<div>Community Food Sharing: The Ultimate Guide to Hosting a 'Stone Soup' Event</div>
"Stone Soup" is an old and poignant European folktale. Regionally known as Axe, Nail, Button, or even Wood Soup, the story first made its way into print as "Soupe au Caillou" by French author Madame de Noyer in 1720.
Could Sharing Research Data Propel Scientific Discovery?
Cognitive neuroscientist Christopher Madan says open-access data or data that is freely shared among researchers to use in their studies can not only save time and money, it can enable scientists to "skip straight to doing analysis and then drawing conclusions from it," if the datasets they need already exist.
The English City With Its Own Cryptocurrency: Q&A With the Founders of HullCoin
How the European Social Enterprise SMart is Creating a Safety Net for Freelancers
SMart is a social enterprise founded in 1998 in Belgium. The project's aim is to simplify the careers of freelancers in cities across Europe where SMart operates.