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  1. For the sake of the planet – and your portfolio

    An Environmental Impact Equity strategy is a rewarding way for investors to gain access to publicly traded companies that have urgently needed potential solutions to the many environmental challenges facing society in the decades ahead.

  2. The new security line

    The need for safety and security is rising all the time, accelerated by technological developments such as the cloud or 5G. There are considerable challenges ahead.

  3. The resource of water

    Clean water is becoming a scarce commodity in an age of progressing climate change and environmental pollution. Companies can make a valuable contribution by developing technologies to purify, desalinate, and use water more efficiently.

  4. Implications of COVID-19 to the Digital Health Theme

    Interview with Pascal Mercier about the current implications of the COVID-19 crisis to the Digital Health theme.

  5. New perspectives for the organ transplantation market

    New perspectives for the organ transplantation market

    Organ transplantation helps to save overall costs. Of all organ transplantations, kidney transplantation is the most frequent by a wide margin (66% of total transplanted organs in 2016).1  Despite the high cost, various health economics studies found that the procedure is cost-saving. To mention one of the studies: “In conclusion, kidney transplantation is cost-effective across all donor types despite higher costs for marginal organs and innovative living donor practices.”2

  6. In Cloud We Trust

    The adoption and utilization of cloud technology is rapidly changing the IT landscape. We think this technology provides the democratization of immense computing power to everybody because it gives every user the same access to powerful computing without having to set up costly data centers.

  7. How relevant are sensors for Digital Health?

    How relevant are sensors for Digital Health?

    In the last couple of years, world politics seem to be on a path where nations are increasingly growing apart. At the age of connectivity, where the six degrees of separation1 theory looks more true than ever, this is quite a direction shift. Despite this multipolar scenario, there are various common global challenges to take on.

  8. Robotics & Automation: The productivity paradox

    Robotics & Automation: The productivity paradox

    Advances in technology herald the dawn of a new era. Artificial Intelligence or “A.I.” enabled by super-fast computers and accessed over high-speed wireless internet connections, will revolutionize the way we work and live.

  9. What can Digital Health do for China?

    What can Digital Health do for China?

    Healthcare systems around the world have gotten out of balance over the past couple of years. Demographic shifts toward aging society, among others, has led to a growing cost issue for most of them. Cost and capacity issues usually can be solved by increasing efficiency. So, how can efficiency be improved within global healthcare systems?

  10. Hardware hacking and its consequences

    Hardware hacking and its consequences

    As we observe the growth in global data traffic, driven by entertainment content and corporate data, a notable (and previously almost non-existent) part of the new “datasphere” is emerging.