Showing people with HIV living normal, healthy lives could have a powerful effect, a new study says.
The annual Business Book of the Year Award has published its longlist – with topics ranging from cyberwars to the race for COVID vaccines.
Adam Grant outlines his top 10 leadership reading recommendations for the fall.
In the European Union, books are rising in price more slowly than consumer goods – data from Eurostat shows.
Book sales in Sweden are at an all-time high in the first half of 2021 as people travelled less and entertained themselves more at home due to COVID-19.
After some unprecedented slumps due to COVID-19, the global entertainment and media industry is set to rebound strongly, a new report says.
Arts and humanities scholarship will have much to offer as we reflect long into the future on the COVID-19 pandemic, writes a classics professor.
From ancient to modern, the macabre to the eclectic, here are this year’s additions to the global list of the planet’s culturally significant places.
Underwater archaeology is incredibly dangerous and expensive but a new model can map shipwrecks with 92% accuracy, reducing time, costs and risks involved.
Forget Sharknado: sharks are actually vital to the ocean and the planet. Radio Davos also hears how streaming music can help reforest parts of Africa.
Movies can make you laugh, cry, and think differently about life. It’s no surprise that climate change movies are helping activists spread their message.
Music has long been known to help relieve stress. But how exactly does it work, and which songs are best for our mental health?
More than 30 new sports have been added since the start of the modern Olympics. This year’s Tokyo Games will debut skateboarding, climbing and surfing.
Only a few African migrant football players remain in the game in coaching or administrative positions in European football after their careers finish.
In an Instagram video post, Las Vegas Raiders player, Carl Nassib announced that he is gay, making him the first ever active NFL player to come out.