You’d think that writing scientific papers today, with all the digital tools at hand, would be a breeze. But you’d be wrong. Scientific work is not helped along by the Internet but challenged by it. Why? Because scientists, for the most part,

Albert Einstein once said: “Genius is 1% of talent and 99% percent hard work.” A descriptive example of it is Nala Rinaldo, a Jakarta-Bali, Indonesia-based photographer, former graphic designer, creative director, broadcaster, and TV/Film Director, who is currently working as

Online mental health counseling? That exists? I was rather surprised to learn that it actually does. Mental health counseling is frustratingly expensive. As reported on Talkspace.com, a single, one-hour counseling session in the US costs an average of $75-$150 (it gets

Sometimes, you can look at a photo that has captured a specific moment in time that makes you stop gaze on adoringly. Hanni Gharib is one of those photographers that keeps the magic of photography alive with 213 thousand followers on

Why Surface Matters Javier de Riba is a 31-year old creative Catalan designer and artist, born and raised in Barcelona. He has worked at various agencies and studios in the role of Art Director. Today, he works as part of the Reskate Arts

When the vast majority of people think about running for any amount of time longer than 10 minutes, it's usually not with great enthusiasm. Timothy Olson, the founder of Run Mindful Retreats, is a decorated ultra distance runner for The North

Editor’s Note: This piece is part of a series in collaboration with the SDSN-Y exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here. Interview with Claudia Abate-Debat, Founder and Executive Director of the Foundation for Post Conflict Development and

The controversy over soda taxes tells us why effective public health policies are so difficult to enact. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney recently proposed a tax on sugary beverages to help fight obesity. The proposal drew national headlines after both Democratic presidential

Water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water. –Albert Szent-Györgi, 1937 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Water is known to be as plentiful as air and just as free. Most of

Biotechnology  is going through one of the fastest developments in the century, particularly in the field of genetic modifications. While genetic modification has been well accepted in medicine and pharmacy, genetically modified food is causing one of the greatest global

In 2014, Forbes ranked three European soccer clubs as the world’s most valuable sports teams: Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester United. Fortunately enough, the US football reclaimed its rightful role in 2015 with the 2nd place of the Dallas

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