Quantum computing holds much promise, and a few UK players are squaring up to the challenge.
Several nations have flexed their Anti-Satellite capabilities recently, going as far as shooting down their own assets. This tiptoes around the armament prohibition in space and on celestial bodies as agreed in the OST; nonetheless, arms have voyaged there.
The Convention aimed to criminalize all sorts of violence, whether it be physical, sexual or psychological, towards all minorities, most importantly women and people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
Given that llamas are mostly known for their endearing appearance and their tendency to spit, their involvement in Covid-19 treatments may come as a quite a surprise.
In both the East and West where citizens increasingly value their privacy, regulators are clamping down on Big tech and e-commerce companies which have long exploited data they collected from users to further their dominance and curb competitors.
We are now collectively called for action. We are united towards 17 common goals and one common deadline: 2030.
In this keynote, we are joined by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and recipient of the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, as he provides his opinions on the opportunities available in unpacking social business opportunities during COVID-19.
On top of his list of accolades, Professor Yunus is Founder of Grameen Bank and the “Father of Microfinancing” – a humanitarian take on the financial sector.
I learned that you shouldn’t waste your energy stressing about things that are out of your control (in my case, a ship the size of the Empire State Building got stuck along the same route used by the vessel carrying my products). Enjoy what you’re doing.
The first segment of the KBR Young Entrepreneurs Series is in conversation with Carl Hjelmborn and Ruben Renmaker.
The people of Myanmar have been promised democracy many times, but as long as the military remains in the political arena and dictates the trajectory of the transition, they will continue to make a mockery of people’s right to self-determination.
One of the largest scientific breakthroughs of the decade leads to the generation of the first artificial thymus.
The technology, coupled with Gen Z’s passion for politics and activism, means the tone of Instagram has changed radically and will never be the same.
Even though authorities are trying to combat brand piracy, it seems that there is also another form of style imitation that is currently being neglected.
Already the government’s image had been put to the test on several occasions; this new crisis, concerning the peasants, to whom India remains very attached, seems to have pushed the authorities to the wall.
Brought To A Boil: How the sustained mobilization of student anger brought University Management to the table
For a campaign that only began in the new year, ‘KCL Rent Strike’ not only quickly found its footing but grew at unexpected speed. After three freedom of information act requests and tireless work, Daniel Bisset reveals how the university eventually met their demands.
We live in a society in which it is more common and more expected to meet a woman that has been harassed or abused than not.
The first in a series of reflections on the modern working landscape.