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Myths around 3D (bio)printing

Take care of your heart, you won't be able to print the spare one anytime soon!
3D printing is ...

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ASUS VIVOWATCH BP WATCH MEASURES BLOOD PRESSURE

Unexpectedly for us, the company returned to the development of smart watches

Asus may have left the race to develop ...

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Plastics in our bodies: The next asbestos?

Plastics are everywhere. They're in our food, water and air. A recent study revealed that 83% of tap water ...

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Retrospective Reinsurance in an M&A context

A sustained low margin environment, fueled by continued oversupply of reinsurance capacity, has started to weigh on insurers’ yields, particularly ...

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Make Asia More Resilient - Closing the NatCat Protection Gap

Integrated actions needed to build resilience against frequent and forceful natural catastrophes amidst climate change


In 2017, Swiss Re counted ...

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The Right to Forget Cancer

The right to forget cancer might seem a strange concept to many; who would or even could truly "forget" such ...

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Environmental sustainability and why it matters to Swiss Re

Around the world, Swiss Re is committed to minimising our impact on the natural environment. Our mission is to protect ...

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The Rise of Asia and why Inherent Defect Insurance Matters*

In 1950, there were only two megacities on this planet: New York and Tokyo. Today, Asia alone is already home ...

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Is Insurtech dead before it started?

Many people around me say that insurtech will be THE disruptor of re/insurance, but I don't think it ...

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How to differentiate ourselves in the China health market

There are many variables that influence consumers' decision in purchasing health policies. In a recent study of China's consumer ...

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Ten Years on: a Crisis Management Protocol

This month, on the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis, ten European finance ministries put together a position white ...

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Growing opportunities for overseas travel insurance in China

The number of Chinese tourists travelling abroad has increased significantly in recent years, and overseas travel risks have continued to ...

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10 years after the crisis, what have we learned?

Over the past weeks, I couldn't help but notice the slew of magazine articles reflecting on whether the world ...

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The mystery of Palu Tsunami

An earthquake of magnitude 7.5 is not a surprise for Indonesian region, which is located on the Pacific Ring ...

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Insuring our changing world

The theme for the upcoming 15th Singapore International Reinsurance Conference, "Reinsurance Reloaded", is rather timely, as the world is undergoing ...

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