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Cryptocurrency 'TEU' to be introduced in container shipping

300cubits, a Hong Kong-based blockchain startup, intends to introduce a cryptocurrency ‘TEU’ with a select group of container shipping lines and freight forwarders receiving the first crypto tokens, from 1 Feb 2018, on a first come first served basis to promote their use as shipping booking deposits. 228 more words

News

Port of Shanghai Port Sets New World Record

The port of Shanghai has set a new world record by handling over 40 million TEUs.

On December 10, 2017, Shanghai Yangshan Deep Water Port, the world’s biggest automated container terminal, started trial operations. 102 more words

International Shipping

New Funding for Collaboration to Promote Universal Design for Learning

The Teaching Enhancement Unit (TEU) is delighted to partner with colleagues in Student Support & Development (SS&D) to implement an initiative focused on staff development in the principles and practices of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). 560 more words

Digital Learning

X-Projects: Funding Application

I am currently working with a team of colleagues here in DCU in the preparation of an application for funding and we are hoping (if successful!) that there will be an opportunity for a student (or students) with an expertise in graphic design to get involved. 196 more words

X-Projects

Relocations and Exciting Work and Learning Space Redevelopments Underway

We are pleased to report that we have some exciting redevelopments underway to our current work and learning spaces.

Phase 1 of this work involves the… 447 more words

Digital Learning

Self-Annihilation of the Neoliberal Body Machine

Walking into the Otago University Student Association (OUSA) Clubs and Societies Centre, I am reminded that the International Socialist Organisation (ISO) in Ōtepoti has no property of their own. 1,768 more words

Society

New Digital Currency "TEU" to Transform Container Shipping Business

The creators of a new industry-specific digital currency that shippers can use to book ocean shipments say so-called “cryptocurrency” could help reduce carrier overbooking and shipper no-shows, which cost the industry some $23 billion annually. 618 more words

International Shipping