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What causes industries to cluster together in certain parts of a city, and is it a good thing? We asked Kat Hanna, Research Manager at the Centre for London.
Simon Nelson, the CEO of online learning platform FutureLearn, gives his predictions about online learning.
Shakespeare's plays are full of biochemical concoctions and cosmology, so how much of a scientist was he? We asked the British Council's former science adviser, Dr Tim Slingsby.
When it comes to understanding love, who gets it right - science, or Shakespeare? Scientist and poet, Dr Sam Illingworth, compares the two.
Can a smartphone app really diagnose your symptoms? We asked Dr Patricia Mechael, a 2016 Education UK Alumni Award winner, to explain the latest innovations in mobile health.
Dr Turi King combined archaeology, history, and genetics to find the remains of Richard III, who died 500 years ago. In this interview, she compares the literary figure with the real man.
How did Jack Ma overcome his humble origins to establish Alibaba? We interviewed Duncan Clark, entrepreneur, tech investor and author of a recent book on Jack Ma, to find out.
Space scientist Professor Monica Grady of the Open University spoke to the British Council's Ellie Buchdahl at this week's London International Youth Science Forum.
Lucy Norris and Professor Agnes Kukulska-Hulme explain how teachers can help language students get on top of their own learning by using mobile phones.