Mining tech investment opportunities

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Camelids’ nanobody-based drug promises

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Oil & Gas: time for reform?

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Market opportunities in wearable tech

Wearable technology might well be the answer for false negatives or inconclusive diagnostics tests. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is a growing demand for non-invasive accurate diagnostics. This is needed in hospitals as well as in homes. A...

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Brexit – what now for EU markets?

UK markets have long been preparing for Brexit. Contingency plans are in place for a smooth transition. The London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) has been preparing behind the scenes on how to handle the post Brexit trade deal plans. Risks...

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What part will Geothermal Energy play in the Renewables investment landscape?

Geothermal energy (GTE) exploits the thermal energy beneath the Earth’s surface located near geologic “hot spots”. This energy is contained in steam, hot water (from hot water reservoirs within the cracks of the sub-crust of the Earth) or dry...

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Why aren’t more women working in technology (STEM)?

There’s a long tradition of scientific research being used to make a case why women can’t do something. The publication of The Gendered Brain by Professor Gina Rippon earlier this year laid out (and debunked) centuries of questionable research,...

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