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Like every schoolkid’s dream, billionaire Mark Cuban bought his childhood sports team. Evan Planchon analyses the success of Cuban’s investment in the NBA franchise and how his passion for fame and the franchise substantially increased his fan base and his popularity in the league,

Genome editing is now much easier, faster, cheaper and more versatile than ever. One of these editing techniques, known as CRISPR-Cas9, could allow for new editing applications, ranging from viruses and bacteria, to animals, plants and human beings.

Airlines have led the way to make travel accessible to all. Making air travel accessible to all is crucial, and airlines, airports, regulators, governments and relevant stakeholders have a duty to work together to make this a reality.

The election for president in South Korea has had a hasty campaign. The transition schedule and the new president’s tenure shall start immediately from May 10. Balancing domestic expectations and delicate relations with the country’s neighbours while trying to deal with North Korea’s race to

To explain Musk’s success, others have pointed to his heroic work ethic, his ability to set reality-distorting visions for the future, and his incredible resilience. Musk would read through two books per day in various disciplines according to his brother.

Japan's effort towards reading human minds through machine learning and its incorporation into smartphone apps is likely to be successful in the next 5 years.

There is definitely a limitation in using online profiles to judge someone as they may be lying, however, researchers strongly believe that this new medium provides more insights about a person than through a face-to-face meeting.

Emmanuel Macron's landslide victory gives Europe hope. France faces the stark political choice of any large European country in many decades: between staying in the single currency and reforming, or quitting.

After winning the Presidential election, Macron faces the challenge of building a France open to the world economy, despite being multicultural and facing the threat of Terrorism.