With disinformation now taking direct aim at scientific knowledge, the science community must take centre-stage in defending its values.
New data from the International Longevity Centre shows that output increases as age increases.
A Finnish cartoon character has become an unlikely hero for young Chinese, and even a symbol of resistance against compulsory socializing.
As linear careers become a thing of the past, the Kaleidoscope Career Model shows that we prioritize a number of key dynamics at different times in our life.
School enrollment and full-time employment have changed dramatically in the US.
There are a variety of possible reasons for the decline in teenage summer employment rate.
A surprisingly big part of our children's development is driven by culture.
A nutrition gamification programme in Nigeria called Nutrido is hoping to change the dietary behaviours of young people.
New research suggests than the achievement gaps between multilingual and other students have closed significantly.
Physical activity can increase the volume of grey matter and improve academic performance, say researchers.
As younger generations take longer to achieve milestones, the definitions and responsibilities of adulthood have had to adapt.
With the World Cup captivating the world, these projects are harnessing the community and spirit of the beautiful game.
A picture is worth a thousand words to the young globe-trotters of today. Increasingly popular destinations need to get wise if they're to survive.
These schools use solar power, rooftop gardens, meditation, coding and mixed classrooms to create incredible learning environments.
Human rights and peace are the most important social issues for young Europeans, according to a survey of more than 6,000 of them across seven EU countries.