Europeans are bracing themselves for what could be a long, cold and expensive winter. Rising energy costs are likely to push up fuel bills and increase the price of many other everyday pu...
The pace of change in the technology sector has always been brisk. As much as 10 years worth of growth in e-commerce may have been compressed into just three months in late 2019, accordin...
Approximately 280 million people worldwide are living with depression.
With a bird’s eye view of the world’s busiest shipping lane, a small plane is helping to ‘sniff out’ some of the most polluting ships.
Global investment in innovation remained buoyant throughout 2020, despite the setbacks ushered in by the pandemic. High-tech industries in particular maintained their commitment to resear...
Scientists have discovered billions of previously unrecorded trees in Africa, thanks to a collaboration between Google and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
As we head into the final quarter of 2021, a global energy crisis is sending shockwaves through economies and industry sectors around the world. In addition to the immediate shortages and...
Over the past year, more than 1.5 billion women worldwide were not tested for some of the most prevalent and pernicious diseases women face: cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and sexu...
More than one-in-10 households in the US found themselves without enough food on at least one occasion during 2019, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Loop, the retail supplier that offers recyclable, reusable packaging, has partnered with one of the largest supermarket chains in Japan.
Getting back into the office might be the best thing for many people, their employers and for productivity, according to ADP Research, a US-based labour market analyst.