Can nano-tech solve water purifcation for world?

NANO-SOLUTIONS: Dr Michelle Dickinson with Sir Richard Branson on his private island. New Zealand scientist Dr Michelle Dickinson has been asked to lend her nano technology skills to help solve the p...

Opus Day: Surfing and art of lying, part 2

I should probably take a surfing lesson, I think to myself, but I am so eager to start surfing that I skip it. Besides, I’ve been reading surf magazines since I was 15, so even though I don’t have an...

3 Reasons Skateboarders Make Great Entrepreneurs

On a brilliant summer’s day, skateboarders might seem the last set to be considered entrepreneurs in the making. After all, these teenage kids bear strange clothing and rebellious attitudes and...

How I became a millionaire in 1000 days

Irish high school dropout Niall Harbison’s 12 tips for building a lucrative empire. High school dropout Niall Harbison made $3.27 million in a little under three years. Photo: The Telegraph, Lo...

50 Famously Successful People Who Failed At First

Not everyone who’s on top today got there with success after success. More often than not, those who history best remembers were faced with numerous obstacles that forced them to work harder an...

One type of motivation may be key to success

Shape up! A study of military cadets finds that externals motivations may be counterproductive. Do you want to lose weight? Make more money? Learn to play the piano? Your odds of achieving any of the...