The founder of Codecademy explains why learning how to program is the best job security you can have, and how a knowledge of code is the best way to improve the economy and the planet.
It used to be that the best way to raise money for the developing world was to show the abject poverty that could be found there, but NGOs are finding that tactic no longer works. Instead, it’s time to focus on solutions.
A collection of some of the world’s brightest thinkers come up with their big world-changing ideas, from ways to pay for a global education boost to protecting our fish supplies.
Want to grow your NoGeMo? You better not feed it genetically modified food. That’s the goal of a new game from Chinese Greenpeace designed to help its users navigate the murky world of healthy produce in China.
The folks at the Center for Automotive Research are working on all sorts of things--from flying cars to wireless charging. But what trends do they see affecting how we get places in the more immediate future?
Preventative medicine isn’t the health-care industry’s forte: They’d much rather clean up your heart attack than prevent it. But a new program from Johns Hopkins might be covered, and is clinically proven to keep off the pounds.