The research team also demonstrated that higher rates of hippocampal growth were correlated with better emotional development. Continue reading Early-life environment shapes our brain, behavior, and beliefs
Local and international artists will come together in the Capital to exhibit their works of art during the eighth edition of Abu Dhabi Art, which opens its doors to the public at Manarat Al Saadiyat today.
Jayden D’Mello is a precocious little guy. Watching him run around the room, full of energy, is incredible – considering the kid beat cancer, twice, before the age of six and was, at one point, given just three weeks to live.
The Germans have grown disillusioned with the American president. Continue reading Why the Germans are disappointed in and dismayed by Obama
US president-elect Donald Trump has highlighted some campaign promises that he actually plans to keep. Among others, he confirmed that he will build his promised wall on the Mexican border and deport up to three million undocumented migrants.
The dollar is at a 14-year high. That might sound like America is being made great again, but it could undermine economic growth in the United States and elsewhere and pose a threat to global financial stability. Continue reading Why a rising dollar is bad news for 2017 global economy
If a drone is on your holiday shopping list, be sure to check your insurance coverage before you crack open that instruction manual and take flight. Continue reading Do you need insurance for your drone?
Will the day come when we all work as our own boss? Stephane Kasriel, CEO of Upwork and co-chair of the Global Future Council on Education, Gender and Work, says entrepreneurs and freelancers represent the future of the workplace, as traditional office jobs become less and less relevant. He explains what we need to do to prepare, how companies should react, and why there is still a glass ceiling to be shattered. Continue reading By 2030, will we all be our own boss?
Heather A. Conley
Forty-eight hours before Donald Trump was declared winner of the U.S. presidential election, it was, as the great Yogi Berra quipped, “déjà vu all over again.” Continue reading What Americans can learn from Britain’s vote for Brexit
Governments seem to be getting poor reviews around much of the globe. In Western and non-Western nations, in the Global South and the Global North, disillusionment with politicians is widespread. Continue reading Voters are fed up with politicians, but they haven’t given up on democracy