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Empowering New Talent

Millions of people in emerging markets are unemployed and need access to opportunity. Chuck...

The Future of Coastal Cities

Christophe Girot says the river in Jakarta has become "the backside of the city," and in some...

Synching Man and Machine

Chris Lintott explores citizen science and the power of the crowd to transform machine data into...

China's Demographic Dividend

China's demographic dividend is disappearing and people are growing old before they are getting...

Curing Mental Health

One in four of us will experience mental ill health at some point in our lives and early diagnosis...

Taming Our Financial Systems

Today's international banking system is a complex house of cards that is vulnerable to collapse,...

Innovation In Health Monitoring

We may not be able to build the bionic man but we can do something more revolutionary, says Alex...

Towards Sustainable Globalization

Ian Goldin from the University of Oxford says we urgently need an inclusive and sustainable...

Retiring later may cut risk of dementia

Prof Albert Park, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - Cognition, Extended...

Feeding the World: Tensions and Trade Offs

Professor Charles Godfray, from the University of Oxford, discusses the future of food. One third...

Video Games and the Brain

Brain scientist Daphné Bavelier, from the University of Geneva, says we have a long way to go in...

The Politics of Nuclear in China

China’s ambitious plans for civil nuclear energy may prompt a tug of war between those for and...

China's Africa Challenge

How much we really know about the reality and history of China in Africa?  asks Deborah...

Mapping Technology Diffusion

What can the way we  adopt and use technology tell us about the gap between rich and poor...

Innovations in Nanotechnology

To reach our goal of a green earth we need to make solar panels more affordable, says Hele Savin...

Rethinking the City

Liveable cities are about more than just GDP, and to be sustainable they need to do more with less...

Remembering the City

As urbanization grows rapidly in Asia, people can become dislocated from their roots. Heng Chye...

Creating Space in the City

Fast growing Asian cities need new spaces to help people get on better with their neighbours, says...