Rachel Kiddell-Monroe is a lawyer and an activist focusing on humanitarian assistance, access to medicines, global health, governance and global health ethics. After working for several years with grassroots organisations in Indonesia, Rachel joined MSF. She headed emergency humanitarian missions

This interview is the second in a series exploring the the creative process behind sound art - a relatively new and eclectic niche in the art world where music, noise, visual art and technology blend in mind-bending ways. Aloïs Yang is a

On first look, Twins for Peace is a company that sells shoes to raise funds to produce shoes for children in poverty-stricken countries, but, that description merely scratches the surface. In fact, Twins for Peace was created to ‘foster impactful progress’, to consistently

The London Lions? No it’s not an NFL franchise yet, though it does have a nice ring to it—a lot to admit coming from a Michigan native. The idea of an American football team based in London is no longer

Do you ever wonder why you are completely absorbed in certain applications and not others? Now, more than ever, technology has become a permanent partner in our lives allowing us to live, work, and play more efficiently. What exactly is

Human resourcefulness possesses the capacity to apply innovation in limitless ways, as Japan-inspired Hungarian inventor Matyas Gutai has demonstrated with his brainchild; Water House. His revolutionary proposal involves eliminating the problems of energy storage through the construction of buildings that

I first heard Alja’s name last year when we were looking for an inspiring speaker to come to our conference on digital skills. She is a geek, tech blogger, start-up mentor, co-founder of Europe Code Week, coding workshops organizer, and

Museums aim to collect, preserve, and display elements of art, science, and culture that have a significant impact on society. Through interactive exhibitions, museums can educate the public and bridge science communication gaps. Traditionally, we think of museums displaying tangible

 BOOK REVIEW HOOKED: HOW TO BUILD HABIT-FORMING PRODUCTS by Nir Eyal 256 pages, Penguin (2014) Winner of best Marketing book in 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards 2014  Engagingly written, this book is a brilliant application of behavioral psychology to business situations. As the Internet has

The Ethical Implications Of Health Professionals Refusing Treatment Due To Their Religious Beliefs. In early September 2015, Kim Davis who is the elected Deputy Clerk of Rowan County in Kentucky was jailed for five days for not dispensing marriage licenses to

Michael Klein is not the average academic, happy to live in an ivory tower. He is deeply concerned with the ultimate impact his work could have on society and is looking to make a “contribution to better public policy," as

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