What used to be some select few audiences of a rather niche club, driven by vintage aesthetics of pre-loved books, records of forgotten bands and retro-chic clothing, the thrifting culture has now broadened its boundaries.
These observations beg the question: exactly how did China come out the strongest from the pandemic? This article takes a look at some of the key drivers behind the country’s speedy recovery.
What role do ‘failures’ play in our engagement with technology? Is it simply a concept being reinforced by BigTech to sustain its business models? Or a collective failure on our part to learn from these mistakes?
With growing concern about the environmental impact on the fast fashion industry, are rental services the answer?
As time passed, it became clear that OxyContin was not the harmless pain control it was marketed to be.
The closure of every West End production brought about massive unemployment experienced across a range of industries.
In this keynote, we are joined by the Economist’s Intelligence Podcast host, Jason Palmer, as we deep dive into the news industry and his personal career journey.
Jason Palmer achieved a PhD in Molecular Physics at Imperial College before becoming a Science and Technology reporter at the BBC.
Marching daily on the streets during a global pandemic, you could say we risked our own lives, but certainly no more than our fascist government already has.
Bacteria Don’t Care About Geopolitical Borders: Necessity for Global Cooperation in Fighting Antibiotic Resistance
Ultimately, the prevention of antibiotic resistance must be a global effort. Bacteria will continue to evolve into resistant strains as long as their environment permits.
Companies like Rolls Royce need not advertise themselves, because they are aware of their value and worth; as a result, they have no problem selling. Be your own Rolls Royce.
The Google case, and the Big Tech investigation showcases the government’s discontent with the industry, specifically concerning fair competition, and lack thereof.
An insight into the alternatives available for those who plan to deviate from the norms of research and teaching.
Your value to the conference table, virtual or otherwise, is rooted in the very fact that you are not an employee.
It was a time of mass miscommunication when honesty and clarity were much more needed than ever.
The ego boosts were as welcome as always, and even the conversations that would have been abandoned under the “usual” circumstances were temporarily indulged – we were more amenable to “intrusions” when there was a “rule of six” limiting socialisation.
With climate change now at the forefront of public agenda…what would the future of energy look like under a Biden administration?
The environment is a living, breathing system – one that we are constantly suffocating. This is your chance to be part of change.