One of the topics I explore in my new book, “Viviendo en el futuro” (“Living in the future”, hopefully soon to be published in English) is the rapidly changing nature of work: within a few years so many
Congrats on your new, very 'gram-able room. Promising review: "This thing is SLEEK! I bought this for my new home's main floor guest bath. We wanted to provide guests with the convenience of the Squatty
No one said work was easy, but it doesn't have to feel so punishing either. Whether you're a leader, entrepreneur, small business owner, or any and all of the above, some days bring you to your knees.
Beating cancer made Yale Law grad Seun Adebiyi rethink his fast-paced life and become an entrepreneur. Just one week after he graduated from Yale Law School, while he was training for the 2008 Beijing
CRISPR, the revolutionary ability to snip out and alter genes with scissor-like precision, has exploded in popularity over the last few years and is generally seen as the standalone wizard of modern gene-editing.
Many older American adults may inaccurately estimate their chances for developing dementia and do useless things to prevent it, new research suggests. Almost half of adults surveyed believed they were
Nearly all American toddlers and about two-thirds of infants consume added sugar, despite nutritionists’ recommendations that children avoid the sweetener, according to a government study released this
Bringing plants indoors can provide a number of benefits, but cleaner air isn't one of them, say experts. It’s a myth you almost wish hadn’t been busted. Houseplants, though charming, do little to purify
Falon Fatemi is used to breaking new ground. She was Google’s youngest employee when she joined at age 19. Now 34, Fatemi is founder and CEO of Node, a San Francisco–based company shaping the way businesses
Employee engagement is a top contributing factor to high-performance work cultures and productive employees. And yet people often confuse "engagement" with "satisfaction." The key difference between the
Research Suggests Companies Are Wrong About the 8-Hour Workday. Here's How to Prepare for Flexible Schedules
Why, when and how long we work could change everything. Microsoft Japan announced the results of its four-day workweek experiment--where 2,300 employees got to take every Friday off. The result? A 40 increase
Sanitation workers - people whose job brings them into direct contact with human waste - are risking their lives through accident and disease because of poor workplace protection, a report has warned.
Elon Musk Fails Public Speaking 101. Here's Why We Hang on Every Word (and What You Can Learn From Him)
SpaceX founder stammers his way through groundbreaking presentation in Adelaide, Australia. In a 40-minute speech at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, Elon Musk unveiled
The request originated from Daniel White, Penny’s attorney, who initially sent an email to the former gymnast’s attorney Vince Finaldi on May 3 explaining that because Penny was no longer employed, Penny,
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Simone Biles won her third Olympic gold by capturing the vault title at Rio Olympic Arena on Sunday, and it wasn't even close. Going last in the field of eight, she scored an average
Maryam Mirzakhani has become the first woman to win the Fields Medal, the most prestigious prize in mathematics. Mirzakhani, 37, is of Iranian descent and completed her PhD at Harvard in 2004. Her thesis
“I did not know it then, but Frida had already become the most important fact in my life. And she would continue to be, up to the moment she died…” There is something singularly mesmerizing about the encounters
The Long Game: Brilliant Visual Essays on the Only Secret to Creative Success, from Leonardo da Vinci to Marie Curie
Why showing up day in and day out without fail is the surest way to achieve lasting success. “Expect anything worthwhile to take a long time,” a wise woman once said — a seemingly simple observation that