From meditation rooms to murals, the NHS is using creativity to alleviate patient stress and anxiety and make cancer treatment easier
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Cancer is a disease which hits the oldest hardest, so why are all the headlines about youthful victims?
Proton beam therapy is bringing new hope to patients with hard-to-treat cancers
‘The legal department is an indispensable contributor to corporate sustainability efforts’
A 'cross-pollination' of ideas and technologies within the autonomous vehicles market is complicating the process of patenting creations
What will the day-to-day working lives of junior lawyers be like when time-intensive, manual tasks are automated?
Debate for and against juries is raging, with some arguing the jury system is in need of an overhaul. But whether artificial intelligence will improve the system by acting as a more neutral decision-maker remains to be seen
An app is helping to solve common legal and co-parenting issues, but it remains to be seen whether robo-mediators will become the norm
Alternative legal services are disrupting the entire industry, but large law firms continue to benefit from long-standing relationships based on trust and reliability
In the wake of the Hayne report, HR directors look set to play a vital role in rethinking corporate cultures and leadership development within the Australian financial industry
As climate change increasingly threatens our ability to feed the world's hungriest, the World Food Programme is working against the clock to protect agriculture
Visual search technology is helping retailers improve customer experience and boost sales
‘Fintech, with its modernised approach to finance, was the necessary tool to restore public faith in financial organisations’
In an extraordinary weekly series that focuses on the 17 Global Goals in the lead up to 2020, Naomi Campbell challenges big fashion brands “not to take, but to give back” to the continent of Africa
Agile outsourcing provides businesses with the flexibility they need to grow and thrive, and allows key staff to concentrate on high-level tasks
Agility requires a different way of working and traditional hierarchies can often be a major challenge, so changing the power dynamic across an organisation is vital
As medical knowledge advances and new technologies develop, our understanding of the eye and how best to treat it are constantly improving
‘The strategic sourcing professional understands the needs of the business, and appreciates new and emerging technologies’
Apps are putting consumers more in control of their money, but are they turning savers into investors?
The prospect of a run on a bank in the modern era was unthinkable, until September 2007. As we move towards a cashless society, could it happen again?