From the sweet to the fruity, the complexity is pretty amazing...
There are so many lessons to be learned from the horrific events at Grenfell Tower and we will be digesting them for some
We are seeing the rise of a new technology era, which is changing our infrastructure and the way we usually engage with the world. This is creating a gap we have yet to understand, which will bring difficult challenges.
The vernacular of 'Science 2.0' has become increasingly utilised in the debate about the future of science. Many media articles and conferences focus on this topic, and the European Commission has recently held a public consultation to better understand the impact of 2.0 and desirability of policy action to enable it.
We've all faced 'feature creep' - the often overwhelming new choices and functions of our shiny new technology that can baffle, confound and occasionally distress us. But not all technology or innovations needs to perplex us. Sometimes we smack our foreheads and say "wow, I never even knew I needed this, but it will change my life."
Sometimes it can feel as if women take two step forwards and one step on the path to leadership. But there's a groundshift taking place. I see it in the groups I work with, in the young women I coach. They want to change things...
During 2013 our office became collectively addicted to Breaking Bad. For those not hooked the drama, streamed by Netflix
Brands beware - there is pent-up consumer demand for simplicity and transparency. To many it's a scary idea. A company that knows us so intimately it can give us what we want, almost before we know it ourselves.
Many of the survivors of the 1960s still think the battle against poor housing is worth fighting. Will a new generation have the passion and persistence to join them?
It's been a highly charged month for parents. In the midst of that annual break from routine - the Summer holidays - when