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Your gut feeling could actually become more reliable with experience, new research suggests.
New research from Imperial College London aims to target the protein viruses latch to, rather than the viruses themselves.
Though short-term growth is important, modern leaders need to look further ahead to secure success.
Harnessing the power of people, and using the creative minds of everyone, is vital to make the next step in innovation.
And it helps teach them business and entrepreneurial skills.
These six principles highlight the practical ways to innovate within your company.
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"The solutions that policy-makers are looking for have often already been invented somewhere else but an idea is just an ephemera without the right person to make it happen."
New research shows just how heavily influenced we are by new technology.
Antiquated record-keeping in developing countries is preventing basic immunization from reaching many children – a gap technology could fill.
Curiosity might kill the cat, but it won't kill the leader, argues this expert.
More venture capital, less labour law and a 21st-century education system are how Europe can beat the trap of falling living standards for future generations.
An explosion in 20th Century technologies, treatments, and other science-backed practices helped to increase global life expectancy at an unprecedented rate.
There are lots of opportunities - but lots of uncertainty too.