So much for the idea of dumb jocks.
It’s awkward to ask your friends to repay money they owe you--but it may be a lot easier to donate it to a good cause with a new app from Unicef.
As companies and criminal organizations find ways to adulterate medicines so they can make more money, pharmaceutical companies and doctors are working to keep control by developing fast and cheap methods of verifying a drug is what it’s supposed to be. Is that Viagra in your Tylenol, or are you just happy to see me?
In innovating and evolving the Fair Trade model there are lessons for everyone trying to find solutions to global issues.
An ambitious project is chronicling Philadelphia’s explosion of gun crime, in the hopes of finding some solution to stop us from shooting each other.
You’ve probably already thrown out some perfectly good food today, and our wasteful attitude toward food as a society costs a lot of money and environmental damage. Fixing it is just a question of changing some attitudes.
The death of important gut-dwelling parasites that we co-evolved with may be causing the rise in food allergies and other diseases. Now scientists are working on finding ways to have us and our worms live in harmony again.
As Isaac continues to pour down rain on the Gulf Coast and test New Orleans’s new flood-prevention system, there are lessons we can learn from other cities about how to design a city to make the most of too much water.