Whither age…

A strong interest in teaching catapulted him to a teaching career in the UK, from a brief postdoctoral stint, in 2006. He primarily taught chemistry to high school students at a boarding school with low pupil numbers where teachers have the opportunity to know better the students’ learning requirements. Few of his students went ahead to study medicine, bio-sciences and engineering. After eight years of teaching 15-18 year … Continue reading Whither age…

The Future of Humanity

Suddenly a robotised, automated economic reality is moving off the science fiction pages and into daily life. The growing use of unmanned battlefield drones is encouraging the growth of pilotless commercial aircraft – the first ever flew in British airspace last month. Google’s driverless car is completing ever more trials ever more successfully: the world’s major car companies are all hot in pursuit, working on their own prototypes of … Continue reading The Future of Humanity