What you eat can help keep skin young and healthy

Christian Coates explores the links between dermatology, skin health and diet

Unprecedented opportunity for growth not to be squandered

The renewables sector needs policy certainty to build on the successes of 2012, says chief executive of RenewableUK Maria McCaffery

At the heart of open government’s digital future

Liam Maxwell, deputy government chief information officer and Cabinet Office executive director of IT Reform, says the future is based on open standards and open source

Looking at eHealth from a pan-European perspective

Paul Timmers, a director in the European Commission’s department responsible for managing the digital agenda, backs an open market for innovative eHealth and wellbeing products and services

Yes-no debate over the best business model

Leading experts Joachim Schwass, professor of family business at IMD and director of the IMD Global Family Business Center, and John Van Reenen, professor of economics at the London School of Economics and director of the Centre of Economic Performance, debate the value of family business

Do you really understand ‘sales’?

Neil Rackham, visiting professor at the Cranfield School of Management and Portsmouth Business School, questions some “truths” about selling

Events are dead… long live events

Rory Sutherland argues that innovations, such as telepresence and videoconferencing, will increase – rather than decrease – the appetite for live events

Putting energy into management

While it may seem a good use of time just to concentrate on projects which deliver immediate savings, in reality a longer-term, structured approach will pay greater dividends, says Alan Aldridge, executive director of the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA)