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Huxleў publishes the final part of the story of the 2021 Nobel laureates. Today we invite you to meet the laureates who have been awarded the Peace Prize, as well as those who have managed to receive the Prize in Economics.

Huxleў - 10.11.2021
Science

On October 28, Mark Zuckerberg officially announced the renaming of Facebook to Meta. According to the founder of the social network, he wants his brainchild to be positioned from now on as a virtual “meta-universe” where all existing technologies and devices are combined. Conspiracy theorists don’t know whether Zuckerberg tells the truth, or whether the renaming has some other hidden reasons.

Huxleў - 09.11.2021
Liberal Arts

No predetermined path leads to the top of political leadership. In fact, there are no universal laws of leadership. There is no single magic key that can open the door to numerous victories. However, the analysis of leadership in a certain historical context allows us to see some common features and shed light on the very nature of this concept.

Yuliya Orlova - 08.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Her hobbies were not crippled by any moral considerations, or feigned chastity, or everyday taboos… She was free long before the “general female liberation”.

Boris Burda - 07.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Coca-Cola’s main competitor (Pepsi Cola, of course) has released a number of witty advertisements with one common idea: the Coca-Cola drinker is unsuccessful and dull, but as soon as he drinks Pepsi Cola, miracles begin… How to neutralize this ad?

Boris Burda - 06.11.2021
Leadership&Management

Since its founding in 1998, Google has had an important goal: organizing the world’s information, making it accessible and useful for everyone. Thousands of people around the world dream of working for the company. Larry Page is also credited with providing near-ideal working conditions.

Huxleў - 05.11.2021
Leadership&Management

For 30 years of independence, Ukrainian journalism has come a colossal way. There is much more freedom and at the same time, less responsibility. An understanding of the value of independent journalism and a readiness of readers to support it have emerged in the country.

Huxleў - 05.11.2021
Life&Art

The work of Borys Firtsak is a reflection of his life path: the rich geography of the author was mixed in it, where each region brought its delicate aspects, and no less rich biography of the artist, in which there was a place for different occupations, “Roots” and “Wings” displayed in powerful and fresh painting.

Elena Okuneva - 04.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Huxleў goes on to talk about the 2021 Nobel Prize winners. Today we invite you to get acquainted with the achievements in the field of literature, as well as physiology and medicine.

Huxleў - 04.11.2021
Leadership&Management

She is an entrepreneur, an investor, a writer and a publicist. Traveling around the world, she supported fifty projects related to science, technology, space and health. Esther Dyson started her career at Forbes doing fact-checking, and changed a dozen occupations and positions. Today, she is called one of the most influential women in the world of technology according to The New York Times.

Huxleў - 03.11.2021
Science

Getting a person out of depression now, as it was a thousand years ago, is not such an easy task. There are various available treatments, but all they are time consuming. Therefore, people living in the age of speed rarely seek help.

Huxleў - 02.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Write a letter to your children, wife, parents, along the way, you will make many amazing discoveries, look at yourself and your loved ones in a different way.
As an inspiring example, the Huxley almanac publishes A Letter to Daughters by Savva Libkin, a talented person, a famous businessman and a legendary restaurateur.

Savva Libkin - 01.11.2021