To protect the futures of today's children and youth, schools and universities must go beyond Eurocentric approaches that dissect particulars yet miss the larger point.
EastEnders is planning to introduce a new bisexual character – let's hope they don't portray many of the classic stereotypes about bi people often seen on TV.
The idea that we can sit down calmly and rationally and explain to our children how they can take drugs safely overlooks a bundle of emotional issues.
Global forces affect corruption, too.
Certain wasps and flies which lay their eggs in specific species such as aphids could be a sustainable form of pest control.
Your fashion choices can help build a sustainable future – here's how.
As early as the 1860s the twin diseases of modernity – overwork and sleeplessness – became the focus of cultural anxieties.
Our responsibility to consider how the future might look for generations to come requires imagination.
An obscure Russian prince lays claim to being the first person to announce that humanity may destroy itself through its own technological advancement.
There is no solution to the unethical, unsustainable fashion industry – yet
Ultra-clear maps of individual toes were found in the brains of two foot painters – these are not found in typically developed humans.
The use of big data by companies, even when perfectly legal, can harm people.
The design of the global money game is the real antagonist in the fight against climate change. But the call to arms tends to be directed at the players who have had best luck with the dice.
Why do caseworkers and immigration judges not believe that asylum seekers are gay?
The only possible solution to the crisis, socialisation, is the one that the current government will not consider.
Some animals, like rats, learn linguistic patterns better than humans can.
From Strictly Come Dancing to the Tour de France 'curses' have rational explanations. Here, psychologists discuss why belief in them persists.
When asked to identify the most dangerous day of the year, we realised this research hadn’t been done.
Central planning may make an AI-supported comeback.
This selection of films shows the problem of extremism in its complexity, examining how real people can become radicalised.