As anti-intellectualism takes over politics, a newly discovered Churchill essay reminds us of the value of the sciences.
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‘Pure’ science and ‘Applied’ science are two sides which compete for funding, global visibility and fiercely race to scoop up the best talent.
Are we accidentally creating futures we may not want?
Chinese artist Zhenhan Hao and ECD of Sapient Nitro, Raymond Chin tackle the debate on ‘Imitation versus Innovation’ at the Spikes Asia festival
Technology is helping Olympians at the 2016 Games in Rio increase performance and gain an edge on the competition
European Inventor Awards recognise inventors from Europe and around the world who have contributed to social development, technological progress and economic growth.
Pete Blackshaw, Head of Digital for Nestle, talks to Thomas Crampton about how a large company innovates in a chaotic digital landscape.
A ponder over the success of awarded campaigns and how earned influence and culture change is an effective tool to judge creativity & effectiveness.
Google has elbowed Apple from the number 1 spot to claim the world’s most valuable brand, according to Millward Brown’s BrandZ™ Global Top 100 ranking for 2016.