Organisation, Work & Technology news
Eight lucky students to go to Paris climate conference
Eight undergraduate students have been selected for the opportunity of a lifetime; attending a UN climate change conference in Paris.
Top Management and Information Technology student wins award
New graduate Nick Trevor is this year's winner of the Informed Solutions Prize for Best MIT Student.
Greece is a reminder of the fragility of money and the need to deal with debt
Joe Deville discusses the issues of debt forgiveness, money mobility and how they affect Greece.
ClickMechanic, founded by entrepreneurial graduate, secures £320,000 in investment
A LUMS graduate, who launched a car repair website, has announced that his company has raised £320,000 in investment from angel investors led by former Just Eat CEO Klaus Nyengaard.
Sci-fi becomes reality with the rise of ‘smart drugs’ at work
Writing in The Conversation, Karen Dale and Brian Bloomfield say that increased use of "smart drugs" risks creating a new norm in workplace culture.
Now drugs boost performance in the boardroom
The Sunday Times features research by Dr Karen Dale that finds that drugs designed to treat conditions such as narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder could be useful for executives seeking an extra edge at work.View article on the Sunday Times website