July 2018 Articles Archive
When paying at the supermarket, does using the automatic checkout endanger people’s jobs?
A reflection on the words of American writer Anthony Doerr: “All your life you wait, and then it finally comes, and are you ready?”
Sifting through the reasons tension arises, it turns out that conflict may help creative thinking
An interview with Andrea Bartoli, an international conflict resolution expert
People like Zéina, Jean and Vivian try to do their part to rebuild their country
New gadgets stimulate neurons and help many stroke patients regain mobility and sense of touch
An illness ended my career, but I found an unexpected answer
A nurse takes a risk to change a bad habit at work
“I know there are many poor in the world, but I worked hard to be financially stable. Do I have to feel guilty about enjoying the good things in life?” P. V.
How technology and citizen engagement has helped Medellín rise from the ashes
Two young women design and start a company producing edible and hyper-compostable straws, cups and more