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Why the Soviet Red Baron Matters Today
The Soviet Red Baron wasn’t actually Russian, and while he wasn’t recognized in his own lifetime, his discoveries could shape the future of transportation.
A New Frontier to Fight This Hair-Loss Disease
Alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease in which patients lose hair in random patches, impacts 2 percent of people globally, yet there are no FDA-approved treatments. But promising options are emerging.
The Pandemic's Crippling Blow ... to Kashmir's Frail Justice System
Unlike the rest of the world, Kashmir's harsh internet restrictions mean courts haven't meaningfully shifted online, leaving a ballooning number of prisoners awaiting trial.
How Asia's Transformation Could Shape the World's Urban Future
Asians have shown they can lead the global economy. Can they also show the world a sustainable urban future for billions of people?
The Museum of the Future Is Here...in Dubai
Because you don’t have to wait for the future to imagine it.
Can We Fix the Body’s Dysmetabolic State?
It's a condition that increases the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and a serious, progressive form of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Now hope might be around the corner.