By 2030, India will have more than one billion internet users, nearly all going online primarily through mobile phones. They will begin earning, spending on themselves and actively engagi...
A study examined 26,000 patients experiencing chronic pain, and found that opioids were only marginally better than placebos at treating pain and improving physical functioning.
His predictions about computerization were mostly accurate, though some of his forecasts about education and space utilization were overly optimistic.
For the first time since 1998, a slew of books, films, and music compositions entered the public domain in the U.S.
These insights into the future of consumption in one of the world's fastest-growing major economies will help businesses and policy leaders envision the India of the future.
India is a major engine of global economic growth. But whether the country can achieve inclusive progress and maximize its potential depends on these three pillars.
The shift to an experience economy could do more than simply change how we spend our time and money - it could promote inclusion and democratize happiness.
Companies must imagine their future customers and employees, collaborate as they transform, and be mindful of how they operate to drive inclusive growth.
Antibiotic resistance has risen to dangerously high levels in recent years. New research reveals it's widespread, rather than frequent, use that's to blame.
The context-rich data supplied by augmented reality sensors could help businesses to connect the dots and build better products and processes.
In spite of the rise of the internet, we are no less addicted to books. But the web is changing how authors reach their audiences.
The very low rate of plastic recycling is one of the most worrying of this year’s notable statistics.
Nearly 6 billion tonnes of plastic has never been recycled. If it were bagged up and each bag stacked on top of another, it would be tall enough to reach the moon and back - 5,000 times.
A mere 1 in 4 Christmas jumpers are worn again the following year, which can have a damaging effect on the environment.
With Europe’s future seeming ever-more uncertain, economist Thomas Piketty has a radical plan to raise more tax and spend it on building a more equal society.