Caroline Elsom / June 23, 2020
Six precious months have already been lost. But it seems that if the unions had their way, we would wait six more
Clara Hernanz-Lizarraga / June 22, 2020
They've had little advice from lecturers, heard nothing from employers, and graduation has largely been a "non-event." What's next?
Employer spyware, cramped spaces, and the fast disappearing line between work and life—is it all worth it?
All capacity of the state was put towards fighting the virus. Soon, equal efforts must be made in building a post-pandemic society
Julian Baggini / June 18, 2020
Previously a Trojan horse for the small state, 2020 is showing how the Big Society should have worked all along
Public opinion does not lie where the government suspects it does
I had to acknowledge that while usually my earlier worries may have been irrational, this time there was a real, present and quite pertinent danger
Data-driven engineering is not only the beating heart of civilisation—it is the activity that will ultimately allow us to overcome Covid-19
Becca Muir / June 14, 2020
Science used to be done by a select few in high-tech laboratories and dusty university offices. But this was before we had a pandemic on our hands