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10,000 hours or 10,000 friends? Eight perspectives on talent in the music industry
18 Aug 2014
"It's about time we reconsidered what we mean by talent: how it is defined, who gets identified as talented, and how they are developed"...

The Guardian - Designers shadow staff in London waste sites to inform sustainable design
01 Aug 2014
Four-day residency in recycling and reuse centres helped designers understand their role in creating a circular economy...

Progress online - A new political settlement for the creative age
31 Jul 2014
The massive advances in technology commonly referred to as the digital revolution have already had a profound impact on communication, distribution and exchange....

The Star - City centre will be left two years behind its rivals
30 Jul 2014
York is set to be the UK’s first Gigabit City after four private sector partners launched a project to install fibre optic cables to 80,000 premises across the city....

TES - RSA pupil awards aim to redefine how design is taught in schools
30 Jul 2014
The RSA Pupil Design Awards, which launched this year, aim to provide a template for how design can successfully be taught in schools....

Open Democracy - What do we talk about when we talk about creativity?
29 Jul 2014
Neoliberal logics are increasingly being applied to the ways in which we talk about ‘creativity’....

Leicester Mercury - Phillip wins prize for design
26 Jul 2014
A graduate has won a major award for his innovative redesign of a stoma bag and he is hoping to bring it to market....

HR Magazine - CIPD's Cheese calls for 'political advocacy' at VyT research launch
25 Jul 2014
CIPD chief executive Peter Cheese has called on the Government to get behind the body's Valuing your Talent (VyT) programme, suggesting some aspects of human capital measurement could "end up as legislation"...

Huffington Post - The Age of the Silver Entrepreneur
23 Jul 2014
For those in repetitive, unsatisfying jobs, after 40 or even 50 years' employment, the arrival of leisure time and a pension was something to be celebrated....

Business Daily - Ageing infrastructure stifling northern cities’ growth
16 Jul 2014
A chronic underinvestment in the infrastructure of northern cities in the in UK is hampering growth, a report by the RSA City Growth Commission says....

Express and Star - City underspend 'may cost billions'
16 Jul 2014
The UK could lose billions of pounds every year if its infrastructure is not brought up to the standard of other developed countries, a report has warned....

Shropshire Star - City underspend 'may cost billions'
16 Jul 2014
The UK could lose billions of pounds every year if its infrastructure is not brought up to the standard of other developed countries, a report has warned....

Yorkshire Post - ‘Tube for North could help grow UK economy’
16 Jul 2014
A ‘Tube system for the North’ connecting major cities with different forms of transport could be the key to growing the nation’s economy, it is claimed....

The Journal - George Osborne's plans for the North East are stuck in the slow lane
16 Jul 2014
Jim O'Neill, former chairman of asset management at Goldman Sachs, has published a report from his City Growth Commission in which he describes how the UK economy is being held back as officials in Whitehall...

Local Gov - City growth ‘stifled’ by outdated infrastructure, report says
16 Jul 2014
Outdated infrastructure and over-centralised decision making is restricting city growth and costing the UK billions of pounds, a report claims....

BBC - North's outdated infrastructure costs UK billions
16 Jul 2014
The UK loses billions of pounds every year because of poor investment in transport and broadband, according to a new report....

ITV - HRH Princess Royal opens two schools in Redditch
14 Jul 2014
Princess Anne has been opening two new academy schools in Worcestershire today. Her Royal Highness arrived at the RSA Academy Arrow Vale by helicopter to tour its two sites....

BBC - UK 'failing' to get the most out of its heritage
14 Jul 2014
The UK is failing to make the most of its heritage, according to new research by the Royal Society for the Arts....

Charity Times - Research reveals how the UK is failing to get the most out of its heritage
14 Jul 2014
The UK’s heritage assets remain largely untapped by local authorities and could play a much greater role in helping their area thrive and succeed as a place, according to the new report launched today by the RSA....

The Telegraph - Heritage has the power to change lives
14 Jul 2014
Our ancient buildings and assets can lift people’s spirits and transform society...


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