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Trauma Education Day

Trauma Education Day

CRJ is delighted to announce that it will be represented at the forthcoming Trauma Education Day con...

The many ways that heatwaves can kill

The many ways that heatwaves can kill

More than 70,000 people perished in the extreme heat of the 2003 European heatwave, 10,000 people in...

Phish and chips with F1driver Jenson Button

Phish and chips with F1driver Jenson Button

British racing driver Jenson Button swapped the F1 paddock for fried haddock as he took the wheel of...

Scottish Government holds Scottish Resilient Communities Conference

Scottish Government holds Scottish Resilient Communities Conference

CRJ was invited to attend the annual Scottish Resilient Communities Conference that was held in...

New York City terror attack

New York City terror attack

New York City experienced a terrorist attack in which eight people were killed by a man deliberately...

WannaCry ransomware attack: Government ‘sure as possible’ that North Korea behind attack

WannaCry ransomware attack: Government ‘sure as possible’ that North Korea behind attack

UK Government Home Office Minister Ben Wallace told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the Governmen...

Seismic resistant concrete to be used in school

Seismic resistant concrete to be used in school

A new seismic-resistant, fibre-reinforced concrete developed at the University of British Colombia w...

CRJ 13:1 Out now

CRJ 13:1 Out now

CRJ 13:1, published in October, presents initial reports on Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Emily...

Las Vegas Police provide update on mass shooting incident

Las Vegas Police provide update on mass shooting incident

Last night (October 2) Assistant Sheriff Todd Fasulo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police (LVMPD) pr...

Three quarters of Britons fearful of connected homes, citing security and privacy as concerns

Three quarters of Britons fearful of connected homes, citing security and privacy as concerns

Smart home tech is predicted to reduce bills and the cost of home insurance, but MoneySuperMarket re...

London: Art on the Underground unveils film at King’s Cross supporting MOAS and refugees

London: Art on the Underground unveils film at King’s Cross supporting MOAS and refugees

The latest commission from Art on the Underground, a 12 minute film by London-based artists Broomber...

Oxford University Press provides free online access to biomedical journals for healthcare professionals responding to recent hurricanes and earthquake

Oxford University Press provides free online access to biomedical journals for healthcare professionals responding to recent hurricanes and earthquake

Oxford University Press (OUP) is partnering with the US National Library of Medicine (NLM) ...

On International Day of Peace, International Alert calls for doubled investment in peacebuilding

On International Day of Peace, International Alert calls for doubled investment in peacebuilding

In a new report, the charity International Alert draws on extensive research and evidence-based case...

International Day of Peace 2017 focuses on support for refugees and migrants

International Day of Peace 2017 focuses on support for refugees and migrants

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The United Na...

US states sign up to first nationwide broadband network for public safety

US states sign up to first nationwide broadband network for public safety

The First Responder Network Authority grew out of a 9/11 Commission recommendation calling for ...

Afghanistan: Physiotherapist who helped amputee patients is shot and killed, says ICRC

Afghanistan: Physiotherapist who helped amputee patients is shot and killed, says ICRC

Lorena Enebral Perez, 38, a Spanish national, was in the ICRC’s rehabilitation centre in Mazar...

“Urgent need” to prevent weapons falling into the wrong hands, says ICRC President

“Urgent need” to prevent weapons falling into the wrong hands, says ICRC President

Speaking at the opening of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, ICRC Presi...

Early damage assessments from Hurricane Irma

Early damage assessments from Hurricane Irma

An estimated 1.2 million people have been affected by Hurricane Irma and that could rise sharply to ...

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