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  • Families’ experiences to shape sick kids’ services

    Families’ experiences to shape sick kids’ services0

    Families’ experiences to shape future of sick kids’ services across Scotland in response to recent study conducted by The University of Aberdeen. Parents and carers of children who have had a short stay in hospital within the last 12-18 months are being asked to help share their experiences and provide information to shape the future

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  • Florian Schneider and Kraftwerk helped shape the sound of modern music

    Florian Schneider and Kraftwerk helped shape the sound of modern music0

    There are few bands whose influence was such that it can unequivocally be said that modern music would sound different without them. Kraftwerk, co-founded by Florian Schneider, whose recent death at the age of 73 was announced on May 6, was one such act. The band left an indelible imprint on the sound of popular

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  • Humans shape nature – but nature shapes us too

    Humans shape nature – but nature shapes us too0

    In the last century, countries across the world have dammed rivers, built infrastructure and expanded industry and agriculture – all in the name of developing society. To do so, we harnessed water, mined minerals and metals, and mastered land and its inhabitants. Indeed, the use and abuse of nature has been par for the course

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  • How Self-Driving Cars Could Shape Our Future

    How Self-Driving Cars Could Shape Our Future0

    Once challenges are surmounted, the world (and world of business) may be altered forever. August 12, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Self-driving cars are a shared ambition among Google, Tesla, Apple, Uber and Lyft, among other automotive, tech and ridesharing companies. For Uber and Lyft specifically, it’s a matter of

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  • In times of uncertainty, can we find solace in the shape of water?

    In times of uncertainty, can we find solace in the shape of water?0

    If there’s one thing guaranteed to mess with anyone’s sense of wellbeing it’s uncertainty. And it seems to me that these are especially uncertain times. As I walked over Battersea Bridge yesterday morning, with a head full of worry about things I can’t control – that bloody B-word, for a start – I saw that the

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