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In Fukushima, a bitter legacy of radiation, trauma and fear

Five years after the nuclear power plant meltdown, a journey through the Fukushima evacuation zone reveals some high levels of radiation and an overriding sense of fear.

The hidden risk in the energy-water-food nexus

As the infrastructure for energy supply and demand continues to develop around the world, it will be critical to strengthen its resilience in order to withstand and mitigate risks to ensure supply to support economic growth.

Karolinska Institute scandal: systemic failures or individual errors?

Hiring someone for a job is always a big decision. But the Karolinska Institute’s 2010 decision to appoint as a visiting professor Paolo Macchiarini, once a world-renowned thoracic surgeon, turned out to be really big.