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Problem pests – vicious vectors

Problem pests – vicious vectors

With the rise in temperature over the summer months comes an increase in the number of flying insect...

Bullets or bacterium – in pursuit of the forgotten school intruder

Bullets or bacterium – in pursuit of the forgotten school intruder

David P Perrodin, PhD, examines how the shadow of superbugs - a host of tiny, unseen enemies - could...

Preparing for the storm

Preparing for the storm

The weather is one of those things that is often complained about – but severe weather can hav...

Take stock of your online footprint and beware of threats

Take stock of your online footprint and beware of threats

In a world of every evolving cyber-threat there has never been a more significant time to consider y...

Keeping cool with climate-smart air conditioning

Keeping cool with climate-smart air conditioning

As the world rapidly warms and urbanises, air conditioning is becoming essential for publi...

Extreme event: Let’s play a game

Extreme event: Let’s play a game

Rob Fagan introduces the US National Academy of Sciences’ LabX and its free series of exe...

Are you a force of nature?

Are you a force of nature?

Are you harnessing the true power of your environment to prepare for working in austere and hostile ...

Are your staff safe?

Are your staff safe?

It is now a fact of life that during your career there will probably be more than one incident &ndas...

Conserving our culture

Conserving our culture

In a modern, consumerised world, where disposable items and quick-fixes are always to hand and futur...

The lesser-known hospital heroes

The lesser-known hospital heroes

Close your eyes and think of a hospital. What do you see?  Fuelled by TV and film depictions, ...

Are you prepared for crisis?

Are you prepared for crisis?

Drawing on its clients' years of experience, Conducttr has released a documentary series to generate...

How does a flood-prone city run out of water? Inside Chennai’s ‘Day Zero’ crisis

How does a flood-prone city run out of water? Inside Chennai’s ‘Day Zero’ crisis

India's sixth largest city, with over 10 million inhabitants, currently faces a severe drinking wa...

The rise of mobile health in developing countries

The rise of mobile health in developing countries

Anastasia Kyriacou outlines the discussions, held by representatives from AidEx ...

CRJ 14:3 out now!

CRJ 14:3 out now!

The CRJ team has been out and about these last few months, attending events, and helping with confer...

Negotiator competition: Blessed are the peacemakers

Negotiator competition: Blessed are the peacemakers

In January 1990, Dr Wayman Mullins and Dr Michael McMains threw down the gauntlet to challenge their...

CitizenAid app and guide designed to inform the public how to act in a terror attack

CitizenAid app and guide designed to inform the public how to act in a terror attack

In the UK, the current threat level from international terrorism is set as severe. Since the London ...

Mobile delivery rooms can provide valuable services to maternity services under strain

Mobile delivery rooms can provide valuable services to maternity services under strain

Nothing is quite as emotive as the image of a new-born baby and its mother. There is a level of expe...

Resilience is not just about dealing with traumatic incidents at work…   

Resilience is not just about dealing with traumatic incidents at work…  

Have you ever noticed any of these in yourself or a colleague, asks Andy Elwood. Irritability, aggre...

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