The Musical Brain

Woody Geist started to show signs of Alzheimers at the age of 67. By the time he was 80, plaques had invaded large areas of his brain. His memory was […]

The Problem Solvers

Following instructions has been at the core, and has driven the success of, mass education. Yet in a more volatile, uncertain world, characterised by innovation and entrepreneurship, we now need to […]

Cities that were once suffering from stagnation and decline are being revived by civic innovators – people who work collaboratively to create new places and experiences that strengthen their environment. […]

People in London earning modest incomes are caught in a vicious trap. Their earnings are kept flat by a fiercely competitive labour market, while living costs – particularly housing, transport […]

Some of the best recipes in the world are made of two simple ingredients: bacon and eggs, fish and ships, tomato and basil, gin and tonic.  It’s not so different with […]

This report reveals, in very practical terms, how the deeply troubled UK financial sector could be transformed by learning from the commercial insurgents banging on the gates of the banking […]

The biggest challenges we face involve more than innovation in products and services. They involve changing entire systems of production, consumption, behaviour and regulation. This disucssion paper sets out some […]