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Two new Advisory Panel Members for CRJ

Two new Advisory Panel Members for CRJ

CRJ is pleased to welcome Dr David Rubens and Matt Minshall to its Editorial Advisory Panel. Dr Rube...

Free data recovery kit for victims of GandCrab ransomware

Free data recovery kit for victims of GandCrab ransomware

Europol says that as of today, a new decryption tool for victims of the GandCrab ransomware is avail...

Most British adults concerned about security of their data held by public sector organisations

Most British adults concerned about security of their data held by public sector organisations

From May 25, 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is enforceable, after a two-yea...

UK Government and GSMA launch Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation initiative

UK Government and GSMA launch Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation initiative

Entrepreneurs will explore how to use mobile technology, such as smartphones that give access to aff...

Are bots a danger for political election campaigns? Study on Japanese elections in 2014

Are bots a danger for political election campaigns? Study on Japanese elections in 2014

Autonomous computer programmes – known as bots – are used to trawl the Internet, for exa...

WHO’s 2018 annual review of priority diseases list

WHO’s 2018 annual review of priority diseases list

The World Health Organization (WHO) has developed a tool for determining which diseases and pathogen...

Climate change an ‘Existential threat’ as 2017 among three warmest years on record

Climate change an ‘Existential threat’ as 2017 among three warmest years on record

UN Secretary-General's Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction, Robert Glasser, has descr...

Business interruption and cyber incidents dominate risk landscape for companies in 2018

Business interruption and cyber incidents dominate risk landscape for companies in 2018

Businesses worry about emerging risks and liabilities arising from new technologies. They take aim a...

Davos: Global fund to end modern slavery

Davos: Global fund to end modern slavery

Speaking at a press conference during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, Uni...

Tens of thousands evacuated as volcano erupts the Philippines

Tens of thousands evacuated as volcano erupts the Philippines

Lava fountains from the Mount Mayon volcano spewing 500 metres into the sky, along with ash plumes t...

Tsunami exercise in Caribbean

Tsunami exercise in Caribbean

Caribe Wave 18 is scheduled to take place this March. The annual exercise, organised by the Int...

iOS 11.3 will support Advanced Mobile Location

iOS 11.3 will support Advanced Mobile Location

Apple has announced that the iPhone’s next update, iOS 11.3 will support Advanced Mobile Locat...

Save the Children offices attacked in Afghanistan

Save the Children offices attacked in Afghanistan

Attackers have detonated explosives before storming the offices of the Save the Children charity in ...

Deadly mudslides follow wildfires in Southern California

Deadly mudslides follow wildfires in Southern California

USA: Seventeen people are confirmed dead in Southern California after heavy rains triggered flooding...

Natural hazards: Working for a resilient power grid in Europe

Natural hazards: Working for a resilient power grid in Europe

Electricity is the backbone of European society. When a natural disaster hits the power grid, recove...

UK scientists to help prevent the global spread of new diseases

UK scientists to help prevent the global spread of new diseases

A ground-breaking new research hub has been established by UK scientists to help halt future outbrea...

Shrinking glacier cover could lead to increased volcanic activity in Iceland, warn scientists

Shrinking glacier cover could lead to increased volcanic activity in Iceland, warn scientists

A new study led by the University of Leeds in the UK, has found there was less volcanic activity in ...

Enzyme manipulation could halt spread of Ebola

Enzyme manipulation could halt spread of Ebola

A single enzyme – that is all the researchers behind a new study need to manipulate to prevent...

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