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Sharing skills in a BIG way

With the annual BIG Event currently underway, International Innovation takes a look at this extravaganza of STEM engagement skill swapping. The British Interactive...

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(Anti)social media

Investigating trends and contributing factors behind a steep increase in patient complaints against doctors, a new report commissioned by the General Medical Council...

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The AIDS pandemic: 33 years on

With the 20th International AIDS Conference about to take place in Melbourne, Australia, International Innovation looks back over 33 years of HIV/AIDS treatment,...

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Noisy memory

An inability of the brain to ignore irrelevant stimuli has been linked to schizophrenia in a new study.   When focusing on information, brains are programed...

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A call for papers on the blue economy

The Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics has issued a call for papers, providing marine researchers with an unprecedented opportunity to showcase important work...

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World Population Day 2014

This year’s World Population Day, on Friday 11 July, will be focused on supporting and investing in young people.   On 11 July every year, the United Nations...

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