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Syndicated august 15, 2016

Do Food Scares Really Change The Way We Eat?

Months after the WHO warned that it caused cancer, bacon is enjoying a sales streak. But it’s not the first time we have overcome our fears about foodstuffs

Syndicated july 28, 2016

This Human Sensor Makes Air Pollution Visible

The hi-tech illuminated costumes worn by media artist Kasia Molga reveal changes in urban air pollution and bring together art and science

Syndicated july 18, 2016

From Standing Desks To Relaxation Zones, What Makes A Productive Office?

The design of offices might help us cope with the stresses of work, as technology blurs the lines between our personal and professional lives

Syndicated july 1, 2016

Looking At Cities Through The Eyes Of A Burglar

Burglars look at buildings in a different way, seeing lift shafts that can be shimmied up and plasterboard walls to cut through

Syndicated june 8, 2016

How To Feed 9.7bn People? Startups Take On Global Food Problem

In hunt for solution to rising population, agriculture has adopted venture capital mindset

Syndicated march 24, 2016

Staging a Revolution: Can Theater Be An Effective Form of Activism?

Performance has been connected to political causes but does it have an impact?

Cities march 15, 2016

Millennials at Work: 5 Stereotypes and Why They Are (Mostly) Wrong

Generation Y has been labelled a bunch of lazy job-hoppers—the truth is very different

Home march 8, 2016

Generation Y: A Guide to a Much-Maligned Demographic

Tech-savvy? Narcissistic? Open-minded? What does being a millennial really mean?

Cities october 9, 2015

Voluntary ‘Sugar Taxes’ Can Help Tackle Obesity

Brighton city council calls on shops to add levy to sugary soft drinks as part of campaign to drive down diet-related diseases

Culture september 24, 2015

How Instagram is Being Given a Gay Makeover

Gay users are flocking to the photo network which offers support, belonging and taut abs

Cities august 17, 2015

Might There Be An App for Loneliness?

Technology is often blamed for social isolation, but girlfriend chatbots, dating sites and parenting forums can help break down barriers

Advertising july 24, 2015

Why British Museums Need to Start Charging Entrance Fees

Entrance fees in Britain's museums would create a supplement to public funding and would make visitors value these institutions and their art more than they do now

Advertising march 23, 2015

Social Enterprise is Key to World’s Water Woes and Beyond

Traditional divisions between NGOs, charities and businesses are blurring with new collaborative projects on water

Advertising march 20, 2015

TV Views Have Been Transformed into Charity Donations

CBS network launched an initiative that rewards viewers for watching through charitable donations. But will it prove sustainable?

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