Flexible working for the inflexible workplace

Companies that offer flexible working are known to have increased employee retention, more motivated and engaged staff, and access to wider talent pools when recruiting

Rare diseases require radical new funding methods

Devising funding strategies to develop drugs for the treatment of rare diseases remains a challenge as patient groups are often too small

Why genome sequencing is the future of healthcare

Healthcare companies are developing technology which utilises the power of artificial intelligence to analyse genomic data and provide personalised treatment for cancer patients

Connectivity and data are carmakers’ tools of choice

Closed-loop manufacturing, which enables continuous data flows shared seamlessly throughout departments, creates a virtuous cycle, resulting in faster product improvements

The long, hard road to sustainable packaging

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As more brands pledge to go green, what is the impact of using environmentally-friendly packaging on all links in the supply chain?

Financing sustainable energy for developing economies

Impact investing is a major opportunity for developing economies and provides basic services to the poorest people

Green IT can champion cuts in carbon emissions

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Improving systems’ efficiency and using renewable energy in IT are just two ways of cutting carbon emissions

Unlocking the potential of geospatial data

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Analysing data to gain geographical or spatial insights has untapped potential which can boost business, change lives and protect the environment