Traveling to the UK is a UX design nightmare — Quartz

If you’re planning to travel to the UK anytime soon, make sure to tack two hours to your pre-trip preparations. That’s around how long it takes to figure out the utterly discombobulating passenger locator form required of all travelers to England, Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland.Introduced in June 2020, as the UK began to open… Traveling… Read More Traveling to the UK is a UX design nightmare — Quartz

The Nobel Prize winner in economics revolutionized thinking about the minimum wage — Quartz

David Card, whose research on the minimum wages of fast-food workers deepened the understanding of how labor markets operate, was awarded the Nobel prize in economics today (Oct. 11).Card shared the prize with fellow US-based economists Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens who demonstrated what cause-and-effect conclusions can be drawn from natural experiments and helped increased the… The… Read More The Nobel Prize winner in economics revolutionized thinking about the minimum wage — Quartz

WHO recommends first malaria vaccine

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has approved the first malaria vaccine in history. WHO experts concluded that the vaccine, Mosquirix, could save tens of thousands of lives every year, saying “the real-world test of the jab showed it prevented 30% of severe cases of malaria even in areas with high uptake of other measures, such as bed… Read More WHO recommends first malaria vaccine