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insights in action: how language and tone started a conversation on mental health

This month's 'Insight in Action' recognises a successful mental health awareness from Scottish mental health charity See Me, and provides an important reminder to ask 'Are you Okay?' to our fellow colleagues this Mental Health Awareness week.

up in the air: understanding drivers of choice in long-distance travel

$222 billion dollars are on the line in the airline industry… Year-on-year, more people are travelling by plane in the US. In

the generation gap in urban transit: how to get everyone on board

Outside of the basics of time, cost and speed, little is known about the motivations and barriers to using public transport in the US. And even less is known about the role age plays in this. Until now.....

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