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Flood incidents have become some of the most common effects of global warming while some regions have reported water levels reaching 500-year highs. Image credit: Dean Moriarty | Pixabay

Climate change will transform how we live

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Given future prospects, tech and policy experts, however, see reason for optimism. It’s easy to feel pessimistic when scientists around the world are warning that climate change has advanced so far that it’s now inevitable that societies will either transform themselves or be transformed. But as two of the authors of a recent international climate report, they see reason for optimism. The latest reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change discuss changes ahead, but they also describe how existing solutions can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help people adjust to impacts of climate change that can’t be avoided.Read More »Climate change will transform how we live

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Artificial intelligence bringing precision and speed to the production line

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With the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) technology integrated with modern cloud platforms, embedding AI into business processes is no longer an expensive or lengthy process. Industry leaders are displaying a rapid approach to innovation, deploying an AI application in manufacturing production lines.Read More »Artificial intelligence bringing precision and speed to the production line

Refrigeration being essential globally, for our health as well as for our food supply, it must be sustainable. Image credit: IIR

Cold chain technology brief: vaccines

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The International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) has released this note that provides an overview of the vaccine cold chain in general and COVID-19 in particular, its requirements and challenges. First, the effects of temperature on these vaccines, old and new, and their storage and transport requirements should be known. Second, the temperature-controlled logistics of vaccines in general and COVID-19 vaccines in particular, and the equipment and solutions used for their cold chain, must be analysed. Finally, if refrigeration is essential for our health as well as for our food, it must be sustainable, and it is therefore necessary to analyse the challenges to be met so that the cold chain for vaccines disrupted by COVID-19, is sustainable in the short, medium, and long term.Read More »Cold chain technology brief: vaccines