Viral News

Family of tigers drink water from river. Viral video is your treat for the day

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Screenshot from video posted on Twitter by Susanta Nanda. Alovely video of a family of tigers drinking water from a river has gone viral on social media. The 14-second clip was shared […]

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Technology

Technology is key to upskilling blue-collar workers

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Siddhartha Gupta Technological advancement has transformed the way we carry out everyday tasks. But those who make the connection between people and services like food delivery, delivery of online shopping of products, […]

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Education

The Workforce Is Calling, Higher Education, Will You Answer?

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Missing the Market  This week, the IBM Institute for Business Ventures announced that its most recent study found that 120 million people worldwide will need to retrain in the next three years in order to be […]

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Viral News

Powerful video on domestic violence goes viral. Internet is heartbroken

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Powerful video of domestic abuse goes viral Avideo of a woman depicting the stages of domestic violence through a timeline video has gone viral on Twitter and it will break your heart. […]

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Technology

K4Connect: Why technology is poised to disrupt senior living industries

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K4Connect is riding a demographic wave: making technology for seniors who cope with some kind of disability while living in a community setting. The startup provides technology that lets seniors control their smart […]

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Accessories

Ghostly Ocean Debris is an accessories collection made from discarded refugee life vests

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Northumbria graduate Harry Jones has produced a collection of clothing and lifestyle accessories using the life jackets left on European beaches during the refugee crisis. The collection, titled Ghostly Ocean Debris, uses the discarded bright yellow […]

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Accessories

FFORA Is a New Line of Functional and Fashionable Accessories for Wheelchair Users

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A conversation with a younger family member living with cerebral palsy sparked something in Lucy Jones, a Parsons graduate, now 27. “I realized I had never asked him if he had any […]

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Education

The rising cost of education and health care is less troubling than believed

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AMONG THE compensations of ageing is the right to bore youngsters with stories of the prices of yesteryear. Once upon a time a ticket to the cinema cost just five quid, and […]

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