Higher education is usually seen as a way for individuals and families to improve their economic status. Research shows, though, that graduates can remain unemployed for up to a year.
What if globally designed products could radically change how we work, produce and consume?
Cities with populations of 10 million or more account for one-third to one-half of their country’s gross domestic product.
Planting bee-friendly plants seems to be the new fad in many cities around the globe. In the UK, amateur gardeners regularly try to attract such insects, while in France, farmers have offered land to help beekeepers.
In the current commercial space race, the idea of reusing rockets is gaining momentum.
Health benefits of being close to nature are well established, but the rise of apartment living means we can’t always be close to greenery.
Five tips for greater employee satisfaction and productivity.
The story behind the marathon is more complicated than it seems. The modern marathon distance comes from the 1908 London Olympics.
We are witnessing dramatic advances in the deployment of autonomous systems, but are we designing robots that can be trusted?
Laws cannot keep pace with technological advances – but that may not be a bad thing.
It’s better for the economy for more people to be married because of productivity and efficiency gains. This whole framework doesn’t require people to be of the same or different sex.
Freelancing is hardly the glamorous, coffee-fueled industry shown on TV. In OECD countries, most gig workers are in the service sector.