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New estimate suggests a quarter of the world's population has latent tuberculosis

By Rein Houben Et Al

In rich countries, tuberculosis is sometimes thought of as a thing of the past, the disease that claimed Keats, Poe, Chopin. But globally, TB is today the number one infectious killer, causing an estimated 1.8m deaths in...

Why British aid for trade deals after Brexit will not be so simple

By Peter Paul Catterall

For Priti Patel, aid money is clearly a tool that can be used to win favours in the new post-Brexit landscape. Speaking to the BBC on a trip to Kenya in her first visit to Africa as secretary of state for international...

What You Need to Know About NMLS's Electronic Surety Bonds

By Victor J. Lance

A number of professionals in the financial field across the U.S. undergo their required licensing procedure via the National Multistate Licensing System and Registry (NMLS). As the NMLS is introducing a new system for...

Is this the end of slum upgrading in Brazil?

By Patricia Rodrigues Samora

In Brazils ongoing economic and political drama, one of the latest developments is a congressional proposal to freeze federal funds at 2016 levels, adjusting the 2017 national budget only for inflation. This move would...

How is the American President elected?

By Bryan Cranston

Just how democratic is the election for an American president? You might think that the person who receives the most votes wins, right? Wrong. Just ask Al Gore, who in 2000 won more than half-a-million votes more...

Alcoholism research: A virus could manipulate neurons to reduce the desire to drink

By Yifeng Cheng Et Al

About 17 million adults and more than 850,000 adolescents had some problems with alcohol in the United States in 2012. Long-term alcohol misuse could harm your liver, stomach, cardiovascular system and bones, as well as...

Why requiring low-nicotine cigarettes is still ill-advised

By Lynn T. Kozlowski

Global policymakers will soon consider a policy of requiring that only reduced-nicotine cigarettes can be manufactured or sold. This may sound good, but as someone who has studied tobacco for decades, I believe it is...

As incomes rise in China, so does concern about pollution

By Matthew Kahn

Over the last 40 years, hundreds of millions of people in China have escaped poverty as this enormous nation urbanized and became a manufacturing powerhouse fueled by cheap coal and cheap labor. But this development...

How can doctors use technology to help them diagnose?

By David Tuffley

In Japans first reported case of artificial intelligence saving someones life, an AI has succeeded where a team of skilled human doctors did not. A woman with a rare type of leukaemia was correctly diagnosed by the AI....

Blockchain: reinventing the squeaky wheel

By Pat McConnell

Apparently, the world is holding its breath on the unloading of a few bales of cotton, which could change trade forever. In Qingdao sometime in early November, 88 bales of cotton will be unloaded and ownership of the...

Women's alcohol consumption catching up to men: why this matters

By Maree Teesson Et Al

Women are catching up to men in rates of alcohol consumption and this has important implications for how we think about our community response to harmful alcohol use. Historically, men have been more likely to drink...

Challenging the ‘birthright lottery’ can provide a better way to view refugees

By William Maley

One of the great obstacles in securing more humane approaches to refugee issues is the perception on the part of politicians that harsh treatment of refugees is a vote-winner with at least some of their...

The election of Hillary Clinton promises a more dangerous world

By Joseph Camilleri

In a long and often exasperating presidential campaign, Americans and the world have been subjected to Donald Trumps odious and often incoherent rhetoric, and from both sides much vitriol and endless accusations of deceit,...

Asian home buyers less likely to default on their mortgage: study

By Reza Tajaddini

People from cultural backgrounds where getting financial assistance from families is the norm are less likely to default on their mortgages, new research shows. This includes those from South East Asian countries. We...

How do you get shingles and who should be vaccinated against it?

By Sanjay Jayasinghe Et Al

From November 1, the shingles (herpes zoster) vaccine will be available for free to people aged 70 to 79 years. Shingles is a dreaded and common disease of the elderly; lets look at how and why you get it, and who should...

What wind, currents and geography tell us about how people first settled Oceania

By Alvaro Montenegro

Just look at a map of Remote Oceania the region of the Pacific that contains Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa, French Polynesia and Micronesia and its hard not to wonder how people originally settled on these islands. Theyre...

Why new entrants struggle to break into South Africa's retail space

By Reena das Nair

This article is part of a series of studies titled Barriers to entry and The expansion of regional supermarket chains. The article draws from studies that look at the spread of supermarkets in southern Africa and how the...

To decolonise maths, stand up to its false history and bad philosophy

By Chandra Kant Raju

A false history of science was used to initiate colonial education, in support of colonialism. This false history persists. In a recent article about decolonising mathematics, for instance, Professor Karen Brodie asserts...

Why being dishonest is a slippery slope

By Tali Sharot Et Al

Imagine you are a lawyer faced with the task of sending out an invoice to your client. As you sit there, it occurs to you that no one would be any the wiser (but you would be somewhat richer) if you surreptitiously added a...

By attacking DNS, hackers can bring down many websites for the price of one

By Rob Miles

When hugely popular websites and services such as Netflix, Spotify, Twitter, PayPal and Amazon Web Services are taken offline, it affects millions or even billions of internet users. The cyberattack that brought down these...

How an old antidepressant could provide the next brain cancer breakthrough

By Geoff Pilkington

In 1998, I received an intriguing handwritten note. It came from David Wilkie, emeritus professor at University College London, and asked if I thought the antidepressant drug clomipramine could affect brain tumours. I had...

Four reasons why listicles and clickbait are killing real journalism

By Sean Dodson

In July 2016, the Croydon Advertiser a 123-year-old newspaper published two lookalike stories on facing pages. Headlined 13 things youll know if you are a Southern rail passenger and 9 things you didnt know about...

As the Calais camp is demolished, a hidden crisis continues for refugees living in squalor

By Thom Davies Et Al

Among the detritus of the squalid Calais camp lie empty tear gas shells, recently fired by the police. They signify the physical violence that some refugees will suffer in the coming days as the so-called Jungle is...

Deaf or blind people can't serve on juries – here's why law needs to change

By Jemina Napier

You might have thought any ordinary person of sound mind can serve on a jury, but actually no. Various groups are excluded in many countries including the UK, Ireland and Australia because of legal prohibitions. In the UK...

Theresa May has a very special technique for avoiding questions

By Peter Bull

British prime minister Theresa May notoriously kept quiet about her position on membership of the EU ahead of the June referendum, avoiding coming down on either side of the debate. Arguably, her sphinx-like stance was a...

How the rise in TV 'crime porn' normalises violence against women

By Ruth Penfold-Mounce

Violence against women in television drama has always been high. But in recent years the graphic portrayal of this violence particularly sexual attacks and murder of women is on the increase, and the corpse count is...

To keep older people active, pedestrian accessibility must improve

By Charles Musselwhite

At the Habitat III conference in Quito, the foundation of the Federation Internationale de lAutomobile called for a children-first approach when designing the worlds roads with pedestrians in mind. But there is another...

After the Calais Jungle: is there a long-term solution? Views from France and Britain

By Olivier Clochard Et Al

Ever since the French president François Hollande went to Calais in late September 2016 and promised that the migrant camp on its outskirts, known as the Jungle, would be dismantled, its residents have been...

Is God really dead? How Britain lost faith in the church

By Meredith J C Warren Et Al

Is God dead? Fifty years ago, on April 8, 1966, a Time magazine cover asked just that question. The same could be asked in Britain today. The Church of England recently announced it was considering dropping the requirement...

What's the point of paracetamol?

By Andrew Moore

Paracetamol has been around for over 50 years. Its safe and many guidelines recommend it as the go-to treatment. At least, thats the conventional view of the drug. Its a view so ingrained that its rarely questioned. The...

The dangers of being a bridesmaid in China mean some brides now hire professionals

By Yang Hu

Concern over traditional wedding practices in China being pushed too far has reached new heights following the death of a bridesmaid in Wenchang, Hainan province in September. It was reported that the 28-year-old was...

How to reverse the dangerous decline in low-carbon innovation

By Antoine Dechezleprêtre

The Paris Agreement goal to limit global warming to less than 2C at the end of the 21st century demands that we sharply reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, reaching near zero in less than 100 years. Achieving this...

Data responsibility: a new social good for the information age

By Stefaan G. Verhulst

As climate change intensifies, catastrophic, record-setting natural disasters look increasingly like the new normal from Hurricane Matthew killing at least 1,300 people in September to Typhoon Lionrock, the previous...

CRISPR gene-editing controversy shows old ideas about East and West still prevail

By Calvin Wai-Loon Ho

The debate that followed initial experiments using the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing tool show that old stereotypes about Asia still resonate in the West. CRISPR-Cas9 is a gene editing tool that was first demonstrated US...

Solutions beyond supply to the housing affordability problem

By John Daley

Cutting the cost of infrastructure to go with housing Robin Goodman, Deputy Dean of Sustainability at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies and Joe Hurley, Senior Lecturer, Sustainability and Urban Planning,...

The curious power of hate propaganda in open societies

By Cherian George

This article is part of the Democracy Futures series, a joint global initiative with the Sydney Democracy Network. The project aims to stimulate fresh thinking about the many challenges facing democracies in the 21st...

What Myanmar's bizarre capital tells us about the future of travel

By David Bockino

Naypyidaw, Myanmar, is one of the strangest capital cities in the world. The city, only a decade old, is a sprawling maze of 20-lane highways, government compounds and pastel condominiums. One visitor described it as an...

History of Russian populism provides important lessons for today

By John Keane

When the people are being beaten with a stick, they are not much happier if it is called the Peoples Stick. Mikhail Bakunin, Statism and Anarchy (1873) Populism is in the air: its the topic of the moment, the...

The gas industry needs a carbon price to compete with coal

By Andrew Hopkins

Putting a price on carbon would benefit the Australian gas industry, at least in the short term. It is therefore in the interests of gas producers to lobby for the emissions trading scheme proposed for the electricity...

How to boost the business of science for the benefit of us all

By Emma Johnston

There has been some talk in recent weeks that Australias much-vaunted ideas boom may be over before its really begun. But the truth is Australian ideas were booming long before the Turnbull government coined the term and...

Public, not private, money needed to plug Africa's water and sanitation gaps

By Kate Bayliss

African stakeholders have called for water supply and sanitation to be a priority at the next meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. They want the November meeting of COP22 to integrate...

Is someone really trying to find out if they can destroy the internet?

By David Glance

A prolonged Internet outage affecting major sites like Twitter, Netflix, Spotify and The New York Times on saturday has commentators concerned that this is was a practice run for future, more widespread disruption of the...

Here's what happened at Habitat III -- the world's biggest conference on cities

By Vanesa Castán Broto

Habitat III the United Nations global conference on the future of cities has come to a close. About 30,000 people gathered in Quito, Ecuador, to discuss the key issues facing cities today and sign off on the New Urban...

How sausages conquered the globe

By Rebecca Earle

Sausages are no joke. Jamie Oliver learned that lesson when he rashly included chorizo in a recipe for paella. WTF, Jamie Oliver? outraged Spaniards asked the Naked Chef in a Twitterstorm of indignation. While the...

The 'legitimation' crisis in the US: Why have Americans lost trust in government?

By John Rennie Short

Elections normally decide who is to govern. This upcoming election is about the very legitimacy of the system. At the final presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump made the remarkable statement that he...

To uncover the secrets of exoplanets, try listening to them

By Michael Quinton Et Al

From rainfall patterns to share price performance, the usual way to analyse any data that shows something changing over a period of time is to put it into a graphic. Making data visual usually makes it much easier to...

How can we make the world's cities safer for women and girls?

By Caroline Moser

One in three women around the world currently experience gender-based violence. Harmful practices such as trafficking, forced marriage, domestic violence and female genital mutilation occur both in public and in private...

FirstBlood to Launch Alpha Version of ESports Platform

By Brandon Kostinuk

Just weeks following successful crowdsale, Boston-based company shifts focus to development The crowdsale was over in just a matter of minutes with the goal of $5.5 million worth in Ether, the native cryptographic...

Bolivia's fast-melting glaciers are leaving behind lakes that could cause catastrophic floods

By Simon Cook

Bolivias glaciers have shrunk by more than 40% in the past few decades. This puts further pressure on an already stressed water supply, while the meltwater lakes left behind risk collapsing in sudden and catastrophic...

Special forces should be at the heart of Britain's military planning

By Ian Shields

What sort of military does the UK need to deal with a rapidly changing set of potential threats? Conventional military thinking still holds that the UK needs to retain what the Americans would describe as full-spectrum...

Sharp Yuan depreciation largely market-driven

Market forces rather than PBOC intention for competitive devaluation have been the driving factors behind the recent sharp weakening of the CNY, as well as the CNH, during the past two weeks. In the past two weeks, the...

Metal Supply & Demand Series

Key factors at play in gold market

07:42 AM| Commentary

Gold has suffered a serious setback after it failed to break above a key resistance around $1380 in June and since then it has struggled to maintain the upside pressure. $1300 area acted as key support until late...

U.S. new home sales likely to have remained at same levels in September

07:18 AM| Commentary

U.S. new home sales might have been little changed. After rising sharply by 13.8 percent in July to 659,000 units annualized, the new home sales had dropped 7.6 percent in the following month. But the third quarter average...

Fed Hike Aftermath Series

Fed Hike Aftermath Series: Rate hike odds continue to rise

07:08 AM| Commentary Central Banks

The market pricing of a hike from the US Federal reserve continues to climb higher, despite mixed bags of data that shows aslowdown in some sections of the economy, while inflation pressure continues to rise. Comments from...

Chinese bond yields continue to recover as investors remain optimistic about economic growth

06:47 AM| Commentary

The Chinese sovereign bonds continued to recover Tuesday after falling to a decade low last week as investors maintained optimism over stabilising economic growth. The yield on the benchmark 10-year bonds, which moves...

US Election Series

US Election Series: Why you shouldn’t count Trump out?

06:07 AM| Commentary Politics

If you look at the recent polls and electoral map from the majority of the news media websites, it would tell you that Hillary Clinton is going to win the Presidency of the United States and Republican nominee Donald Trump...

FxWirePro: The Day Ahead- 25th October, 2016

05:17 AM| Commentary

Not many economic dockets scheduled for today and all with low to medium volatility risks associated. Upcoming: France: Business climate data for October will be released at 6:45 GMT. Germany: IFO current...

Chart of the Day: More money please

14:59 PM| Commentary Economy

Recent global fund managers survey by the Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) showed that vast majority of the fund managers are worried over the health of the European banks. They are right in doing so. This chart...

Oil markets under pressure as Iraq seeks exemption from OPEC output limits

14:46 PM| Commentary

Oil prices remained under pressure on Monday after Iraq said it wanted to be exempt from an OPEC deal to cut production. Iraqi oil minister Jabar Ali al-Luaibi said Baghdad wants to be exempt from any production cut the...

Global Geo-political Series: China mocks waning US influence

13:59 PM| Commentary

US election has exposed the United States elite as it became an open discussion that what the western countries did to Iraq and Libya was wrong. Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump even accused President Barrack...

U.S. Government bonds narrowly mixed ahead of Fed policymakers’ speech

12:26 PM| Commentary

The U.S. Treasuries traded narrowly mixed Monday as investors await Federal Reserve policymakers speech in an attempt to estimate the Feds most likely policy step during a relatively quiet session that saw no data of great...

Fundamentals to watch out for this week

12:03 PM| Commentary Economy

This week is relatively less risk heavy in terms of data and events. What to watch for over the coming days: US earnings: Earnings season remains in focus. SP 500 as well as stocks around the world would be...

CEE economies likely to receive support from ECB in local currency bond markets

08:28 AM| Commentary Economy

The economies of the Central and Eastern European region are expected to receive support from the European Central Bank (ECB) in local currency bond markets. Looking forward, the ECB-driven environment will definitely...

Top Stories

Why companies like Wells Fargo ignore their whistleblowers – at their peril

By Elizabeth C. Tippett - 04:46 AM| Insights & Views Law

Enron. Worldcom. The Madoff scandal. The mortgage meltdown. Now Wells Fargo. High-profile corporate frauds like these all seem to follow the same pattern. First the misconduct is discovered, and then we learn about all...

US Election Series

Fact-checking Clinton and Trump is not enough

By Gleb Tsipursky - 04:44 AM| Insights & Views Politics

During the debates, fact-checkers like CNN and Politifact focus on evaluating the truthfulness of what each candidate said. While it is important to get the facts straight, focusing on the truth of the candidates...

How pharmaceutical companies profit from drugs for rare diseases

By Jannine Poletti-Hughes Et Al - 18:16 PM| Insights & Views Business

Pharmaceutical companies traditional focus on discovering the next US$1 billion blockbuster drug has shifted in recent years, from products for common diseases to treatments for rare conditions. And in new research weve...

Annual performance review looming? How to give and receive feedback

By Michelle Luke - 14:21 PM| Insights & Views

Feedback is a daily occurrence. Workers get it constantly from their managers and colleagues, and how we react to it can have implications for job performance and career success. Staff at companies around the world will...

Blockchain Revolution Series

Visa launches Visa B2B Connect built on Chain’s blockchain technology

12:50 PM| Digital Currency

Visa Inc. has announced a preview of its international Visa B2B Connect, a new platform that is being developed to provide financial institutions simple, fast and secure way to process B2B global payments, built on Chains...

Blockchain Revolution Series

Blockchain and big data make inroads to China via IBM Bluemix

11:39 AM| Digital Currency

IBM has announced that it has partnered with 21Vianet Group, Inc., a leading Chinese carrier-neutral internet data center services provider, in order to make its cloud computing platform Bluemix available in China. As...

US Election Series

Facebook Internal Upheaval, Zuckerberg Faced Mass Resignation Over Hate Speech

05:06 AM| Technology

This election season seems to be giving Mark Zuckerberg a lot of headaches, largely because of his steadfast commitment to not censor anyone. One of his biggest problems stem from Donald Trumps many acid-ridden tirades,...

The Internet Is Under Attack, IoT Future Uncertain

04:26 AM| Technology

Last Friday, the internet was hit with a large-scale attack that took out a lot of major online services for a time, including PayPal, Netflix, and Amazon. The damage was minimal and services resumed shortly after....

Samsung’s Note 7 Production And Replacement Haste Big Factor In Downfall

04:27 AM| Technology

By now, Samsungs fall from grace is well-documented, what with the second gigantic recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and all the related gaffes that followed making headlines. Now, people are wondering exactly why...

Electric Car Series

Why are the tech giants struggling to build their own driverless cars?

By Siraj Ahmed Shaikh - 04:42 AM| Technology

We may have just seen a major player in the drive towards autonomous cars apply screeching brakes. Apple has reportedly abandoned its plans to build its own self-driving electric vehicle and is instead going to focus on...

Britain's great meritocracy gap – why businesses must widen their talent pool

By Louise Ashley Et Al - 12:24 PM| Insights & Views Economy

Britains new prime minister has put meritocracy at the heart of her governments agenda. Its a noble goal. This idea of allowing those with the most talent to rise to the top of society and occupy the best jobs must surely...

US Election Series

Religious feelings could sway the vote in 2016 election

By Eric McDaniel - 10:32 AM| Insights & Views Politics

Political scientists have long noted that politics is a competition between groups with diverse and competing interests. During campaigns, candidates actively attempt to sway certain groups and vilify others in order to...

Econotimes Series


German out-performance would complicate ECB policy making

Germanys economic performance has been the driving force of the euro areas recovery so far, and upbeat business confidence in October suggests that the German economy is on track for more robust growth. Brexit vote had...

Danish economy likely to outperform following upbeat domestic businesses

The Danish economy is expected to perform better than previously expected, following upbeat production of goods by businesses abroad, and goods resold by Danish companies abroad are also set to increase significantly....

NBH likely to remain on hold, to meet inflation target by mid-2018

The National Bank of Hungary (NBH) is expected to keep its key interest rate unchanged at the monetary policy meeting scheduled to be held today as its policy is still focusing on non-standard monetary trolls. This is...

USD/KRW seen at 1,150by end-2016; BoK likely to maintain status quo

USD/KRW is likely to trade at around 1,150 by end of this year; with the Fed likely to hike interest rates in December, we see upside risk to USD-KRW. The market is currently pricing in 71 percent chance of a hike by...

Malaysia maintains fiscal discipline; USD/MYR likely to trade around 4.15 by end-2016

The Malaysian government underlined their commitment to fiscal consolidation when they unveiled Budget 2017 last week. Cutbacks to spending for this year were outlined to keep the fiscal deficit at 3.1 percent of the gross...


Trump Turns To Facebook Live To Fight ‘Biased’ Mainstream Media

Donald Trump has been cursing and casting blame at the mainstream media for defaming him since he announced that he would be running for president. It would seem he finally had enough because his campaign is launching its...

US Election Series: Bet on IBD/TIPP poll

Except for few pollsters, most are predicting a decisive victory for Clinton and even the Clinton campaign is acting as if they have won the game. The pollsters, who have been predicting decisive victory for Clinton, have...

Why anarchy (on screen) is so fashionable right now

The anarchist movement in both its past and contemporary incarnations is back to the cultural fore, and to such an extent that it echoes the surge in anarchist-themed entertainment before 1914. The BBC has just aired...

Trump claims the election is rigged – is it?

Donald Trump has repeatedly said the presidential election is rigged, and the only way he will lose will be if it is stolen from him. Trump is not known for his measured temperament, nor for rational thinking or...

The next king and a new constitution: a dangerous combination for Thailand

The next King of Thailand, Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, has long been notorious for his unpredictability a reputation that appears deserved with his recent refusal to ascend the throne immediately after the death of his...


There’s no ‘Mars curse’ – it's just very hard to land there

Hopes of another successful landing on Mars were dashed last week when the Schiaparelli probe went missing in action during its descent onto the Red Planet. Pictures released over the weekend from NASAs Mars...

What missing lander means for Europe’s quest to find life on Mars

Researchers at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, had another of those nervous days waiting to hear first from a probe designed to land on Mars surface, and then from the probes orbiting mother...

Biggest map of giant voids and clusters in the universe solves major cosmological puzzle

Since its discovery in 2008, astronomers have been puzzled by a cosmic mystery so vexing that it has even led some to question whether the general theory of relativity Einsteins masterpiece theory of gravity is wrong on...

Deepwater Horizon: scientists are still trying to unravel mysteries of the spill

The film Deepwater Horizon, starring Mark Wahlberg, captures the chaos and drama that ensued after the massive fireball that engulfed the oil rig of the same name in 2011, which killed 11 people and injured many others....

NASA Astronaut Shane Kimbrough, Crewmates Launch to Space Station to Continue Research

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19, 2016--Three crew members representing the United States and Russia are on their way to the International Space Station after launching from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 4:05 a.m. EDT...


Smartwatch Shipments Cut In Half, Delays A Huge Factor

There wasnt that much demand for smartwatches, to begin with, at least when compared to smartphones, but it would seem the latest quarter was not kind to devices like the Apple Watch. Shipments decreased by up to 51.6...

video ‘Dishonored 2’ Live-Action Trailer Offers A Brief Glimpse Of A Full Movie Production

Plenty of video games have been turned into movies recently, with more already on the way. With the recently launched live-action trailer for Dishonored 2, Bethesda is basically offering a glimpse of what a full movie...

New Surface All-In-One To Headline Microsoft Event

Microsoft is about to introduce its newest lineup of hardware products following Google and Apples own events. Expected to headline the reveal is the latest Surface all-in-one computer, which is coming on the heels of a...

MIT Is Teaching An AI To Terrorize People

Halloween is almost here and in celebration of the ghoulish holiday, engineers at MIT have created an artificial intelligence specifically design to instill terror in the hearts of people. Luckily, the scare factor only...

Reckless Drivers Beware, Smart Cameras Can Catch Texting Or Calling While Driving

Chip maker Movidius is opening the floodgates for a new breed of security cameras that can recognize and understand the things they are looking at. By using Computer Vision and artificial intelligence, the company can...
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