‘‘We’re already cyborgs… your phone and your computer are an extension of you’’. These words surely send shivers through your body as you start pondering over their significance. They make you stumble, tremble and fall out of the sweet equilibrium that has
The world rang in 2022 not too long ago, and while most people are still working hard on their new year resolutions, some others are enjoying the creative works that were released on January 1, also known as Public Domain Day –
Over the years in a world that does not stand still, poetry has lost relevance. It has gone from being a historical tool for cunningly and creatively converting discourses, to being reduced to the “clichéd love quotes on Valentine’s Day” by many.
Increasing globalization over the last decades has revealed the need for new teaching methods that are tailored to the linguistic diversity often found in language classrooms. While multilingualism had been dismissed in the past and considered to be detrimental to the acquisition
All over the world, the achievements that women have brought forward are countless. Whether they received credit or not, women have continuously shaped previously male dominated areas such as philosophy, literature, science, medicine and everything in between. From Katherine Johnson and Flora
Kathmandu, Nepal. March – the beginning of the annual Everest climbing season. The streets of the Nepalese capital are bustling as climbers from all over the world arrive in the “Land of the Thunder Dragon,” all sharing one common goal: To stand
Reading - specifically who and what we read - tells the story of how we create and consume culture. Adding more diverse authors to your booklist can not only broaden your literary horizons, but have a considerable impact on your life.
When we think of nurses, we imagine kind, selfless human beings who place compassion at the center of their universe. Indeed, being compassionate is practically part of the job description. However, many nurses and other healthcare workers often find themselves feeling numb
You might know David M. Howard, head of Department of Electronic Engineering at Royal Holloway, as part of the team of scientists that was able to reconstruct the vocal tract of the 3000 year old mummy of pharaoh Nesyamun. At TEDxVienna 2021,