FuturePosts

FutureHero Dr. Knatokie Ford: Wonder Woman of STEM

FutureHero Dr. Knatokie Ford: Wonder Woman of STEM

Biomedical scientist, South Central Los Angeles teacher, Obama White House Senior Policy Advisor, creative science communicator and #BlackGirlMagic ambassador; you would never know that Dr. Knatokie Ford was once a “shy girl” who had to learn to deal with confidence issues. But she did, and made her way from Harvard University onto the White House and

Read more

Vegan Top 7 AtlasChart: Look again! Nothing is what it seems

Vegan Top 7 AtlasChart: Look again! Nothing is what it seems

The flexitarian, vegan, vegetarian and sustainable food movements are growing in sexiness every day. Plant curious? This Saturday sees Vevolution, the biggest ever vegan festival in Europe, take place in London. Veganism is moving away from being seen as a cult, and being recognised as a good thing for your health, the environment – and animals. In

Read more

AtlasChart: 5 easy ways to be a changemaker

AtlasChart: 5 easy ways to be a changemaker

Did you know you can change the world in your spare time, in your gym kit, your pyjamas, or simply by geeking out online? If you want to make a difference, it’s easy to fit being a changemaker into a life that may already feel frantic and busy. We love a feelgood project that helps

Read more

Happy text-day! 9 ways your phone makes life better 

Happy text-day! 9 ways your phone makes life better 

We’re big fans of simple tech that makes things better. While mobile Internet rapidly becomes a primary source of knowledge, not everyone is connected. But SMS, the default messaging tool in parts of the developing world, still only requires simple feature phones. Last weekend the millennial ‘Short Message Service’ (it used to be very short!) turned

Read more

Competition: Cities for a Flying World

Competition: Cities for a Flying World

What do Uber flying cars, Hoversurf drone taxis, Amazon’s giant mothership zeppelin, the Soviet city in the sky and these visions of high-elevation life have in common? Apart from being visionary proposals that are hard to distinguish from science fiction, they are also inspiration for ‘Cities for a Flying World’ – an international competition launched in May 2017 by Shukhov Lab (from the HSE

Read more

AtlasChart: 5 delicious projects with ‘Meaning’

AtlasChart: 5 delicious projects with ‘Meaning’

The boldest business innovators aren’t always found in boardrooms or tech start-ups, but in street markets, prisons and refugee camps… and at Meaning Conference! If we were to put together the ultimate ‘dinner party’ guest list, it would read much like Meaning. Taking place in Brighton, UK, the heady mix of talks is carefully curated by Event

Read more

Video ► BuffaloGrid is connecting the next billion

Video ► BuffaloGrid is connecting the next billion

“When you need a doctor, you phone someone, when you are in trouble, you phone someone. If you want to find out the prices for your crops in the nearest market, you phone someone.” Mobile phones are increasing their penetration, but it’s common for farmers in rural India or Africa to travel for hours to reach

Read more

FutureHero Dougie McMaster: Ethical Jedi chef

FutureHero Dougie McMaster: Ethical Jedi chef

Britain’s most ethical restaurant doesn’t have a bin. Founded by ex-St John chef Dougie McMaster, it brews its own booze, mills its own flour, churns its own butter and even has chairs made from jeans and plates formed from plastic bags. All materials at the UK’s first ever zero waste restaurant are digestible by us or

Read more

An interview with our Editor

An interview with our Editor

This week we’re ‘happy’ to introduce you to a new monthly UK magazine which is aiming to create a healthier, happier and more sustainable world; Happiful focuses on the ‘interior’ world of thoughts, feelings and emotions – and how these relate to society. Like the Atlas, there’s no beauty, or trendy ways of living, pushing products or

Read more

An African AtlasChart: 4 magical citizen initiatives

An African AtlasChart: 4 magical citizen initiatives

“Do you believe in magic?” These innovators do. In West Africa, a ‘grigri’ is a mystical amulet that protects. In Spain, ‘Grigri Pixel‘ is an international workshop that we were lucky enough to attend. Canoes made from plastic bottles, the world’s first e-waste printer, a fruitful laboratory, and art for all; four creators were brought together in Madrid

Read more

What?
Project Topics
Other Topics
Close
Take me somewhere
Close
Take me somewhere
Close
Data Protection Act: LOPD.
In compliance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 of December, on Personal Data Protection, and the development of Rules of Procedure, approved by Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 of December, Atlas of the Future subscribers may be required to provide Personal Data, which will be included in a file owned by Democratizing The Future Society SL. Such file is duly incorporated in the Spanish Data Protection Agency and protected in compliance with the security measures established in the applicable legislation. Subscribers may exercise, at any time, their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and/or opposal regarding their Personal Data. The subscriber shall notice their will, either under written form addressed to Democratizing The Future Society SL, Ref. LOPD, Calabria, 10 6-3 08015 - Barcelona (Spain) and/or by e-mail, clicking here. Also, the subscriber shall communicate Atlas of the Future any modifications of their Personal Data stored, so that the information stored by Atlas of the Future remains at all times updated and error-free
Close