Education is key to the SDGs, but transformation both at system level and within sites of learning is crucial if they are to be met.
Human well-being is about more than income. It's about opportunities, what people can be and do – and how innovation affects this.
Solutions are not simply about the 'best' technology – tensions may exist between agri-food, bio-energy and green-tech policies.
Innovation is the fundamental engine of growth, employment and quality of life, but its advantages are unevenly distributed.
Infrastructure demands, which have never been higher, are key to inclusive development.
Innovation profoundly affects health systems and access to care, but research on innovation and health equity remain poorly integrated.
Three applications for internal funding have been approved by the Research and Academic Strategy Office following the first Open IDEAS event.
As Donald Trump pushes ahead with his plan, Shonil Bhagwat argues we should be building wildlife bridges on the US-Mexico border – not walls.
International Development seminar by Dr Philipp Horn (OU), who will discuss the barrier to development represented by the 'urban indigenous' and explore how Bolivia and Ecuador are bucking the trend.
Dr Jo Beall (British Council) examines the global trends, challenges and opportunities faced by higher education today.
If addressing climate change requires a shift of focus from political leadership to grassroots activism, the similarities with the way in which religious movements spread may even be a strength.
In February's issue: African Literatures, interdisciplinarity & the importance of higher education.