian organisations

Survey of medical support personnel finds lack of dialogue between militaries and civilian organisations

Industry survey results released reveals that 50 per cent feel there is a lack of dialogue between militaries and civilian organisations in the delivery of medical support

New Member for CRJ's Editorial Advisory Panel

New Member for CRJ's Editorial Advisory Panel

We are delighted to welcome Winston Chang of the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARAG) to our Advisory Panel

SAR Blog: Trouble in Paradise? Report highlights islands' search & rescue capability

SAR Blog: Trouble in Paradise? Report highlights islands' search & rescue capability

A new report has exposed SAR issues in the Cayman Islands. Martin Boyle says the Cayman Island Governor’s Office should be commended for its courage in calling for the review

DJI releases first count of lives saved by drones

DJI releases first count of lives saved by drones

Drone-maker DJI has released a report finding that drones have rescued at least 59 people from life-threatening conditions around the world

Computer model adds a new layer of defence against earthquakes and tsunamis

Computer model adds a new layer of defence against earthquakes and tsunamis

The first computer model to simulate the whole chain of hazard events triggered by offshore mega subduction earthquakes could reduce losses to life and property

Focus on cyber at Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017

Focus on cyber at Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017

This year’s Security & Counter Terror Expo – which will run from May 3-4 at Olympia London – will feature the Cyber Threat Intelligence conference, providing security professionals with a platform to discuss the evolving cyber threat

Grim assessment of the effects of Syria’s conflict on children

Grim assessment of the effects of Syria’s conflict on children

Unicef says that verified instances of killing, maiming and recruitment of children increased sharply in 2016 in a drastic escalation of violence across the country

Better communication is key to cutting earthquake death toll, say experts

Better communication is key to cutting earthquake death toll, say experts

Authors of a new report stress that more should be done to ensure that members of the public receives clear, timely information on risk, and on what actions they should take to protect themselves