A geography professor has turned census data into a dramatic visual depiction of US immigration.
High youth unemployment rates have been a problem across the world since the global financial crisis, particularly in Europe.
Chinese students who've studied abroad are returning home to disappointing domestic job prospects.
Digital technologies are making it less necessary to live in cities. The end of urbanization is nigh.
This year, despite death threats, the women of Zohra embarked on their first international tour. Now a new interactive website invites you along.
Behavioural scientists says trick-or-treaters can give us insight into human psychology.
In the Palestinian territories, described as not only fragile but also as one of the most confined places on the planet, change is brewing.
A World Health Organisation report revealed that the number of obese children and adolescents worldwide has risen tenfold in the past four decades.
Ageing populations will be a major challenge for the EU in the future.
Science is a key to hope—and solving grand challenges, whether in water purification or in other areas such as energy generation and storage or healthcare.
In the Global Shapers Annual Survey 2017, young people from 186 countries reveal five essential ways business leaders can create a youth-friendly workplace.
Singapore has announced plans to further control the number of vehicles on its roads.
A new study challenges the popular theory that slow development of the prefrontal cortex explains teenagers’ seemingly impulsive and risky behavior.
Oxford economist Max Roser has highlighted an astonishing statistic that shows how extreme poverty is declining.
This is how much it would cost to live in the world's largest megacities.