maize is H-FARM’s cultural factory for the evolution of people, both as individuals and collectives. We provide stories, perspectives and collaborative tools that help organizations become future-ready.

Our ecosystem includes a magazine exploring the intersection between technologies and humanities;
a think tank making sense of emerging trends and phenomena; a learning platform building digital literacy;
and a live experience to question established beliefs.

The algorithmic boredom

Why, in the age of Netflix, we need to rekindle our curiosity about content.

a conversation with Andrea Scrosati

Bondy inside out

Uncensored perspectives about riots in Paris’ 93rd arrondissement 15 years later.

by Francesca Sironi

Entrepreneurship & Leadership

Nazism and management

Perform at any cost the mission you have been given.

a conversation with Johann Chapoutot

Digital transformation

The Sistine Chapel in my living room

The relationship between technology, cultural heritage and the digitalization of museums.

a conversation with Anna Maria Marras

Culture & Society

The aesthetics of protest

A look at visual icons of the age of protests and how they have spread to other cultures.

by Mattia Salvia

maize is a triannual magazine powered by H-FARM, an international hub for innovation, education and entrepreneurship, that explores the complexities of innovation and the shifting dichotomy between technology and evolution through the lens of philosophy, arts, and humanities.

Do we really have the chance to consciously choose in front of doubts and dilemmas? Our new issue focuses on the topic of Doubt: from the apathy and aboulomania that has struck CEOs’ business decisions, to the moral, philosophical and scientific dilemmas that we are facing in this moment of pandemic.

Art & Music

The evolution of music fruition

A reflection on how our relationship with sound is changing.

by Valentina Lunardi

Entrepreneurship & Leadership

Dissolving gender barriers in tech

Womenpreneur Initiative, an organization with a community of 10,000 across 20 countries, aims to help women advance in technology and innovation.

a conversation with Sana Afouaiz

Future of work

Brave new work

Aaron Dignan helps companies navigate the unchartered territory of the workplace of the future, advocating for open information.

by Francesco Salonia

This Week's maize obessions are

Culture & Society &

Entrepreneurship & Leadership &

When writing is a pain

The urge to say something which has never been said before.

by Alessandro Zaccuri


Virtual tripping

Altered states through psychedelics could be the tool humanity needs to prepare for a virtual reality future.

by Faye Bradley

Courtesy of Tiziano Gaia
Environment & Sustainability

Flatland climbers

In the 1970s, a group of mountaineers started despising the myth of a hard and pure climber.

by Susanna Marchini

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