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Testing new technologies for the battlefield

Feature image for:  Testing new technologies for the battlefieldThe following is a guest post from Captain Graham Henderson, Plans Staff Officer within the Headquarters of the UK’s 1st Mechanized Brigade who participated in the Network Integration Evaluation (NIE). Heavy wind gusts and unforgiving terrain set ideal conditions for testing new equipment in a joint exercise known as the NIE. The Network … Read more »Testing new technologies for the battlefield

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Antimicrobial Resistance: A Global Challenge

Feature image for:  Antimicrobial Resistance: A Global ChallengeThe following is a guest post by Patrick Hogan, intern at the British Consulate General in Houston. Patrick is a master’s student at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. While there are many miracles of medicine that have allowed us to live longer, healthier lives, the real hero of modern health care is … Read more »Antimicrobial Resistance: A Global Challenge

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Impressions from Pyongyang

Feature image for:  Impressions from Pyongyang“What do British people hate?” A straightforward question – but context is everything. When posed by an earnest thirteen-year-old North Korean schoolboy, in a Q&A discussion with British diplomatic visitors, it took me by surprise. But then much of what my colleagues and I experienced during a week-long familiarisation visit to the … Read more »Impressions from Pyongyang

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More than food for thought

Feature image for:  More than food for thoughtI guest-blogged over on the Global Food Security blog this month on climate and food security, highlighting engagement with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Read it here.   Read more »More than food for thought

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Some things I learned in Sri Lanka: Development, climate change & international negotiations

Feature image for:  Some things I learned in Sri Lanka: Development, climate change & international negotiationsI spend my days as a Science and Innovation Officer at the Consulate in Los Angeles, but one of my external passions, and one which lead me to this position, is international development. I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to cover the World Conference on Youth in Colombo, Sri Lanka as a Social Media Fellow. With the aim of … Read more »Some things I learned in Sri Lanka: Development, climate change & international negotiations

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The next step forward

Feature image for:  The next step forwardWhen Google unveiled its latest prototype of a self-driving car in May, it marked a new stage in the relationship between humans and autonomous vehicles in a very public way. But it is just one visible piece of the technical progress in areas such as autonomous systems, advanced manufacturing, and in the thinking on how humans will interact with … Read more »The next step forward

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