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25 Oct 2018

Some Reasons Why You Should Have Air Purifiers At Home

It is crucial to get the best air purifier for your house or office if

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24 Oct 2018

Dyson To Build Electric Cars In Singapore – With 2021 Launch Planned

The prominent Brexit backer Sir James Dyson has chosen Singapore over the UK as the manufacturing base

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23 Oct 2018

Cultural Heritage Has A Lot To Teach Us About Climate Change

Museums, archaeological sites and historical buildings are rarely included in conversations about climate change, which

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22 Oct 2018

How To Get People To Vote

In the United States midterm elections, it is common for as few as 40% of

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19 Oct 2018

Slavery Was Never Abolished – It Affects Millions, And You May Be Funding It

When we think of slavery, many of us think of historical or so-called “traditional forms”

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18 Oct 2018

Does Racial Bias Show Up In The Crosswalk?

African Americans may have to wait in a crosswalk about 32 percent longer than white

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18 Oct 2018

How To Play Pokemon Sapphire

A sister version of Pokemon Ruby, Pokemon Sapphire is one of the best Pokemon games

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17 Oct 2018

Can Universal Basic Income Achieve Economic Security?

A wealthy country like the United States needs a solution for improving the supply and

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16 Oct 2018

Machine Learning Makes A Cost-Effective Environmental Watchdog

Machine learning could help safeguard public health and spot environmental dangers, according to new research.

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15 Oct 2018

Here Are The Real Boundaries Of American Metropolises, Decided By An Algorithm

How is the U.S. actually split geographically? When we think about where we live, usually our

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15 Oct 2018

An Intriguing Sci-Fi Vision Of A Megacity

Artist Olalekan Jeyifous creates fantastical, futuristic images of Lagos, Nigeria, to get people thinking about

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12 Oct 2018

Why More Women Don’t Win Science Nobels

One of the 2018 Nobel Prizes in physics went to Donna Strickland, a major accomplishment

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11 Oct 2018

The Elimination Of Smallpox Showed How Humans Can Work Together To Solve Deadly Global Problems

If you were to watch a split-screen broadcast with global weather on one side and

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10 Oct 2018

One In Three Older Americans Is Lonely. Here’s What Can Help

Loneliness is on the rise in the U.S., and no one is immune. Research published

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09 Oct 2018

The UN’s 1.5°C Special Climate Report At A Glance

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a special report on October 08 on the

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09 Oct 2018

Why What’s Happening In Antarctica Won’t Stay In Antarctica

The loss of polar ice may seem like an abstract concern, but it’s one that

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08 Oct 2018

America Has Become A Gerontocracy. We Must Change That.

The United States has a gerontocracy problem. This was clearly demonstrated in the recent hearings

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08 Oct 2018

Do Cities Have Too Much Parking?

Minimum parking requirements create more parking than is needed. This in turn encourages more driving

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05 Oct 2018

How Zoning Laws Are Holding Back America’s Cities

Early city planners dreamt up elaborate ideas for America’s cities. But in their dreaming, they

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04 Oct 2018

Philanthropy – A Powerful Tool For Urban Community Building

Big business has always seen the benefit in philanthropy. From Rockefeller to Gates, industry magnates

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04 Oct 2018

Technology Can & Should Be Designed For Emotional Wellness

In an interview at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine in San Diego, Nichol Bradford, co-founder and executive director of

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03 Oct 2018

Rooftop Farming: Why Vertical Gardening Is Blooming In Kampala

Ugandans are finding creative solutions to the growing challenges of urbanisation. When Martin Agaba realised

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02 Oct 2018

‘There’s A Rock On This Beach!’ & Other Awful Tourist Complaints

An idyllic Cornish beach has been criticised for the placement of a rock out at

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01 Oct 2018

How Can Countries Help Refugees While Also Raising Their GDP? Let Them Work.

Uganda is an eye-opening example of how displaced people can lift up a nation, say

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Features

23 Apr 2018

What We Can Expect From China’s Economy In 2018

In 2017, we saw the consolidation of China’s power and influence globally, and of Communist

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18 Apr 2018

Robot Cities: Three Urban Prototypes For Future Living

Before I started working on real-world robots, I wrote about their fictional and historical ancestors.

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10 Apr 2018

Are Your Phone Camera & Microphone Spying On You?

Taping over the lens is just the first step in keeping online snoopers out of

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06 Apr 2018

Which are The Best Public Transit-Friendly Cities in America?

Living in a city that has great public transit access can be a big bonus

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06 Apr 2018

Technologies That Are Driving The Online Casinos Of Today

The technologies driving the online casinos of today have evolved gradually and tremendously over the

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05 Apr 2018

Europe’s Most Densely Populated Square Kilometres – Mapped

Prof Alasdair Rae at the University of Sheffield has crunched data from the Global Human Settlement Layer

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03 Apr 2018

Queenstown, New Zealand : Find Reward In The Little Things

Sometimes it’s the little things that count. Here are some of the best for free

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03 Apr 2018

Going Green Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Climate change is a massive problem. But can individual habit changes actually make an impact?

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03 Apr 2018

What Will New Zealand’s New Government Bring For Towns And Cities?

Almost 90% of New Zealand’s population is urbanised. Getting policy right for towns and cities

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02 Apr 2018

What Smartphone Photography Is Doing To Our Memories

Sharing photos may subtly change what — and how — we remember. Though they may

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02 Apr 2018

The Stockholm Metro: World’s Most Beautiful Underground System

The underground in Sweden’s capital city is not just a public transportation system but the world’s

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02 Apr 2018

Infographic: Conquering The World – Chatbots Gone Wild

Are Chatbots the Next Big Thing? Businesses are always looking for new and innovative ways

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28 Mar 2018

What Does Particle Physics Have To Do With Art Authentication & Restoration?

This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have

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27 Mar 2018

The 100 Million City : Is 21st Century Urbanisation Out Of Control?

Projections suggest cities will swell at an astonishing pace – but whether that means our

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27 Mar 2018

Academic Town: The Soviet Union’s Answer To America’s Silicon Valley

Tucked away in a remote forest of birch and pine in the heart of Siberia,

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27 Mar 2018

You Think You Have The Worst Job? Think again.

Did you ever heard the world’s worst job? Maybe sound hyperbolic but this man from

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26 Mar 2018

Massive Study Of Chess Games Reveals How & Why Humans Make Mistakes

Decision making is influenced by the complexity of the situation, the skill of the decision

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26 Mar 2018

Why All Big Cities Need For Democratic And Metro-Scale Governance

Infrastructure Australia has called for metropolitan-scale governance of Australia’s largest cities. The new report by the Commonwealth’s

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26 Mar 2018

Singapore Changi Airport 2018: World’s Best Airport For 6th Consecutive Year

Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the

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23 Mar 2018

How Long Can The World’s ‘Least Sustainable’ City Survive?

Set deep in the Valley of the Sun, the lush and sprawling ‘megapolis’ has a

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23 Mar 2018

Why Our National Obsession With Work Is Killing Us

In Japan, there’s a word for working too hard. Karoshi, or “death by overwork,” leads to

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