How could a fungi be seen as the key for the future of eradicating pollution? Well one man thinks he has the answer with biosporin.
Single By Choice: The motto of Dr Bella DePaulo, and one she is enjoying. Youth Time sat down with her to discuss her writing on how she is happy single.
To celebrate International Mother Language Day, we look at the inspiring story between two people in a Prague Taxi.
Youth Time sits down with British cyclist, Red Walters, as he gets set for a big year on the bike. A year he is determined to not let slip away.
Youth Time sits down with EDU-PLETT founder, Luthando Kolwapi, to discuss his work inspiring young people in South Africa into employment.
Women in finance have often been away from the male spotlight, but are things changing? Youth Time delves into the industry to find out.
In Part Two of our interview with Laura Otis, we ask her about diversity, her inspirations and her opinion on the next generation.
To celebrate World Radio Day, we sat down with Radio DJ Agnesa Sejdiu, to discuss the importance of radio and living her dream.
Expats and immigrants. Two words for the same thing? Well, think again. Here, we look at how these two words differ all over the world.
Deeply held beliefs can leave us struggling to open our minds to new ideas and perspectives. We delve into this topic and ask what we can do?
Across the Balkans, RISE are working hard to unite young people and give them a helping hand. We spoke to RISE about their work.
From Neuroscience to literature - it has been an eclectic career for Professor Laura Otis. In the first part of this interview we discuss her career and emotional behaviour