The country’s new Startup Act offers some eye-catching incentives to boost entrepreneurship, including a one-year leave period for employees to set up a new business with the right to ret...
Our tendency to shy away from things we think will bring failure is often a reason for failure itself. How do we learn to embrace it?
New York City will be doing its bit for the climate, children's health and animals by introducing Meatless Mondays in all its schools.
Education should place emphasis on skills that robots cannot imitate, like creativity and empathy.
From free care products to generous parenting policies, here's what makes Sweden, Denmark and Norway such great places to raise kids.
For a country with a population of less than 6 million, Finland is doing a remarkable job in future-proofing its institutions and workforce - and other countries would be wise to take notice
Researchers have found a link between the way students look relative to their racial stereotype, and their likelihood of completing a STEM degree.
We need to build educational and business environments for the future in which women can thrive and fulfil their potential. Monitoring, measurement and analysis can help us get there.
Researchers who compared how out-of-work men around the world feel have found that American men are more likely to feel negative emotions than their counterparts in other regions.
A gap is opening up between those countries ready to equip their businesses and businesspeople to handle change – and those being left behind.
Advances in technology are increasing demand for new kinds of jobs and for the requisite skills. But there could be a shortfall of more than 750,000 sufficiently skilled workers by 2020 i...
City authorities and major brands are working with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s #WearNext campaign to stop clothing ending up in landfill as part of a wider push to establish a circul...
The city's homeless will lead parties of tourists under a scheme which trains them as tour guides.
The 'air war' of setting the tone from the top only prepares the way for the 'ground war' of making sure policy is practiced in the office.
Research and academic organisations have a key role to play as thought leaders in transforming the systems that hold women back - but first they need to address their own gender biases