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The April issue reports on the Caledonia Clean Energy Project, a 4.2 million GBP feasibility study on a carbon-capture and storage. The project is being jointly funded by the UK and Scottish governments.
Our digital section discusses the use – and potential misuse – of big data. The first article highlights the increased use of “data-driven politics” in the upcoming UK general election. UK political candidates have all turned to companies that create voter profiles and demographic targeting to bolster traditional campaigning. nuances also examines how the use of big data is making its way into credit scoring.
In the transport section, nuances reports on the Bavarian A9 Autobahn. Federal Ministry of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure Minister Alexander Dobrindt is heading up a “digital field highway” that he claims will ensure Germany’s digital sovereignty.
In the finance section, we discuss how Blockchain could change the way banks do business. Lastly, in the opinion section we discuss the American model of innovation and competition in comparison to the German approach to entrepreneurship.