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News and reports from Europe.

Essex Wedding Photographer wins big in Las Vegas!

Very exciting news for The Edge Photography’s Scott Johnson this week as not one, not two but three big awards come his way.

The Tablet releases the 8,750+ issues of its complete digital archive with Exact Editions

180 years of Catholic history have been digitally preserved by the brand new archive of The Tablet, a weekly journal that dates back to 1840. Developed in partnership with digital publishing experts Exact Editions, the archive serves as an important ever-expanding historical record that transcends its affiliation with the Catholic Church in terms of academic value.

World Kidney Day: ‘Is this just the tip of the iceberg?’

850 million people worldwide are affected by kidney disease [1] – a worrying figure, and one that continues to rise. Prevention of chronic kidney disease is therefore more important than ever, as Professor Carmine Zoccali (Reggio Calabria, Italy), President of the ERA-EDTA, emphasizes on the occasion of World Kidney Day on March 14, 2019.

World Kidney Day

“Kidney health for everyone everywhere” – ERA-EDTA has helped to put this motto into practice by offering support for young nephrologists living in disadvantage areas.

Colorectal cancer screening campaigns can save more than 130,000 lives annually

Today, Digestive Cancers Europe launched a campaign to promote colorectal cancer screening at the occasion of the start of European Colon Cancer Awareness Month (ECCAM). The event took place at the European Parliament and was hosted by MEP Lieve Wierinck (ALDE).

MEPS TAKE A DEMOCRATIC STEP CLOSER TO A FAIR AND SUSTAINABLE INTERNET

The European Parliament’s JURI (Legal Affairs) committee took a democratic step closer to achieving a copyright that is fit for the digital age when it voted today in favour of the text agreed in Trilogue.

Is Kidney Failure a Man’s Disease?

A new analysis of the ERA-EDTA Registry [1] reveals a striking gender difference in the incidence and prevalence of end-stage renal disease.

Loro Parque Foundation reintroduces six Tenerife-born parrots in danger of extinction to Brazil

The six specimens of Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) born in the Loro Parque Foundation's facilities and moved last August to Brazil for their reinsertion in nature have already managed to adapt to the harsh conditions of their habitat in the Caatinga and are now flying free in the wild.  The parrot is one

Supporting change at Chiltern

A new year and new horizons for Chiltern Cold Storage Group with MACS Software remaining its chosen WMS, with voice technology supporting growth and change for 2019.

FUTURE OF PRESS NOW IN HANDS OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AS MEMBER STATES ENDORSE COPYRIGHT DIRECTIVE

The European Publishers Council (EPC) welcomes today’s endorsement of the text of the EU copyright directive agreed in trilogue last week by a clear majority of Member States in their Coreper meeting. The European Parliament’s JURI (Legal Affairs) committee will meet at 15h00 on 26th February before the text goes to the full European Parliament plenary for final approval at the end of March or beginning of April.  If the directive is approved in plenary (the last during this Parliament before elections in May), Member States will have 24 months to implement it into national

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