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Nudging the obese| (Health|)
With obesity levels in the UK now the third highest in Western Europe, political leaders are struggling to find a solution to the nation’s expanding girth. Are nudge policies the way to go?
The fight against cyber crime| (Economy|)
Is cyber-crime as big a threat as rumoured? According to the authors of a report on the financial sector, under-reporting and over-spending are huge issues in the industry.
Policing Europe's borders| (World Regions and Development|)
Europe depends on partnerships with West and North African security forces to help crack down on irregular migration, but this has created an 'illegality industry' which causes unnecessary suffering for those who become its targets.
Dumbing down the smart city| (Society, media and science|)
Does the smart city concept put technology ahead of people, ignoring the very things that make us human?
Food for thought| (Law|)
What is speculative trading and how can it lead to food poverty?
Expensive mistakes on the trading floor| (Economy|)
How do you separate technical slipups from human factors when it comes to high-risk environments?
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