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26Jan
Mouthwatering magic and mischievous mistakes

How what happened when JK Rowling made one small mistake in the magically-consistent world of Harry Potter, can teach us a thing or two about human nature.

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15Jun
Roads ruled by robots

We’ve been hearing about it for years, but driverless vehicles really are just around the corner… Knight Rider, eat your heart out Move along KITT, there’s a new intelligent car …

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18May
Keeping your people on track

We might think our working hours push us to the max, but try driving a train across a continent for two nights and three days… So long, nine-to-five The way …

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14Jan
dnata: taking off with 24 — case study

As Heathrow Airport’s largest independent cargo handler, dnata needed a catering solution that would keep its team energised round the clock. Read on to discover how we provided refreshments without …

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15Apr
Pit stop perfection

Time seems to slow down as the seconds tick past. After the excitement of the morning’s entertainment and races the crowd is keyed up and ready for the big event. …

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25Mar
Spring forward, fall back

This time of year can seem like a bit of a drag. We get up: it’s dark. We travel home from work: it’s dark. We can’t change how the Earth …

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15Oct
Anybody fancy a cheese straw?

Children’s parties. Staff socials. Community fund-raisers. They’ve all got a few elements in common, but the biggest shared feature is the food. Think about it — the first thing to …

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27Aug
The Bouquet residence, the lady of the house speaking

You know what it’s like. Your neighbours bring in a shiny new piece of garden furniture. It’s sat on their lawn in bubble wrap and you can’t help but peep …

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13Aug
A chip off the ol’ US block

Sir Walter Raleigh. A heart-throb of the Elizabethan era. A writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy; what’s not to like about this true jack of all trades? Some (us) call …

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6Aug
Frankie says relax

For the mammoth time of 8 hours, 32 minutes and 3 seconds, Tomas Lundman headed a football without dropping it. That’s right; for more than a full working day, he …

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