Neuropsychologist Marc Wittmann tries to solve the riddle of our calendared lives

When we have infinite time, we often don’t know what to do with it. When we are short on time, we feel crunched. Neuropsychologist Marc Wittmann explains how we adapt to the world's timing properties for survival.



FRAGILITY // Leonardo Caffo is a philosopher, curator and essayist, best known for his theory on antispecism and contemporary Post-human. He explains why today, more than ever before, fragile humanity has reached a "definitive collapse point."

Leonardo Caffo

How different eras and cultures organize seconds and minutes

Our awareness of time and how we make sense of it is one of the most distinguishing features of humans. Here we look at the different ways in which we explain and measure it.


Long story short

John Harrison's quest to solve the problem of longitude and how it changed the future of navigation.


Is time a genuine phenomenon or a metaphor?

The thinkers involved in one of philosophy's most controversial topics make radically different assumptions about the nature of time. Can they find a solution? We chatted with philosopher Giuliano Torrengo to find out.



RESILIENCE // Robert Swan, OBE, is the first person to have walked to the South and North Poles. He leads non-profit which seeks to protect the polar ice caps. He explains how resilience saved his life during near-death experiences.

Robert Swan

Our investment in the future

H-FARM is creating a new campus, an innovation hub in the countryside, to meet the educational needs of the future. By giving students the right environment to grow in, including virtual classrooms, they will be well prepared to become innovation leaders.

Riccardo Donadon

Why more people are getting up with the sun

In the last few years, morning routines have become more and more popular. How does productivity happen while the rest of the world is sleeping?


The art of postponing

Dr. Tim Pychyl, a professor of psychology and member of the Procrastination Research Group at Ottawa's Carleton University, takes us into the quicksand of wasting time and why we do it, instead of facing what really needs to get done.



FOREWORD // Tomas Barazza, co-founder of maize and a senior partner at H-FARM opens up about the courage needed to embrace change during times of crisis.

Tomas Barazza

What are the benefits of a project-based organization?

What does an organization look like where there is an expiration date set for everything? An enterprise that follows these approaches is not simple or suited for everyone, but it might just be the workplace of the future.

Tomas Barazza

our latest issue

N. 8 - December 2019

Contemporary utopias

Explore twelve contemporary utopias — radical visions to help navigate the collective confusion of our realities. Venture through real and imagined ideal cities, contemplate meals that rival religious experiences, and learn about a never-ending archive of the world.