Leigh Honeywell and Logan Dean have raised a million dollars for a new business, Tall Poppy, that helps companies protect employees against trolls and hackers. Anyone who’s spent some time on Twitter that
The Akashinga, or “brave ones,” survived abuse and exploitation. Now, armed and trained like special forces, they're protecting the country’s most iconic wildlife. Sgt. Vimbai Kumire holds up a photo a
When Rachel Haurwitz started her biology Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, the award-winning biochemist Jennifer Doudna suggested Haurwitz investigate part of a bacterial immune system.
If you ask long-term couples to think about their partner, their brain will react in the same way as a drug addict’s Dr Hannah Critchlow is a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge. Her debut book,
Madonna is eternally fascinating. Does she never get tired of putting on the fishnets and impossible shoes and sussing out the next new thing, alongside touring and having six children? No: she is Madonna,
Discrimination is never OK, and even the noblest of intentions cannot excuse it. Remember that as you read the decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on South African runner Caster Semenya.
For World Immunization Week, a salute to the dedicated frontline workers who have made it their mission to protect children everywhere from preventable infectious disease. Imagine you are the matriarch
Polly Higgins, one of the most inspiring figures in the green movement, has died aged 50. Higgins, a British barrister, led a decade-long campaign for “ecocide” to be recognised as a crime against humanity.
During World War II, with thousands of men shipping off to war, half a dozen all-female, instrumental big bands toured around America. It was a rarity in a musical world dominated by men and, for the part,