Good design is user-centred and inclusive by definition - and it can open up the world to everyone, as these innovative examples show.
Andria Zafirakou, winner of the $1m Global Teacher Prize, teaches some of the UK’s most deprived children. Here she explains why art in education is the key to unlocking these children’s ...
Pilgrims from across the globe are beginning to gather in India for the world's largest religious festival, Kumbh Mela.
For the first time since 1998, a slew of books, films, and music compositions entered the public domain in the U.S.
In a move to address the impact of mass tourism on its historic architecture and alleyways, Italy’s canal city is set to charge visitors an ‘admission fee’.
A new paper looks at the pros and cons of using emoji in more formal literature, such as medical documents. Can they really be used in a serious context?
Children's literature professor Michelle Superle delivers her six must-read children's books for the Christmas season.
The popularity of BTS suggests the Americanization of global culture is not inevitable
English dominates the internet and risks creating a digital divide, as demonstrated by this chart showing the discrepancies between languages used online and those spoken in real life.
With governments increasingly focused on building a STEM pipeline, they are potentially excluding those with the backgrounds required to maximize the benefits of technology.
Marin Alsop, Haifaa Al-Mansour and Sir David Attenborough will be honoured at Davos 2019 for their leadership in advancing positive change.
The success of K-pop has not been by accident, the government plays a huge part in the development and delivery of the talent.
From Harry Potter to Fantastic Mr. Fox, these childhood stories that have inspired actors, authors and entrepreneurs.
With the holiday season almost upon us, here are five books from 2018 that Bill Gates recommends giving as gifts.
Sci-fi has always had a reputation for predicting and inspiring technology and inventions.