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A unique approach to modelling made possible by the power of the AWS Cloud will help cities to be designed more effectively for the demands of COVID-19 and beyond.
Amazon is leveraging its scale and resources to support employees and communities in India amid the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Caterers at Amazon’s UK head office in Shoreditch, London, have been supporting Shoreditch Trust’s Community Table programme by providing hundreds of free meals to the local community.
UK Biobank and Amazon join forces to help medical researchers understand the long-term health effects of COVID-19.
Sea-cleaning robot and sanitiser-dispensing phone shortlisted for the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize
A shortlist of 40 inspirational projects from teams aged 11-16 are in the running to win a top prize for young inventors of £20,000.
Tech East’s Tim Robinson explains why Amazon’s ‘working backwards’ methodology for innovation can have a big impact on small and medium-sized businesses in the East of England.
Together, Pledge signatories generate over $1.4 trillion in global annual revenues and have more than 5 million employees across 25 industries in 16 countries.
Amazon has become the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy globally after investing in new renewable energy projects in the U.S., UK, Canada, Spain and Sweden.
We spoke to the International Organization for Migration to find out how it’s working with Amazon Web Services to scale up the services it provides to migrants worldwide.
Brand new electric delivery vans are hitting the road across the UK, and they need to be regularly charged. Find out how hundreds of electric charging stations have been installed at Amazon sites, with the help of a UK-based company that started life in humble beginnings.