The Guardian Summaries and Reviews

See all summaries and reviews from The Guardian at a glance.

9 Article
Alex Hern
The Guardian, 2020
9 Article
Christopher de Bellaigue
The Guardian, 2020
9 Article
Alex Beard
The Guardian, 2020
9 Article

Invasion of the ‘Frankenbees’

The Danger of Building a Better Bee
Bernhard Warner
The Guardian, 2018
9 Article
Dan Davies
The Guardian, 2018
9 Article

Is the Staggeringly Profitable Business of Scientific Publishing Bad for Science?

It is an industry like no other, with profit margins to rival Google – and it was created by one of Britain’s most notorious tycoons: Robert Maxwell.
Stephen Buranyi
The Guardian, 2017
8 Article

Workplaces Are in Denial Over How Much Americans Have Changed

Employers are trying desperately to ignore that we’ve become fundamentally different humans
Alvin Chang
The Guardian, 2022
8 Article

What Does It Mean to Be a “Karen”? Karen Explains.

As the meme has become more prominent online, its meaning has become confused – with real-life Karens caught in the crosshairs.
Elle Hunt
The Guardian, 2020
8 Article

Libra Cryptocurrency

Dare You Trust Facebook with Your Money?
John Naughton
The Guardian, 2019
8 Article

Post-Work

The Radical Idea of a World Without Jobs
Andy Beckett
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article

White Gold

The Unstoppable Rise of Alternative Milks
Oliver Franklin-Wallis
The Guardian, 2019
8 Article
Jake Hulyer
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article

High Score, Low Pay

Why the Gig Economy Loves Gamification
Sarah Mason
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article
James Miller
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article

The Finance Curse

How the Outsized Power of the City of London Makes Britain Poorer
Nicholas Shaxson
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article
Simon Parkin
The Guardian, 2018
8 Article

The Liberal-Left Divide Reshaping American Politics

Trump’s opponents are bitterly split. You can’t understand US politics today unless you understand the rift between liberals and leftwingers.
Pete Davis
The Guardian, 2017
8 Article

Sleep Should Be Prescribed

What Those Late Nights Out Could Be Costing You
Rachel Cooke
The Guardian, 2017
8 Article

Groundbreaking System Allows Locked-In Syndrome Patients to Communicate

Using a device which detects patterns in brain activity, patients paralysed by ALS can answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ – and tell doctors they are ‘happy’ with life
Ian Sample
The Guardian, 2017
8 Article

Accelerationism

How a Fringe Philosophy Predicted the Future We Live In
Andy Beckett
The Guardian, 2017
7 Article

The Family Lockdown Guide

How to emotionally prepare for coronavirus quarantine.
Celina Ribeiro
The Guardian, 2020
7 Article

Neoliberalism

The Idea that Swallowed the World
Stephen Metcalf
The Guardian, 2017
7 Article
Charlotte Higgins
The Guardian, 2016