Turning COVID-19 into a political issue doesn't help the public's understanding of the disease and what needs to be done. Good things are happening we should feel optimistic about.
‘Wanna great investment?’
China rose to become the second biggest market for venture capital in the world. Then came COVID-19.
Our working lives provide us with something more important than a pay cheque.
The UK has acted tactically to avert disaster – the basic problem has not been solved and there is no exit in sight. But there is a long-term prospect of things changing for the better.
Abraham Verhoeven: Don van Draper?
Examining the first newspaper notices from 400 years ago reveals the beginnings of marketing strategies that would eventually power the advertising world into the modern era.
Patrick Vallance currently heads up SAGE.
Science Advisory Group for Emergencies is not a secret cabal.
New chancellor, Rishi Sunak delivers his first budget.
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Rishi Sunak has delivered his first budget as UK chancellor and the Conservative Party's first budget since winning the 2019 general election.
Baruch Spinoza, one of the great rationalists of 17th-century philosophy.
Unknown artist via Wikimedia Commons
It's not a case of being afraid of different ideas, more that some people want everyone to think as they do.
Race, region and grades all play a role.
Success in finding an internship is tied to factors that range from prior experience to local unemployment rates, new research has found.
What’s on the cards.
The SNP administration has adopted a fashionable so-called 'mission-oriented' approach for its flagship economic development plan, but it looks a lot like mission impossible.
Seorang ibu berjalan melewati pasar tradisional seafood Huanan.
Gambaran eksotis dan penuh sensasi dari pasar tradisional Tiongkok bisa menghambat pemahaman menyeleruh akan sebab wabah virus ini.
Un ouvrier pousse un chariot devant les étals de Gage street, le site de l'un des plus anciens wet markets de Hong Kong.
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Les médias véhiculent des représentations exotiques et sensationnalistes des marchés aux animaux chinois qui peuvent empêcher d’appréhender correctement les causes d’émergence des nouveaux virus.
Woman walks past the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.
Exotic and sensational depictions of Chinese “wet markets” may prevent a proper and efficient understanding of how viral diseases emerge.
Let battle commence.
The US reaction to the UK's digital tax proposals is like 1765 all over again.
Lake Jialong in the Central Himalaya is a new lake created by glacial meltwater.
Meltwater lakes forming at the head of glaciers are causing them to shrink faster, which will affect the flow of big rivers that supply millions of people downstream in Asia.
Physician letting blood from a patient. Attributed to Aldobrandino of Siena: Li Livres dou Santé. France, late 13th Century.
British Library, London, UK
A handful of manuscripts remain which give researchers valuable insights into medieval science.
Deeply divisive issues like Brexit are seeping into the way people interact with one another, undermining trust and tolerance of others.
The Yorkshire Dales, England.
Much of the UK's farmland is unproductive. It could be put to better use storing carbon, offering recreation and providing wildlife habitat.
Why the armed group, Hezbollah, doesn't want ongoing protests to upset the ruling coalition in Lebanon.
Rugby World Cup 2019 semi final match between New Zealand and England.
Rugby players, wrestlers, mixed martial artists are at risk of it. As are piano movers.