Levels of philanthropic donations are on the rise, but "this crucial source of funding must not distort universities’ missions and practices."
An IMF chart highlights the link between education and life expectancy.
Data suggests that our perception of changes in the world - for the better - is very different to reality.
Social media activists in China are attempting to drive change thanks to the use of #ricebunny.
HMRC, the UK's tax and revenue department, is writing to companies reminding them of the law around paid internships.
This infographic shows the 'mental models' some of the world's most successful people use to process what's around them.
If your job is at risk of automation, worry not: these charts visualize your next career move based on the skills you have now.
A new study looks at the impact of our parents genes on our development - even the ones we don't inherit.
More than 40 countries have won at least one Winter Olympic medal since the first games in Chamonix, France, in 1924.
Over years Bill Gates has recommended numerous books - here are some of the science-related ones he's suggested.
Britain's oldest, nearly complete human skeleton had dark skin, blue eyes and dark curly hair according to a new analysis.
The Global Talent Competitiveness Index ranks countries and major cities on their ability to attract, develop and retain talent.
A new form of intelligence is on the block, one that will be crucial in the fight against fake news and online threats such as grooming and cyber-bullying.
Being multilingual has been linked to higher exports, higher incomes and a healthier workforce. Proving it's never too soon to introduce more languages to your life.
Infants recognize that speech in a language not their own serves a particular purpose, a new study indicates.