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Working together for better information security in nuclear technology

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Preventing terrorist groups from developing the capability to create and use weapons containing nuclear material is vital to global security.  Prevention is not just about securing the physical nuclear material – information about its storage and transportation as well as …

Tackling animal diseases in the developing world together

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Between 500 and 900 million people living in rural areas of developing countries depend on livestock for food security, nutrition, and transportation. In Africa, up to 50% of cash income is derived from livestock. However approximately 25% of livestock in developing countries die annually from preventable/treatable animal diseases, causing annual losses to national economies ranging from £10million-150million/year.