Rael Futerman argues that design thinking could be the critical skills for preparing the workforce of the future.
For the first time on a North American power grid, wind power has provided more than 50% of electricity demand.
March 20th marks the World Day of Social Justice. The point of the occasion is to recognize the need for fair access to resources and opportunities, and for societies to be rooted in huma...
Phil Schraeder, president and COO of GumGum, looks at helping staff - in particular millennials - feel like they fit in.
Dani Rodrik argues that global citizens must be cautious not to forget about their compatriots and national needs and challenges.
SupChina looks at four defining Chinese novels from the 14th to 18th Centuries.
From bad moods to helping people walk again, here’s how brain science is changing the way we interact with the world around us.
A recently discovered essay on aliens, written by Winston Churchill, proves to be highly contemporary and relevant, despite it being 78 years old.
Only 5% of people in OECD countries are any good with a computer.
The Center for Economic and Policy Research explores prime-age employment rates for different demographics to analyse the US recovery.
A study into humans' optimal search stategy unpicks why we look for things in the way we do.
Research has debunked a misconception about the limits to the human lifespan.
It took the human population nearly 200,000 years to reach 1 billion, but only 200 years to reach 7 billion. Here’s how it happened.
Understanding how to harness the power of platforms and systems will be critical to address the challenges associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution and maximize the benefits to so...
From biometric identification to seamless airport transfers, digital technology needs to be at the core of every journey we make.