La República de Corea fue uno de los primeros países que abordó la crisis de la COVID-19. Ante un aumento rápido y exponencial de las infecciones después de identificar el primer caso positivo el…

Dawoon Chung, Hoon Sahib Soh |

The rise of blockchain promises to revolutionize many sectors, including cross-border trade logistics and global supply chains: blockchain can help track international shipments more effectively,…

Chi Fung Fan, Almud Weitz, Yin Lam |

Suwon's EcoMobility Festival. Photo: Carlos Felipe Pardo The discussion on climate change often tends to ignore one critical factor: people’s own habits and preferences. In urban transport,…

Julie Babinard |

Photo: Sarah Starkweather/Flickr The government of Singapore recently outlined its vision for the country's future, describing how different sectors could harness technology, innovation and…

Yin Lam, Gerald Ollivier |

Then vs. now: the Port of Singapore circa 1900 (left) and today (right). Photos: KITLV/Peter Garnhum When it gained independence in 1965, Singapore was a low-income country with limited natural…

Yin Lam, Karuna Ramakrishnan |

This is the story of an idea. In fact, of a very simple and creative idea that is having huge impact on the way people move. This idea is helping reduce travel time, save money and increase the…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

When looking to improve road safety for children around the world, it is clear that the experience of South Korea has valuable lessons to offer. To start, the numbers speak for themselves. In 1992…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

This is the story of an owl, but not any owl. This owl is from Seoul and it came into existence thanks to Big Data. How come, you may ask? Well, read on to find out.    Meet your new friend: the…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

Most of us have probably heard about black boxes, particularly when they relate to airplane crashes. But what about black boxes for cars? Originally, black boxes in airplanes perform routine…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |