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The Netherlands is Paying People to Cycle to Work
The Netherlands is Paying People to Cycle to Work
Shamov | 22 February
There are more bicycles than people in the Netherlands and they account for almost half of all journeys between home and work in the city of
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Why the 15-Hour Work Week is Not Just a Pipe Dream
Why the 15-Hour Work Week is Not Just a Pipe Dream
Shamov | 19 February
A strange thing happened on the way to the leisure society.   It was once widely anticipated that the process which saw the standard working week fall
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Exponential Technology Trends That Will Define 2019
Exponential Technology Trends That Will Define 2019
Shamov | 18 February
One of the most interesting aspects of 2018 has been the amount of change that has occurred in such a short time. There has been a remarkable amount of
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Why Our Current Energy Transition Is Both Unprecedented and Urgent
Why Our Current Energy Transition Is Both Unprecedented and Urgent
Shamov | 18 February
The combustion of oil, gas, and coal have made possible a much higher standard of living for humans through radical innovations in technology and science over
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How Does Finland’s Top-Ranking Education System Work?
How Does Finland’s Top-Ranking Education System Work?
Shamov | 18 February
Finland has been a top contender on every Program for International Student Assessment survey. The country built a comprehensive education structure
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These are the Three Biggest Threats Facing Humankind Today
These are the Three Biggest Threats Facing Humankind Today
Shamov | 05 February
Obesity, undernutrition and climate change are the biggest threats to the world population, linked by profit motives and policy inertia, a top commission said
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Cities are Planting more Trees to Fight Climate Change and Improve Healthy Living
Cities are Planting more Trees to Fight Climate Change and Improve Healthy Living
Shamov | 04 February
From Athens to Melbourne and Seoul to New York, big cities are increasingly turning to trees to help protect them from heatwaves and floods, and to boost
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How Smarter Machines Can Make Us Smarter Humans
How Smarter Machines Can Make Us Smarter Humans
Shamov | 03 February
In an era characteristically defined as "uncertain", there is one fact that every industry can agree on: artificial intelligence (AI) will be one of the most
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The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart - It’s Living and Green
The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart - It’s Living and Green
Shamov | 02 February
The varied universes of science fiction often offer inspiration for emerging technologies, or at least fitting leads for articles to describe them. Take the
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Science vs Superbugs: A New Wave of Solutions Is On the Way
Science vs Superbugs: A New Wave of Solutions Is On the Way
Shamov | 01 February
Hollywood is chockablock with movies about zombie apocalypses caused by some uncontrollable infection, while alarming real-world headlines proclaim the next
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We Must Stop Choking the Ocean with Plastic Waste
We Must Stop Choking the Ocean with Plastic Waste
Shamov | 01 February
The ocean can’t take any more. For centuries we have dumped our unwanted waste into the seas, creating a crisis that threatens not only marine life, but
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The Top Biotech and Medicine Advances to Expect in 2019
The Top Biotech and Medicine Advances to Expect in 2019
Shamov | 24 January
2018 was bonkers for science. From a woman who gave birth using a transplanted uterus, to the infamousCRISPR baby scandal, to
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5 Discoveries That Made 2018 a Huge Year for Neuroscience
5 Discoveries That Made 2018 a Huge Year for Neuroscience
Shamov | 22 January
2018 was when neuroscience made the impossible possible. There was the dazzling array of crazy neurotech: paralyzed patients shopped and texted 
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A New Architecture for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
A New Architecture for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Shamov | 19 January
The world today needs a new framework for global cooperation in order to preserve peace and accelerate progress. After the cataclysm of World War II, leaders
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Why 2018 Was the Best Year in Human History
Why 2018 Was the Best Year in Human History
Shamov | 16 January
The world is, as everyone knows, going to hell, but there’s still the nervous thrill of waiting to see precisely which dark force will take us down. Will
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