Robin Cook

December 23, 2012

Rays of Light in Doha

It is immensely difficult to be positive in regards global climate initiatives – especially if you are a scientist. The reality is that much like the infighting and indecisiveness of nations in the eurozone, trying to climb out of their collective fiscal grave, the complexities of ratifying global protocols for […]
December 10, 2012
Michael Mullan

Leading the Fight in Gray Matters

It is understandable that many of us deify the medical establishment – we are humbled, grateful and often scared of doctors and specialists in equal measure. We are in their hands, after all, when these vehicles we move around in called bodies ‘go wrong.’ I’ve always been one of those […]
December 3, 2012
Technology to the Rescue

Technology to the Rescue

Only within the last decade have humans really begun to consciously become aware of our consumption propensities and the effect they may have on what is around us, and our health in general. It isn’t just climate change that has people buzzing, but also sourcing products responsibly, understanding what is […]
November 26, 2012
E-learning

Knowledge for All

An interesting article appeared in the BBC Future section recently, detailing the increasing move of universities and other academic institutions to provide their curriculum online. The power of the Internet to collate and communicate information is no longer a novel idea, but when top universities like MIT, Stanford and Harvard […]