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New "Material" Can Suck Up All Of The Oxygen in A Room

A team of scientists in Denmark have invented a synthesized crystalline material that can absorb oxygen with astounding efficiency and at high concentrations. Just a single spoonful of the material can suck all of the oxygen out of a room and the stored oxygen can be released again when and where it is needed. 228 more words

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How to teach a young introvert

What should we do with the quiet kids? A conversation with Susan Cain on the future of classroom education.

Susan Cain sticks up for the introverts of the world. 2,759 more words

Questions Worth Asking

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Google Aims to Archive All Human Knowledge

According to an intriguing report in New Scientist, Google is building a next-generation information database called Knowledge Vault that’s designed to index and store what we can reasonably term facts.

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Education & Society

What 3D printing is like when you've never done it before

I thought it would be as easy as hitting print. Then, voila a miniature robot! A pencil holder! A pair of stunner shades! A Bulbasaur planter! 1,865 more words

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The Single Most Proven Way to Get Smarter and Happier

Yes, It’s This Simple

Many of the fixes for our problems aren’t complex — something that’s clear in the things I recommend people do every day… 1,284 more words

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Digital Certificate is attachment to an electronic message used for security purposes. The most common use of a digital certificate is to verify that a user sending a message is who he or she claims to be, and to provide the receiver with the means to encode a reply. 362 more words

Science And Technology

Will We Have Any Privacy After the Big Data Revolution?

Does the rise of big data mean the downfall of privacy? Mobile technologies now allow companies to map our every physical move, while our online activity is tracked click by click. 1,061 more words

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