Eyvor Institut Blogs

The global migratory dynamics and movement of commodities has increased the risk of biosecurity threats and their potential to incur large economic, social, and environmental costs. Infectious disease outbreaks, whether natural or deliberate, respect neither geographic nor political borders. As a result of rising numbers...

With the rise of environmental awareness, global organizations have increasingly been required to attach importance to environmental problems. To face the increasing emphasis on environmental protection from stakeholders, firms make active efforts to involve environmental concern into their corporate landscapes and strategic decision-making processes, in an attempt to go green....

The production and utilisation of foresight knowledge, such as prognoses, scenarios, outlooks and narratives about possible futures, has become an eminent feature of the action at the interface of life sciences and society and a subject of increasing interest in scientific and technological studies. In...

In the twenty-first century, biology faces a problem that has previously vexed other disciplines such as physics, namely the prospect that its knowledge domain could be used to generate biological agents with altered properties that enhanced their weapon potential. Biological weapons bring the additional dimension...

News and expert analysis on topics at the intersection of technological innovation, environmental issues, and security challenges from Eyvor staff members and occasional guests.

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