Tamara Avellán looks at how access to proper sanitation can be improved, and argues that flush toilets are not the answer.
A new report has called for immediate action to counter the growing resistance of bacteria to antibiotics.
Ross Piper explores the possibility of medical advances from insects.
Research explores the patterns and implications of global talent mobility.
Physicists from Harvard University have turned hydrogen into metal for the first time.
How was Africa able to so quickly embrace — and benefit from — the mobile revolution? By creating a new market from scratch and changing lives.
As the iPhone celebrates its 10th birthday, watch Steve Jobs announce the first model.
Germany tops the ranking in a list dominated by European countries.
Recent studies suggest you can get better at a foreign language simply by listening to it, without speaking it yourself.
Khatera Sahibzada examines the most effective ways to give feedback.
While all sectors of society are affected by the developments of the Arab world, it is its young people, comprising two thirds of the region’s population, who are most impacted.
Enrico Perotti argues that zero long-term growth will be the new normal in developed countries.
Abhijeet Singh estimates the productivity of schooling in developing countries.
A new paper looks at the progress being made in eliminating extreme poverty by 2030.
Professor Danny Leipziger looks at the impacts of globalization and the possible impacts of failing to react.