Features, interviews, and news published in the US, UK, Spain, and Japan.
Pandemic beats: health and inequality. Main beats: science and technology.
New tech for wildfire recovery efforts. (Sloan Foundation, New York.)
Sensors for water distribution pipes and energy systems infrastructure.
Inclusive democracy in New York City. (Sloan Foundation, New York.)
The tech team helping city government represent its diverse communities.
Space exploration for the masses. (Sloan Foundation, New York.)
The visionary librarian bringing satellite science to global communities.
Eliminating child food poverty. (RCPCH, London.)
The legacy of austerity and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Screen time and mental health. (RCPCH, London.)
Remote learning, social interactions, and rising inequality.
Undocumented children and healthcare. (RCPCH, London.)
Barriers to accessing healthcare within migrant communities.
“You’re all idiots”. (I Science, London.)
Reflections on a weekend at a flat earth convention.
Honeybees help save coral reefs?. (oist.jp, Japan.)
A surprising solution to coral bleaching events.
Adventures in sound. (Asahi Shimbun, Japan.)
The impact of noise on biodiversity, health, and culture.
Brief moments shared with interesting people.
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Ainissa Ramirez, Author of The Alchemy of Us. (Sloan Foundation, New York.)
The AAAS-award winning science writer discusses her latest book.
Erika Lust, Founder of Erika Lust Films. (Metropolitan, Barcelona.)
The feminist filmmaker reimagining adult entertainment.
Juan Arnau, CEO of Elrow. (Metropolitan, Barcelona.)
The boss behind a family cafe turned global clubbing empire.
Professor Sir Lord Robert Winston. (Felix, London.)
A conversation on science, society, and post-post-truth.
OIST a world leader according to new Nature Index. (oist.jp, Japan.)
“Self-healing” layer brings solar technology closer to market. (oist.jp, Japan.)
New wave energy turbine installed on Okinawa shoreline. (oist.jp, Japan.)
BioAlchemy: decentralizing wastewater treatment. (oist.jp, Japan.)
Children with ADHD show increased punishment sensitivity. (oist.jp, Japan.)
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