A new guide from the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania highlights five core elements of a robust democracy: empowering citizens, fair processes, respon...
From liking a post of your friend's dog, to seeing injustice videos that rile you, social media is full of quick gratification. But it could be undermining our ability to engage with info...
Jhalki follows a nine-year-old girl trying to find her younger brother after their parents unwittingly sell him to a trafficker.
When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web in 1989, he envisioned it as an information management system for CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
British rock band Coldplay have decided to stop performing live in an effort to make concerts more environmentally friendly. Can gigs cut waste and become carbon neutral?
Many of the cultural institutions born in 1969 are still going strong half a century later.
The 10-minute game, called The Lost Foxfire, engages the player's senses of vision, hearing, smell, touch, and ability to feel heat.
The average American spends 5.4 hours on their phone - but the digital generation is seeking adventure (IRL) in real life.
The patterns in the eye of a fly, or the shimmer of a frozen drop of water: these are some of the best pictures of tiny things.
Parental leave can vary significant between sports and teams - but a few trailblazers are setting new standards.
350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, his impact across the world is measured. Why is he still so revered in 2019, also known as Rembrandt year?
Peter Handke and Olga Tokarczuk have both been honoured this year, after a controversy meant the 2018 prize was postponed.
Nearly a third of powerful female characters were shown wearing revealing clothing compared to less than 10% of similar male characters, a study of the film industry has found.
Machine learning is now breaking into the music industry, with its very own 'DJ' AI which creates personalised playlists for you based on behaviour and mood.
It begun with #MeToo, now Russian femenists are taking photos without makeup and deliberately showing off pre-conceived 'flaws' to challenge beauty stereotypes that women's rights activis...