6 Things We Learned About the Environment at Davos 2019
From the moment Sir David Attenborough took to the stage on day one of the meeting and declared, 'the Garden of Eden is no more', environmental issues topped the Agenda in Davos. Here are six moments that stood out.
In our complex and interconnected world, we need leaders of imagination, understanding, and emotional intelligence. To cultivate such leaders, we must value and invest in the humanities, says Peter Salovey, President of Yale University.
These Countries Could Be the World's New Education Superstars
From Turkey to Thailand, some countries punch above their weight when it comes to university access and research. And where education takes root, economic growth soon follows, says Chris Parr of Times Higher Education.
If science is going to save the world, we need to make it open
The last few weeks have been a momentum time in the sciences: not because of a breakthrough in gene therapy or quantum computing, but because world leaders have twice called for scientific papers to be made freely available to all.