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Why the 'Frankenscience' of animal-to-human transplants must stop
Pigs are sentient beings who are no different from humans; they too can feel fear and pain. They shouldn't be treated as warehouses of spare parts.
Crypto is having a moment, just not the moment some expected
Given its first global opportunity to show its decentralised prowess, how has crypto responded to the war in Ukraine?
Europe needs to be weaned off Russian energy for the sake of stability
If Europe is serious about lessening its energy dependence on Russia, it needs to take these future energy projects into consideration.
France: Former Sarkozy aides jailed for opinion poll fraud
Former interior minister Claude Guéant was handed a one-year prison sentence.
Why 2022 will be the year cryptocurrencies mature and enter mainstream
2021 saw major market events for the crypto sector and the year ahead will see cryptocurrencies mature and truly enter mainstream.
The evolution of money: NFTs could become as ubiquitous as property
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming more relevant and mainstream as sports teams and celebrities create their own digital tokens.
'Pragmatic solutions' are needed to make cigarettes history
Philip Morris International is the only tobacco manufacturer committed to replacing cigarettes completely. Here's how.
Cloud, AI, IoT: Is healthcare on the 'brink of a major redesign'?
The use of technology in healthcare accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic and global healthcare company Philips says this is just the beginning.
Working in space: What will the first extraterrestrial job be?
According to Orbit Fab, a US company building satellite fuel depots in space, every industry on Earth will end up operating in space. But where does it all begin?
Is climate change literally a man-made disaster?
Several studies have suggested that when it comes to being environmentally conscious, there is a green gender gap.
Cannabis, nicotine and psychedelics could be key to healthcare
In this Rethink piece, Shane MacGuill, Nicotine & Cannabis global lead at Euromonitor International argues that illegal drugs including psychedelics could open the doors to more effective healthcare treatments.
Can hyperloop make European travel greener?
As governments search for a cleaner alternative to air travel, Josh Geigel, CEO of Virgin Hyperloop, argues that hyperloop could be the solution.
Brexit 5 years on: Europe 'is punishing the UK' for leaving EU: Poll
Europeans think that their leaders and Brussels are making Britain's divorce from the EU more difficult than it needs to be.
The future of healthcare will mean embracing more digital solutions
Healthcare is rapidly changing. Pharma company Sanofi believes a range of innovations will occur, such as data democratisation and the automation of clinical trials.
Future of payments: Lessons for business from the COVID pandemic
How well have retailers adapted digitally during the pandemic? What consumer trends are here to stay? Global fintech Adyen shares some predictions
World Oceans Day: What can be done to improve the health of our seas?
On World Oceans Day, Celine Cousteau explains how the oceans hold the key to saving the world.
Green Deal: the silent revolution transforming Europe’s economy
"If we succeed, we will have set up a new model of growth and prosperity that may inspire the rest of our international partners," argues MEP Pascal Canfin.
These are the five biggest myths about sustainable living
From ‘sustainability is too expensive’ to ‘recycling solves plastic pollution’, these myths are pure greenwashing.
MEPs must back vote to accurately count EU's fish stocks ǀ View
MEPs will this week take part in a vote that will prove crucial to the future of our seas and the communities who depend on them, says the EU Fisheries Control Coalition
With Draghi, Italy has a chance to set aside Conte’s economic misadventures ǀ View
In moments of acute crisis, Italy relies on apolitical technocrats to make difficult decisions and demonstrate the long-term thinking its elected politicians cannot. It thus falls to Draghi to craft Italy's recovery.