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The leader who wants to inspire more women into tech careers As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions focus, we meet Sheree Atcheson. An advocate of the Belfast startup scene, Atcheson is passionate ... Science Technology UK
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Wired in the wild: five ways tech is transforming conservation From precision tracking technology to sophisticated surveying techniques, five projects in which tech is supporting animal conservation Environment Science World
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10 startups that aim to democratise the 'digital economy revolution' The 2017 European Social Innovation Competition aims to reward startups from across Europe that are working to make the digital economy acce... Economics Social Enterprise
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Emojis: adding depth, not dumbing down Emojis are often blamed for destroying our ability to use language, but people have communicated using symbols for centuries. Are they simpl... Lifestyle Society
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CCTV to be compulsory in all slaughterhouses in England to help enforce animal cruelty laws All slaughterhouses in England will have to be fitted with CCTV cameras in a bid to improve animal welfare and enforce laws against cruelty Society
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Rage against the latrine: the safer, more sustainable loo that's changing lives A lack of hygienic sanitation is a major issue in many parts of the world, but are resource-hungry western style toilets the only option? No... Society
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