Refugee businesses provide opportunities for those who find that the doors to employment are often closed to them – even if they are well qualified.
How museums can reimagine themselves in the context of the climate crisis.
An algorithm driven world is dehumanising – but by understanding this we can call for a more equitable and human use of data.
New research has mapped sea-level rise around the Isles of Scilly over the last 12,000 years.
Before COVID-19, if you told me that I’d need to construct a tent in which to operate this year, whilst wearing spoggles and a respirator mask, I would not have believed you.
When it comes to leadership and innovation, there's much that industrialised nations can learn.
In north India, there is a particular history of purchasing brides from other states. We tell just some of their stories here.
A forensic archaeologist and former Zimbabwe police officer uses his investigative skills to find the missing and the dead in his homeland.
The Zimovs want to restore the prehistoric 'mammoth steppe' ecosystem and see if it slows down – or even reverses – melting permafrost.
Experts from France, Spain and the UK explain how Europe should respond to a rise in coronavirus cases.
New scientific research reveals how Thomas Cromwell's Machiavellian manoeuvring influenced his own depiction on the front of The Great Bible.
An evolutionary psychologist, politics expert and sustainability scientist discuss the potential for humanity to plan for the long term future.
What if the being responsible for creating our world wasn’t God, but some far lesser, far more fallible being like a scientist or video game designer?
This is the story of 'Misha', as I have come to know her. Both I and my research have been deeply affected by a polar bear I have never met face to face.
Seventy-five years ago, the first atomic bomb exploded and a new world dawned.
Frustrated by the inability to get good internet, a rural village decided to dig a superfast connection in themselves.
The future of periods could be sustainable and cheap – but action is needed.
A cutting edge new research project is developing Lego-like bricks made from biomaterials to replace bone fragments in shattered limbs.
Conspiracy theories about mobile phone technology have been circulating since the 1990s and the imagined potential of radio waves to remote control a population.
Superbugs spread through the environment – and it needs urgent attention.