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Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a chief curator for Oslo Architecture Triennale

Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a chief curator for Oslo Architecture Triennale

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Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a curator of Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
Date:
11/01/2018
Ants sacrifice their colony mates as parts of a deadly disinfection

Ants sacrifice their colony mates as parts of a deadly disinfection

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New research from the IST Austria (Institute of Science and Technology Austria), in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London, and the University of W├╝rzburg, has found that Lasius neglectus ants sacrifice ill ants to protect their colony from infection.
Date:
09/01/2018
Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption

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Every year a number of the top graduates of the GCHQ accredited MSc Information Security programme contributes valuable white papers to the Information Security industry through a thesis series hosted by Computer Weekly. In the ninth article - "Safety Meshing: Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption" - of our Computer Weekly 2017 Royal Holloway Information Security thesis series, Max Kington considers an approach to enhancing trust in social networks which is a combination of centralised and distributed trust systems.
Date:
13/12/2017

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