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Oil & gas venturing in Q1 2021
Q1 analysis: Venturing deals still concentrated in non-core areas, more exits reported in the first quarter, average deal size dropped slightly
Special report: Mission for capturing, storing and using carbon
CO2 is the focus but limiting emissions is hard; capturing, using and storing offers opportunities; but critical under investment in innovation
CVC throws off covid gloom in Q1
Analysis: Q1 2021
Corporate venturing hits record highs
Monthly analysis: March 2021
Mission for capturing, storing and using carbon
CO2 is the focus but limiting emissions is hard; capturing, using and storing offers opportunities; but critical underinvestment in innovation
Innovation and digitisation mean healthcare is at a tipping point
This is the first in a series of quarterly publications for the Global Health Council looking at drug development, healthcare providers such as hospitals and digital health, payments and patient wellness. This first article looks at the implications of the disease treatments coming out of advanced research and artificial intelligence and the broader shift to digitalisation in healthcare. The next issue will focus on the providers of healthcare.
Corporate venturing continues strong in February
Monthly analysis: February
A shining beacon in the dark
Where do you begin to summarise a year that has been the most challenging on a global scale in living memory? P

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Innovation and digitisation mean healthcare is at a tipping point
Feature: artificial intelligence driving disease prevention, digital health enables personalised medicine, investment takes off
Industrials survive the pandemic
Sector analysis: Industrial
Korea corrals corporate venturers
Innovative region: South Korea
How to orchestrate quantum computers
Q&A with Itamar Sivan, the co-founder of Israel-based quantum computer orchestration technology developer Quantum Machines.
Quantum computers poised to revolutionise chemistry
Nature’s laws of physics are difficult to replicate through an arrangement of binary computer switches, no matter how many of the switches we have access to.
Using the cloud to roll out artificial intelligence
Cloud servers can be thought of humanity’s first truly global infrastructure given they act as the bedrock for executing artificial intelligence (AI), or so went the argument in a November edition of The Economist.

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Mission for capturing, storing and using carbon
CO2 is the focus but limiting emissions is hard; capturing, using and storing offers opportunities; but critical underinvestment in innovation
Innovation and digitisation mean healthcare is at a tipping point
Feature: artificial intelligence driving disease prevention, digital health enables personalised medicine, investment takes off
GCV Leadership Society Chairman's Welcome Letter
GCV Leadership Society chairman’s welcome letter by Young Sohn, chairman of the board, Harman International and senior advisor, Samsung Electronics
In innovation we trust
World of Corporate Venturing 2021 editorial by James Mawson, editor in chief, Global Corporate Venturing
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