We're seeing a new generation of gene edited plants and animals, and researchers have reprogrammed the human immune system to combat cancer.
Globally, we throw out a third of the food that we produce each year. ImpactVision hopes to end this food waste using hyperspectral imaging.
You've probably already asked yourself why you sometimes have trouble being happy. For most people, it’s not an easy question to answer.
You don’t need to climb Mt. Everest to find joy and wonder — you can find it anywhere
You team is the key to unlocking the full potential of your organization. They are (and you aren’t) the all-star.
Social media allowed us to enter into strangers’ homes and into their lives. In so doing, it spawned the era of the brand ambassador.
Eventually, our planet will be uninhabitable, and future humans will need to find another home.
Without action, a great idea resolves around nothing. Learn how you can take action and create a better future
According to the UN’s report on biodiversity, ecosystems are deteriorating more rapidly than ever. We need change now.
If we want to be able to soar when we jump, then we need to dare to collapse. Here’s how to change the way you think about failure.
Individuals are demanding experiences that are more immersive, engaging, interactive, and fun. But what place does virtual reality and augmented reality really have in our future?
Thanks to a grassroots movement, the UK Parliament has taken the unprecedented step of declaring an “environment and climate emergency.”
A new food called “kernza” is being hailed as the perfect weapon in the fight against climate change.
The U.S. houses more than 20% of the world's prison population, despite the fact that the U.S. accounts for less than 5% of the world's population.
Mo Gawdat is a software developer who found an equation that can be predictably applied to deliver happiness.
Our computers are reaching their physical limits. But physics is allowing us to circumvent these issues.
Regardless of how individuals may feel about felon voting rights, this story is a notable one. It highlights the power of a single individual to take action and drive impact.
When we think of the things that threaten our planet, our minds typically turn to smokestacks and landfills. We don’t typically think of food. But we should.
To meet the needs of a growing population, we're going to need to increase our productivity and decrease our ecological impact.
Reports indicate that, without action, there will soon be more plastic in the ocean than fish. But we can change that.