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The Grenfell Tower tragedy claimed the lives of 72 people, underscoring the limitations of building regulations and a lax attitude towards fire safety. So what’s changed since?
From modular commuter villages to innovative finance models, developers are finding new, inventive solutions to tackle the UK housing crisis
Diversity issues in construction are hardly new, but a greater representation of historically marginalised groups is vital and must happen sooner rather than later
When building offices and homes that take mental health and wellbeing into account, cost remains the ever-present challenge for the construction industry
Sustainability requires a change in mindset as it’s not just a process of replacing materials with green alternatives. But can a circular economy ever be the norm for mass construction?
Dubai is pioneering the use of 3D printing in an effort to drive property sales and significant savings. But whether this marks the beginning of worldwide adoption remains to be seen
Multiple studies have illustrated the correlation between sleeplessness and poor mental health
It is said that leadership is an attitude, management a position, so how can businesses encourage the attitude that any employee, including those outside the C-Suite, should consider themselves a 'leader'?
Revisiting how we think about cleanliness and bacteria could be the key to improving overall skin health. Clean is good, but can you have too much of a good thing?
For mild or moderate skin conditions, patients and doctors are increasingly turning to teledermatology
Online sales have historically been dominated by traditional e-commerce, but that could all be about to change...
Mind Foundry has launched potentially groundbreaking technology which democratises artificial intelligence for non-experts and augments human capability
From long waiting times to a lack of trained professionals, it is high time that policymakers stood up to do more to help patients with skin conditions
As data privacy regulations tighten, compliance is key when handling sensitive data. But what factors should you consider to ensure your data privacy strategies go far enough?
‘Climate change and population growth are providing us with huge resource issues that need tackling urgently’
Automating insight generation is not only saving market research professionals time and money, it offers the opportunity to find patterns in data at a scale never before possible
The alarmingly small number of qualified dermatologists in the UK must be addressed, along with a widespread misunderstanding of what they actually do
Consumers must realise that water is becoming increasingly scarce, but there are challenges in communicating this important message
With something as life-threatening as skin cancer, widespread misconceptions and knowledge gaps must be quashed to keep people safe in the sun