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Could we grow corn without using pesticides, or wipe out disease with terminator mosquitos? The technology already exists, but what are the ethical consequences of deploying it?
Kris Duggan, CEO of BetterWorks, offers advice on approaching and securing a mentor.
The Economist Intelligence Unit looks at safety in the world's cities.
Research suggests that even while we're awake, parts of our brains are falling sleep, and waking up again.
Leigh Fletcher looks at the insights Juno is offering scientists, and the world, about Jupiter.
Joschka Fischer, German Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor from 1998-2005, suggests that the 'West' as we know it could be coming to an end.
Also this week in gender equality news - Serena Williams aces sexism with powerful letter and Christine Lagarde urges wider respect for women.
Siddhartha Raja looks at how we can make the world of work more equitable and inclusive in the face of widespread disruption.
Amazon unveils Amazon Go, its new shop that allows customers to grab their items and leave, paying automatically through their Amazon account.
Despite numerous setbacks, 2016 can still be the year we choose a path of compassion and inclusion over fear and division.
MIT reseachers have developed a new computational model of facial recognition.
Which are the useful strategies in fighting corruption in Latin America discussed at the recent PACI meeting in Mexico?
Each week, I scan the most commented posts on the World Economic Forum's social channels and report on your feedback.
Almost 60% of those who voted in Italy’s referendum over the weekend said “No” to constitutional reform, marking an abrupt end to one of the most decisive reformist political moments in I...