Articles Archive

Archive

Articles

Should the US death penalty still exist?

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?

How to keep the planet’s megacities moving

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

Innovative startups in the transport sector

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

Dentistry in the digital age

There’s much to smile about as dentistry advances into a fast-paced, precision-guided digital age

What’s it really like to live in…Myanmar?

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