More than half the world’s population is under 30 years old. This prompted Global Shapers to make an unprecedented large-scale survey with a goal of determining the mindset of this young ...
If you’re worried your country is going in the wrong direction, you’re not alone. But some nations are bucking the trend.
Yisong Yue, assistant professor at the California Institute of Technology, looks at the skills students will need for the workplace of the future.
New National Security Council chief of staff H.R. McMaster provide his list of essential reading for anyone interested in military affairs.
Nanoscience is offering solutions in a wide variety of fields, helping turn the once impossible into reality.
Data from Duolingo, a language learning-app, analyzes the languages people across the world are trying to learn.
Research in worms looking at getting rid of toxic cellular substances could offer an insight into Alzheimer's in humans.
Machiavelli said that we are driven by two main impulses, love and fear.
Carl Bildt, former Swedish Prime Minister, argues that the benefits brought by globalization are clear and we shouldn't turn our back on it.
Bodegraven, in the Netherlands, has installed traffic signals on the floor for pedestrains distracted by staring at their phones.
Laura Tyson and Susan Lund look at the impact of globalization, and the change towards a digital globalization.
Research suggests the number of start-ups with no women in executive positions or on the board is increasing.
In an interview, Bill Gates discusses automation and the need for a robot tax.
Rael Futerman argues that design thinking could be the critical skills for preparing the workforce of the future.
For the first time on a North American power grid, wind power has provided more than 50% of electricity demand.