The sun’s heat in Ghana is unforgiving, especially for in-the-field surveyors who stand outside to collect customer data via questionnaires and interviews. This traditional method of obta...
How small clubs make a big impact
By Laura Higgs, chair-elect of the Satellite Club of Camelback Crossroads, 2004-05 Rotary Youth Exchange Student Our club in Phoenix, Arizona, is a small one. We have about 25 members total, betwee…
What Incentives Would Make Big Banks Change Their Ways?
What will have to be true to drive the kind of culture change that begins to rebuild the reputation of Wells Fargo?
How IoT And Big Data Analytics Can Make Our Food Safer
Access to food is a basic human right. But how often do you wonder where your next meal is coming from, who's growing it, and whether it's actually good for you? As much as IoT have disrupted other industries for the good, they hold great promise in the food industry too.
Simple math shows how scooters could make big money
Women Make Up 52% of the Cabinet in Rwanda. Here’s Why It’s a Big Deal.
“Now that your numbers are increasing in these positions, why don’t you use that?”
Citizens Hope to Make a Big Difference at China's Top Political Meet-Up
The annual "two sessions" brings all of China's top political figures to Beijing
How Brazil’s big policing experiment failed to make Rio safer for the Olympics
Back in 2009, when Rio bid to host the 2016 Olympic Games, 'security' was the most-used word in the pitch: But now, with just days to go before the Games, grim headlines make that pledge look hollow
How mobiles make clinical trials bigger, faster and more efficient
At the mHealth Summit outside of Washington, D.C. last week, Mike Shilling, director of business development at Exco InTouch, shared three examples of mobile-enabled clinical trials that recently finished up or are still underway. The trials each leveraged mobiles in different ways and helped highlight a few of the strategies for deploying them in support of a trial as well as the various benefits.
Rating war: Big B's KBC 10 opens with massive ratings, two new shows make an impressive start
Amitabh Bachchan's much-awaited show Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 10 opened to massive numbers (6 million impressions), but it fell slightly short of its last year's opening rating of 6.2 million impressions.
Sanity, solace and sly rebellion: how wedding podcasts make the big day bearable
Where can you get those ugly chair covers? Can you get your dog to be a ring bearer? A growing number of podcasts are offering irreverent advice
GSK's CEO Explains How Big Pharma Can Help the Poor and Still Make Money
Capitalism and doing good don't have to be mutually exclusive.
Amid bigger and more frequent floods, a city in Iowa debates how to ‘make peace’ with the...
Riverfront Davenport survived for years without a levee. Now its downtown is underwater.
Mike Trout’s Big New Contract Should Make Everyone Happy. What Could Go Wrong?
It won’t be the Pujols deal. Could it be the A-Rod deal?
Beauty has blown up to be a $532 billion industry — and analysts say that these 4 trends will...
The beauty industry is valued at $532 billion and is on an upward trajectory, according to a report from retail analytics firm Edited.
Bizarre viral DIY craft video shows how to make an egg 'bigger than before'
Everyone loves a good homemade, five-minute craft video. Sure, you’re never going to actually make that adorable fairy-light holder, or seashell-encrusted picture frame, but it is fun to watch a
3 Big Ideas (and 6 Quotes) on How We Can Make Global Progress
In today’s complex world that is changing every day, it’s clear that we need big ideas to solve big challenges. Over the past two days, innovators, experts, and thinkers joined leaders from government in Dubai to discuss how governments can help address global issues and create a better future for people around the world. As […]
Human brain makes fructose, scientists discover: Here’s why that may be a big deal
Researchers at Yale University have discovered that the brain is capable of making fructose – a simple sugar, usually found in fruit, vegetables and honey.
Jane the Virgin has never shied away from big twists. So what makes its latest so special?
The shocking developments of "Chapter Fifty-Four" make looking backward just as fun as moving forward.
why Milo had to cross the Atlantic to make it big
In Britain Milo Yiannopoulos is seen for what he really is: a phoney provocateur who looks like an estate agent on a night out