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It is common knowledge that being creative under pressure is hard. Writing a sequel just as appealing as the hundred million dollar earning original is next to impossible. But tricks such as “take your characters to the east, add...

30/08  Sequels & Threequels: Scriptwriters Masking Scripts with Exotic Locations

  by Maria Ivanova

It is common knowledge that being creative under pressure is hard. Writing a sequel just as appealing as the hundred million dollar earning original is next to impossible. But tricks such as “take your characters to the east, add...
The Conjuring, 2013’s most expected horror flick, earned almost double of what was spent on the production and that was just over the first weekend of screening. Another thing the film did was produce quite a...

15/08  Modern Horror Film: Disturbing Trip or Harmless Fun?

  by Maria Ivanova

The Conjuring, 2013’s most expected horror flick, earned almost double of what was spent on the production and that was just over the first weekend of screening. Another thing the film did was produce quite a...
There comes a time in everyone’s life when they have to address the age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” As a child...

05/08  International Internships: Relevant to a Company’s Success?

  by Brett Ley

There comes a time in everyone’s life when they have to address the age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” As a child...
While most people look for novelty when they enter a movie theatre, film industry perseveres in offering the audiences a bite of the dusty past every so often. A good old folk tale seems to be one of the top sources...

30/07  4 Reasons Folk Tales Attract Moviegoers

  by Maria Ivanova

While most people look for novelty when they enter a movie theatre, film industry perseveres in offering the audiences a bite of the dusty past every so often. A good old folk tale seems to be one of the top sources...
By 2030 the number of people living in water scarce regions will approach 4 billion, as per OECD Environmental Outlook to 2030. Today, millions of young women and children in the water stressed regions spend their lives fetching...

13/05  Humanity’s Thirsty Future: Searching for Solution

  by Maria Ivanova

By 2030 the number of people living in water scarce regions will approach 4 billion, as per OECD Environmental Outlook to 2030. Today, millions of young women and children in the water stressed regions spend their lives fetching...
As the fresh Eurostat data was revealed, the world gasped at the gender pay gap persisting in the European Union. Women in Europe Work 59 Days “For Free”. Some of the U.S. sources, on the contrary, report that the gender pay gap (GPG) between salaried men and women full-time workers has been put in reverse.

19/04  A Boy or a Girl? The Odds of Being Well Paid

  by Maryna Khorunzha

As the fresh Eurostat data was revealed, the world gasped at the gender pay gap persisting in the European Union. Women in Europe Work 59 Days “For Free”. Some of the U.S. sources, on the contrary, report that the gender pay gap (GPG) between salaried men and women full-time workers has been put in reverse.
Electricity, undoubtedly, plays a vital role in our lives today. Our work, leisure, science and education as well as technology depend a great deal on electric power.

28/03  What is to Become of Nuclear Power Stations And Their Legacy

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

Electricity, undoubtedly, plays a vital role in our lives today. Our work, leisure, science and education as well as technology depend a great deal on electric power.
Tough competition stimulates companies across the globe to make an effort to retain their best asset – personnel. Maintaining employee satisfaction and motivation seems to be a natural gift for some top managers and an unattainable...

18/03  HR Managers Unveil Surprising Personnel Retention Tricks

  by Maria Ivanova

Tough competition stimulates companies across the globe to make an effort to retain their best asset – personnel. Maintaining employee satisfaction and motivation seems to be a natural gift for some top managers and an unattainable...
Imagine approaching the fridge to get your morning orange juice and it greets you by name wishing you a wonderful day; the TV as well as your Smartphone recognizing you before turning on; the computer unlocking when you face it, or the safe opening only after it acquires the positive facial scan.

14/12  Facial Recognition – Technological Revolution or Privacy Havoc?

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

Imagine approaching the fridge to get your morning orange juice and it greets you by name wishing you a wonderful day; the TV as well as your Smartphone recognizing you before turning on; the computer unlocking when you face it, or the safe opening only after it acquires the positive facial scan.
A third country should share the values of the EU and not merely have a will to simplify bilateral trade procedures. Specifically due to this legal provision Association Agreement is widely perceived as a tool for further “democratization” of young democracies.

21/11  The Whos and Whys of the EU Association Agreement

  by Maryna Khorunzha

A third country should share the values of the EU and not merely have a will to simplify bilateral trade procedures. Specifically due to this legal provision Association Agreement is widely perceived as a tool for further “democratization” of young democracies.
Experimenter Keith Chen gives a disc-shaped slice of cucumber to a monkey. After chewing on the treat and realizing it wasn’t tasty, the monkey tries to trade...

14/11  Will E-Dollar Steal the Show From Good Old Paper Buck?

  by Maria Ivanova

Experimenter Keith Chen gives a disc-shaped slice of cucumber to a monkey. After chewing on the treat and realizing it wasn’t tasty, the monkey tries to trade...
So, is it really worth for smaller and less prosperous countries to get involved with major sports tournaments? Or, may be, participation in the Olympics is to become the domain of rich and more populated nations? What is the trigger factor for a country to be successful at major sports tournaments?

13/09  Small Countries vs. Large Economies in the Olympics – Fair Game or Foul Play

  by Vilyen Pidgornyy

So, is it really worth for smaller and less prosperous countries to get involved with major sports tournaments? Or, may be, participation in the Olympics is to become the domain of rich and more populated nations? What is the trigger factor for a country to be successful at major sports tournaments?
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