Brett Rogers, documentary filmmaker, takes us on a journey down Cancer Alley along the Mississippi River
Henry Mintzberg, prolific on the topic of modern management, tells us why managers need to be curious
Michele Morningstar discovers surprising differences in the rhythm of languages and its role in rehabilitation for aphasia patients
François Lacoursière, Executive Vice-President and Senior partner at Sid Lee Agency, journeys into multidisciplinary teamwork
Amara Possian tells us how traveling to the places our families have fled can have implications for moving forward from a conflict-ridden past.
Graham McDowell shows, in pictures from the Arctic and Nepal, the human impact of climate change
Com Mirza, serial entrepreneur, turns his eye to how our time spent online can save one million lives
Bree Akesson discovers just how important a “sense of place” is for children affected by war
Jonathan Emile, cancer survivor, composer-poet & performer, discusses social consciousness, art and the healing power of music.
Salma Moolji shares an outlook full of promise as she opens a school for abused girls in the slums of Nicaragua
Jonathan Glencross, the student behind McGill’s $2.5M Sustainability Projects Fund, tells us why making change doesn’t have to mean being miserable
Lili-Anna Peresa, general director of the OneDrop Foundation, uses a new approach to raise water conservation awareness
Gregory Dudek explains why amphibious robots have a hard time with underwater vacations
Amruth BR demos a new tool integrating cognitive science and artificial intelligence that adapts to the way you learn
Lee Park builds musical performances piece by piece
Derek Ruths shows, with evidence from biological cells, Roman roads, and social systems, how understanding interconnectivity can help us predict behaviour