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How cats revived this ex-coal town’s economy

The well-loved cats of Houtong, Taiwan have given a second life to the former coal town.

Emerging food safety issues: what do consumers want to know?

EFSA asked Europeans for their views on emerging risks in the food chain, and how they would like to be informed about them.

Digital technologies offer hope in fight against corruption

Digital technologies offer a hope in the fight against corruption which is a problem in every single country of the world, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has said.

Our password-free future is near (but not really)

Industry efforts to end our reliance on the multi-character password have resulted in the proposal of numerous alternative login methods.

Global shipping in ‘historic’ climate deal

The global shipping industry has for the first time agreed to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases.

IT Managers lack visibility into almost half of network traffic

IT managers lack visibility to about 45% of their organization’s network traffic, creating significant security challenges.

EU to ban lower-quality branded food!

Studies suggest hundreds of well-known products are inferior to versions sold in the west.

The smart home that spied on its owner!

For two months, technology journalist Kashmir Hill let innocent household items spy on her and collect valuable information. See her shocking analysis!

Saving lives with new standards for sanitation

Human waste safely transformed into clean drinking water? Work is underway to develop international guidance to help new technologies flourish!

Building Resilience in India

A discussion with Hardeep Singh Puri, Indian Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs, on the development of resilient cities across the country.

Plague 101 | National Geographic

Learn about the bacterium behind the plague disease and how factors like trade and urbanization caused it to spread to almost every continents.

Playing safe with kids’ toys

ISO 8124 already plays an important role in influencing the requirements for toy safety in many countries.

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