“I don't know how my future will be without education”

Mohammod Zubair, a Rohingya youth activist, shares how access to education can empower his community to…

A Meaning-Aware Cultural Tourism Intelligent Navigation System Based on Anticipatory Calculation

To improve the personalized service of cultural tourism, anticipatory calculation has become an essential technology in…

Give Goods or Give Money? The Influence of Cause-Related Marketing Approach on Consumers’ Purchase Intention

With the progress of social and improvement of public awareness, the demand for enterprises to participate…

Coronavirus live news: UK variant fears while Western Australia to relax border rules

New UK Covid variant may be 30% more deadly, says Johnson; World’s poor need action, not…

In the early days of Covid-19, we stopped consuming and rather loved it. But it didn't stick | Sarah Wilson

In April of last year, Australians stopped spending – but where some label current highs in…

The Guardian view on electric cars: greener roads are good | Editorial

Technological advances combined with tough emissions targets are bringing the end of petrol and diesel traffic…

Gene-edited crops are now a reality – but will the public be on board?

Gene-edited crops are now a reality – but will the public be on board? Juice Flair…

Britain’s electricity use is at its lowest for decades – but will never be this low again

Britain’s electricity use is at its lowest for decades – but will never be this low…

Whale sharks: boat strikes in protected areas could be harming the animals’ development

Whale sharks are the ocean's biggest fish. jjsupasit srisawthsak/shutterstock.com The biggest fish in the ocean, whale…

Dinosaurs may have ‘flashed’ each other with their bottoms, newly discovered fossil shows

Dinosaur fossils have always amazed with their horns and spikes, enchanting us with elongated necks and…