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TED-Ed: importanța grupelor de sânge

It’s often said that despite humanity’s many conflicts, we all bleed the same blood. It’s a nice thought, but not quite accurate. In fact, our blood comes in a few different varieties. 30 more words


Ted-ED: de ce suntem atrași de tragedii

The story goes something like this: A royal, rich, or righteous individual — who is otherwise a lot like us — makes a mistake that sends his or her life spiraling into ruin. 49 more words


Week Seven: Online Writing Group

It’s the seventh week of the Summer 2015 Online Writing Group!

We’ve got two weeks left in our online writing group! OH MY GOD!

We didn’t have a guest blogger this week, and a few of you got me posts after Sunday, so I’ve posted this a bit late. 937 more words


#LIKEAGIRL: 'Always' Confidence Summit 2015

“Like a girl” has been used as an insult, meaning weak, slow or just not as good as the boys. But why can’t “You run like a girl” also mean that you win the race? 1,483 more words


this is your bilingual brain, illustrated

TED-ED recently published a short, but powerful new video explaining the significant brain benefits that accompany bilingualism. Research shows that in addition to the financial and cultural benefits that accompany bilingualism, learning another language actually makes your brain more healthy, complex and actively engaged. 50 more words

Ted-ED: cum cresc oasele

Can you grow a human bone outside the human body? The answer may soon be yes. Nina Tandon explores the possibility by examining how bones naturally grow inside the body, and illuminating how scientists are hoping to replicate that process in a lab.