Mukhtar Ablyazov agrees Belgian citizenship deal

Mukhtar Ablyazov, the fugitive Kazakh billionaire wanted on corruption charges in several European countries, has agreed a deal for Belgian citizenship and immunity as...

Sex Robots: AI, Marriage and the Dawn of a New Dating Era?

  Sex with robots is “around the corner” according to the ‘Love and Sex with Robots’ conference that took place at Goldsmiths University, London this...

Why Does Multitasking Make You Depressed and Less Productive?

Multitasking is a by-word for productivity, right? Apparently estimates are that you can lose up to 40 percent of your productivity whilst multitasking. Around 40...

13 Facts On the Top 25 Sustainable Cities of the World

A report by Arcadis, a design and consultancy firm, and the Centre for Economic and Business Research has examined a number of cities to...

Exclusive: Bowery Farm’s CEO Irving Fain Talks Vertical Farming

The United Nations estimates by 2050, 66% of the world’s population will live in urban areas.  And yet, though population numbers keep increasing, traditional...

Vertical Farming, the future of crop growth

The future of farming is on the up and up, literally.  With today’s society constantly changing, progressing, and evolving, everything that can be revolutionized...

NoPhone Air: the Latest iPhone Aimed at Cellphone Addicts

 Entrepreneurs Chris Sheldon and Van Gould have promoted the ‘NoPhone Air,’ the phone that does absolutely nothing at a technology conference in Canada earlier...

5 Ways Brexit is Affecting the Food Industry, Economy and Tech Innovation

Despite a partnership that has spanned 42 years, in June the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, with 52 percent in favor of...

5 Inspiring Reasons Why a School Replaced Detention with Meditation

Robert W. Coleman Elementary School has started gaining attention due to their new replacement for detention with meditation, sending misbehaving students to a Mindful...

Do Japanese Work themselves to Death? Yes Says New Study

The Japanese Government’s first examination of ‘Karoshi’ or ‘death from overwork’ has unveiled that staff at 12 percent of companies put in more than...