Diana is a Multimedia Producer. She has creatively worked on documentary long format, news, ultrashort video and live broadcasts. As a digital storyteller she creates multi-platform narratives, embracing the power of building a better world with every sound, word, pic or bit.
Loans are central to a country's economy - think credit cards, mortgages, commercial and government borrowing. But who determines how much loans cost? The nation's central bank interest rates. The mechanism is a useful, though imperfect tool - but how exactly does it work?
Controversy on "technology doping" has shadowed the Olympic swimming suits recently. For centuries, swimming naked was considered best, but changing mores and technical innovations have made swimsuits a battleground over speed. And at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, the race continues.
Different sports require different bodies types. Or do they disciplines build different bodies? Leonardo da Vinci defined what he considered the ideal body based on proportions. How would da Vinci see the world's top athlete's today?
Emojis for many are just funny characters on their screens. But there was a global advocacy effort for the inclusion of a female engineer, a pregnant woman, an avocado, a fortune cookie and a clown. Seriously, emojis are more than characters, this is an x-ray of our society, for the good and the bad. So, where do emojis come from?
What do Facebook, the US government and bank security entrepreneurs have in common? They are investing millions in biometrics. Worldwide, this industry was $7 million in 2014. Will biometrics provide a unique and universal password? Still lost? Here is a brief explainer on biometrics.
Is the European Union destiny's being challenged? A vote in the UK is raising questions to Britons and to anyone concerned about the European migrant crisis, terrorism attacks or global stability. What is Brexit?