This week is Dementia Awareness Week, an initiative from the Alzheimer's Society aimed at getting more of us talking about the challenge of dementia.
The first rule of industrial policy club is: You do not talk about industrial policy club.
There are few places where DIYbio, robots, and knitting come together under one roof. Thankfully, Maker Faire UK did just that.
I was intrigued to see the dismissal of Vladislav Surkov from the Russian government the other day. I spent some time with him just after Putin’s first election when I spent a few days in the Kremlin with his new team.
A few weeks ago I attended an amazing event in Spain on the burgeoning of craft skills in fields as diverse as cooking, ceramics, fashion and musical instruments. The confidence and global success of those present confirmed that craft is clearly a vital part of a modern creative economy and hasn’t been superceded by automation as many expected.
In December of last year Nesta hosted a half-day event that explored the current state of crowdfunding in the UK and the potential for this new way of financing projects to grow over the coming years.
Over the past few years something remarkable has happened to New York and you can only really appreciate it from outer space.
Today the NAO found that the economic benefits of HS2, the beleaguered high-speed rail link between London and Birmingham, aren't all they're cracked up to be.
A new paper, published today by the Alliance for Useful Evidence, looks at how local authorities and their partners are using evidence to develop strategy, prioritise spending and redesign services.
In the last of our Destination Local blog series Brian Keating of URTV talks about hitting nearly 9,000 subscribers for the web channel originally launched in the small two of Helensburgh.
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