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Yearly Archives: 2020

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  • 26
    Mar

    2020

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    Patent Cultures

    Has patent harmonization come to a standstill?  Just days ago, Britain reversed its decision to participate in the European Union’s new Unified Patent Court.  Why did it happen?  And what does this...

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  • 24
    Mar

    2020

    REASON AND CAUSE

    Reason and cause are never newsworthy but always timely. They are responsible behind the scenes for all scientific, technological, and medical advances, and play a major role in our economic and social...

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  • 24
    Mar

    2020

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    Big Finance and Big Sustainable Development:...

    Interest in sustainable financing and how the private sector can incorporate and catalyse economic, social and environmental priorities into international financial flows is growing fast. Using Private...

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  • 23
    Mar

    2020

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    30,000 new foods you haven’t tried yet

    Humans have yet to explore Planet Earth in terms of what it can offer that is good to eat. “Food can give full rein to humanity’s imagination, dreams and ideas. It can prevent war and secure our future...

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  • 23
    Mar

    2020

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    Nigeria’s Role in World War II Unearthed

    “Though we are but poor farmers by trade, we are quite prepared to render any assistance which may come to our reach to our British Government who is fighting for world peace.”– Ututu Clan Executive...

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  • 20
    Mar

    2020

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    Some Questions to Ask Before Disenfranchising...

    In 2005, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found the United Kingdom in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights for indiscriminately disenfranchising its prisoners. For over a decade,...

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  • 19
    Mar

    2020

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    A People’s Music: Jazz in East Germany, 1945...

    Imagine. It’s 1965, you’re at home in on Prenzlauer Berg, the Berlin Wall is visible from your window, and you’re having friends over to your flat. Someone brings the latest Thelonious Monk record,...

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  • 19
    Mar

    2020

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    Living in the Algorithmic Age

    Algorithms are sometimes compared to cathedrals, in that they share the same ambition, and the same folly. Some algorithms, such as telephone operating systems, data management systems, or search engines,...

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