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The 50 people changing the way we travel

Sir David Attenborough<p>At the time he joined the BBC as a trainee in 1952, Attenborough had only seen one TV show. He went on, of course, to present …

Bear Grylls

In the new climate of fear, our rescue boat turned away from people drowning

Last week, our rescue crew was afraid and 120 people probably died as a result.<p>A little after 9.30pm on Monday 18 June, during my watch on the …

University of Cambridge

Magnetic nanoparticles put the heat on cancer

Cancer is one of humanity's biggest killers, but scientists are coming up with some creative ways to fight back. Researchers at the University at …

Nanotech

Being rational all the time isn’t going to do you any favors

When Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky published their paper on Prospect Theory in 1979, few people could have imagined the long-term implications.<p>The findings were still elementary at the time, and they hadn’t yet developed a full framework around it, but the seeds of change were there.<p>They had …

Critical Thinking

I Lived Like a French Girl for 7 Days, and It Changed My Skin

For my first trip back to Paris in six long years, I planned every detail ahead of time. Believe me, "type A" doesn't even begin to characterize the …

Skin Care

Massive Attack’s Mezzanine and the death of the multicultural dream

“When the Wild Bunch started,” Andrew ‘Mushroom’ Vowles told <i>Mixmag</i> in 1998, cutting a haunted figure in a cover story on the return of Massive Attack, “we called it lover’s hip hop. Forget all that trip hop bullshit.” Apparently, Vowles couldn’t stand doing interviews, because he always got “the …

Most Men Don’t Realize They’re Depressed. Here’s How to Recognize the Signs and Seek Help.

Real talk: Some 30% of men will suffer a bout of depression at some point in their lifetime. So chances are at least a few of your friends—and …

Remembering the victims of Grenfell: Profiles of 72 people killed in the fire

<b>Today marks the first anniversary since one of the largest scale disasters in Britain in recent memory.</b><p>Some 72 people were killed when a blaze broke …

Grenfell Tower

The secret shame of being a sober mother

After the birth of her second child, Amelia Hill gave up drinking. Little did she realise that her simple lifestyle choice would carry such a social stigma<p>I’ve got a dirty little secret: I’ve stopped drinking. I’m not an alcoholic. I don’t have an addictive personality. I’m in robust good health. I …

Parenting

A Quiet Place’s sound designers on building its very loud silence

“Viewers are not used to a stripped-down environment, where they can hear themselves breathing or crunching on popcorn.”<p>Few horror movies have gripped moviegoers this year quite like <i>A Quiet Place</i>, director John Krasinski’s tale of a world where making too loud a noise will lead to your death at the …

11 tiny festivals to try this summer (because who needs Glastonbury?)

Festivals 2018? Looking for the small but oh-so-perfectly formed one? Read on for the Marie Claire edit of the ten we cant wait to try this …

A global women’s liberation movement

A record number of women running for office in America. The #MeToo movement taking down men worldwide. Ireland voting two-to-one to legalize …

Feminism

Can you ever change a violent psychopath’s mind?

To make our streets safer, efforts are underway to devise new treatments for repeatedly violent offenders.<p>For the purposes of this article, imagine this scenario. It’s a Saturday night in a busy city-centre pub. Feeling bored, Tony picks up the empty beer bottle on the table in front of him and …

Psychology

A Royal Wedding for the Ages: Pictures

The rise of Donald Glover: how he captured America

Try, if you can, to watch This Is America, the new music video from Childish Gambino, while keeping your eyes off the man in the camera’s gaze. It’s not easy. You may have to watch it twice, maybe three times, probably more. In the clip, Childish Gambino is a dancing, running, alternately homicidal …

Donald Glover

We uncovered the genetic basis of risk taking – and found it's linked to obesity and mental illness

Those who take extreme risks often describe being drawn in by a feeling of compulsion. William Trubridge, a free-diving world record holder who …

The Death of Trends? How the Beauty Industry Is Redefining Our Culture of Cool

In August 1998, an article in <i>Allure</i> pronounced that bold, messily applied lipsticks in plums, berries, and browns were the next big trend in lip …

Beauty

How To Get More Comfortable With Change

Every career has a measure of change. Here’s how the change professionals manage it.<p>Whether you’re working for a promotion or trying to change jobs altogether, every career requires a measure of change. For those craving something new or different in their work lives, the people who manage change …

Leadership

Workplace niceness can have nasty side effects

Imagine that eight people walk into a meeting to discuss an important strategic decision for their company. They’re all well-versed in the challenge they face. But two members of the group hold some key piece of information or a perspective that not everybody has considered. Everyone knows, for …

Leadership

This is America: theories behind Childish Gambino's satirical masterpiece

Following his calls to “stay woke!” on his biggest hit to date, Redbone, the musician, actor, writer, director and comedian Childish Gambino – AKA Donald Glover, has doubled his efforts on his new track This Is America. Its video amassed 10m views in only 24 hours and has been celebrated by Erykah …

Janelle Monáe

Rihanna on Body Image, Turning 30, and Staying Real—No Matter What

It’s a foggy spring night in Paris, and Rihanna has just wrapped up a meeting with her accountant in the penthouse suite of the Four Seasons hotel, a place that will serve as her makeshift office for the next few days. The evening panorama from the terrace is about as picture-postcard pretty as …

Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

LIVERPOOL, England — Mohamed Salah’s routine is familiar now. As the Liverpool Football Club stadium erupts joyously around him, celebrating yet another of the Egyptian’s goals, he runs to the fans closest to him, arms outstretched. He stands stock still, soaking in the adulation.<p>Once his teammates …

These Powerful Photos Shed Light On Common Skin Conditions

In 2018, clear, glowing skin has become a twisted status symbol, implying that those of us without a flawless complexion just aren't trying hard …

Allergies & Mental Health Are Related In This Surprising Way, According To A New Study

It's spring, which means sunshine, flowers and — for those of us who happen to have hay fever — sneezing inelegantly all over the shop. However, …

How to eat like an Icelander: a healthy alternative to the Mediterranean diet?

Michelin-star chef Agnar Sverrisson (otherwise known as Aggi) was a pioneer of the new Nordic food scene when he brought his restaurant Texture to the UK back in 2007. It's still going strong today. Sverrisson serves up light dishes centred around ingredients from both land and sea, mixing British …

Windrush victims voice shock at scandal's political consequences

Uncertainty over whether Amber Rudd’s exit will help or hinder efforts to resolve their problems<p>Victims of the Windrush scandal have been stunned by the political fallout triggered by their decision to go public with personal accounts of the catastrophic consequences of the Home Office’s decision …

Amber Rudd

There Are No Clothes for Nonbinary Femmes Like Me, So I Made My Own

"My body is not the problem, the gender binary is!"<p>I started to identify as trans because I wanted to be free from norms, but instead I was …

Japan’s Rent-a-Family Industry

People who are short on relatives can hire a husband, a mother, a grandson. The resulting relationships can be more real than you’d expect.<p>Two years ago, Kazushige Nishida, a Tokyo salaryman in his sixties, started renting a part-time wife and daughter. His real wife had recently died. Six months …

How 1.7 Billion Stars Were Mapped With Dazzling 3-D Precision

The ESA's Gaia satellite is helping astronomers understand the origins of our galaxy, one star at a time.<p>More than a billion twinkling stars, drifting lazily across the sky as both Earth and our home galaxy revolve, have been mapped in 3-D by the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite. On …

Universe

French-Tunisian baker on the secrets behind Paris' best baguettes

<b>A French-Tunisian baker, who has won the right to supply the French presidential palace with baguettes for a year, says kneading is the secret behind his prize-winning loaves.</b><p>"A lot of people go too quickly with the kneading," Mahmoud M'seddi toldthe BBC.<p>He is the latest winner of the annual best …