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Today’s Solutions: June 24, 2024

Brooklyn Museum returns 1,305

Brooklyn Museum returns 1,305 looted artifacts back to Costa Rica

Recently, we shared the good news about Germany’s decision to return its collection of the Benin Bronzes back to Nigeria, where they belong. Soon after, the Met Museum followed suit and returned two brass plaques belonging to the same collection of West African art that was looted during Read More...

French drivers will soon be ab

French drivers will soon be able to exchange their old cars for e-bikes

In recent years, e-bikes have become increasingly popular among commuters and cyclists, as well as people who previously dreaded the thought of cycling uphill for long distances. This interest in e-bikes has exploded during the coronavirus, as many have sought out ways to travel while avoiding Read More...

Renowned Brazilian pianists re

Renowned Brazilian pianists regains ability to play thanks to bionic gloves

Due to a mugging incident, it has been more than 20 years since internationally acclaimed pianist João Carlos Martins has played his beloved instrument with 10 fingers. But the Brazilian maestro is finally able to play his favorite Bach sonatas once again thanks to innovative “bionic gloves” Read More...

Katya Andresen: Networking for

Katya Andresen: Networking for good

Entrepreneur and bestselling author Seth Godin believes we need to look for the good in the world like Katya Andresen does through her work at Network for Good. Dan Schank | Jan/Feb 2009 issue Katya Andresen considers her impatience an asset. A restless spirit led the Reuters news service Read More...