Is it possible to avoid dementia? James E. Galvin on how it can be done.
Insects: the food of the future
Secrets of a private preserve
Business in friendship with nature: why Shubendu Sharma and his company ‘Afforestt’ plants forests around the world
Startups on a conveyor. Why and how does it work?
Peter Cook, Becky Northey and their fascinating art of Pooktre
Unbelievably beautiful wild nature through the lens of German filmmaker Oliver Goetzl
Board games in light of the history of human civilization. How experts reconstruct lost rules of ancient games.
One of the leading educators of the USA Esther Wojcicki talks about her own method of teaching
Who makes money off e-sports and how
Finnish educator and entrepreneur Santeri Koivisto, the man who turned Minecraft into successful educational product
Tough destiny of Russian innovations, or how the Romelt technology was created
21st Century Skills: the new reality in education. Patrick Griffin speaks about a new global education research project.
On universities’ place in the system of innovative development
The movement for growing food on rooftops of urban buildings picks up momentum
Khan Academy. How big projects start small
The ecology of the brain, or how to stay healthy until old age
Examples from history: unorthodox business solutions that were successful
Is India capable of jumping ahead of China and does this country even want that?
Eric Mazur: stop lecturing and ask your students questions instead
The man who plants trees. Three stories from Gusman Minlebayev
The power of light. How a creative idea can turn into something bigger
Managing a dream. You only need the desire
The idea of creating free social space that would make everyone feel at home in it has become a successful business project
Anatoliy Prokhorov on educational animation
Perfection in miniature. We talk to the world champions in jet modeling, the Russian team RUSJET
Theo Jansen. An engineer who created life
“Nature is my god. The forest is my church.” Finnish ornithologist Pertti Saurola speaks about his lifetime project – the protection of wild nature
This is incredibly awesome, and that includes everything from the idea to its implementation. A museum that is a true work of engineering art
3D mechanics or a fresh approach to robotics. A St. Petersburg scientist creates a mechanical civilization
We might be the last generation that will have to face senility
How a Russian blogger navigated an American satellite
Shen Wenrong: “We are actually living in paradise.”
Development parks: the project that breaks a lot of stereotypes about modern Russian education and business
In the future we will not have to go to hospitals anymore, says the leading American investor in biotechnology Steve Burrill
On why we need the colonization of Mars and why this problem is the main engineering challenge in our talk with American engineer Robert Zubrin
Ron Finley, gangster gardener
Few people believe in “electric cars in Russia”. Nevertheless this subject has gained enough momentum
Expedition as an instrument of education aimed at constructing an understanding of the world around
Protecting birds of prey at the very top of the ecological pyramid is an important sustainable development task
Mobile real estate: the 1940s technologies of moving buildings are still impressive
The businessman who builds roads, schools and kindergartens
How to train new chief designers? Modern technologies in engineering education
One of the most dramatic man-made disasters of the American continent in the 20th century: the collapse of the Quebec Bridge
Todmorden, England, is a great example of how many things can be achieved when people cooperate and think about the future. A DIY eco-city
Watchmaker Valentin Yerofeyev not only single-handedly develops and makes watches but also designs the machines he needs in his work
A large project that may boost the development of Russia
We usually associate the subject of eco-building with the West. But now Russia has experts in this field too
Uniting competencies of two universities
An educational initiative of a Kazan enthusiast: schoolchildren learn to build rockets and nanosatellites. Interview with Igor Grigoryev
A true master of folk craft is still in demand even in the era of high technology. Interview with Sergey Fedorov
New methods of innovative activity being introduced in Leonardo da Vinci’s homeland: networking architectures