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Cosmetic procedures are the new make-up

Demand for non-surgical cosmetic procedures is on the increase, but protection against rogue practitioners and regulation of the sector are slow in coming

The $8 million road to F1

Many parents dream of getting their children into Formula One, and it is well-known that getting into the sport is expensive. But the precise cost has been a closely guarded secret until now, write Christian Sylt and Katy Fairman

Ten disruptive energy innovations

Gone are the days when cleaner energy was viewed as a fad – now innovations in energy production, storage and use look set to become mainstream

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Global cosmetic procedure trends ‘Global cosmetic procedure trends’

Infographic charting the top 10 most popular surgical cosmetic procedures in the UK, which countries performed the most popular surgical and non-surgical procedures in 2014, and where the most plastic surgeons live

Global food outlook ‘Global food outlook’

Infographic mapping hunger and food surplus across the globe, changes in food consumption including worldwide meat intake, and the predicted rise in food demand 2010-2030

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Minding the energy gap

The UK is heading for an energy crisis, with power stations closing down at a faster rate than a replacement energy mix is coming on stream. And as planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore points out, many of the factors that are widening the energy gap are also deterring the very people who could help close it, renewable energy developers and investors

The rise of the machines

Machine-to-machine communication is driving the internet of things and many successful businesses, says Kristina Hagström, managing director of FältCom Ltd

Malaysia races ahead with electric green

Malaysia’s eco-city Putrajaya is the perfect setting for electric racing and showcased its shared environmental credentials with Formula E

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'Scotland hardest hit by wind subsidy cut'

Scotland’s Energy Minister has hit back at the UK government’s decision to end subsidies for new onshore wind farms a year early

Who owns our data infrastructure?

Data infrastructure is as important as our physical infrastructure – so how should it be governed?

Learn to let go: the new reality for brands

For generations marketers have been trained to think and act in a certain way with brand and reputation management – now that schooling is fast becoming obsolete, says Thomas Brown, director of strategy and marketing at the Chartered Institute of Marketing

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