The second three-sided football World Cup is taking place this month. Oliver Pickup gets stuck in, to discover what the sport's all about
Nick Yarris spent 22 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. He reveals what life is really like on death row and why this system of justice doesn't work
The US is witnessing a significant decline in the use of the death penalty. Oliver Pickup investigates the change in public mood, the reasons why and asks: will it be abolished any time soon?
Momentous change is taking place in transport as governments loosen regulation and encourage major private investment, but innovators risk leaving the public behind on the road to the future
With almost ten billion people expected to inhabit Earth by 2050, many of them in megacities, transport planners face mounting problems which challenge mobility, the economy, health and wellbeing
Whether it is planes, trains or automobiles, tech startups and smaller businesses have the dexterity to originate and flex ideas efficiently and cost effectively for tomorrow's journey
Space activities are no longer driven by the single aspiration of nation states to establish their predominance and space is now an integral part of people’s lives
Chinese and Russian commercial aircraft manufacturers have forged an alliance to take on the lucrative wide-body airliner market
In an increasingly connected world, the amount of data being gathered is exploding and nowhere is this more the case than with transport
An overwhelming majority of dentists and GPs are backing calls for vaccinations against the oral cancer-related human papilloma virus to be extended to school-age boys
Despite the importance of oral health, too many people in the UK neglect their teeth and gums
Are shock tactics in advertising dental care products having a positive effect or do they scare more people off from visiting a dentist?
There’s much to smile about as dentistry advances into a fast-paced, precision-guided digital age
Regulation of teeth whitening is relaxed in the United States where a bright, white smile is a must-have
‘Like so many burgeoning industries, the illegal tooth-whitening world can be a murky and dangerous one’
Until very recently, tooth whitening was mostly considered a vanity choice for the wealthy or simply an accessory for celebrities
There are many lessons for children to learn about oral health, many which their parents failed to master
After over forty years of military rule, Myanmar, otherwise known as Burma, is finally breaking away from the past and opening its doors to the world. Gaston Bacquet reveals what daily life is really like in this once military state
The technology we now take for granted relies on minerals which may have been mined in conflict zones where the trade finances war and oppression
Brexit is already hitting procurement and supply chains hard, but can there be a soft landing outside the European Union?
Technology is opening up procurement to efficient and cost-saving opportunities, including predictive analytics