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Programs across the nation boosting interest in STEM fields

There seems to a dichotomy between the STEM crisis and STEM demand in recent years. Conflicting reports claim that there are more STEM graduates than jobs available, while others claim that a lack of STEM graduates is a major factor in a surge of foreign students and more...

source: By Archita Datta Majumdar
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source: American Mensa

While a digital gallery could never fully replicate the experience...

source: Fast Company

Space tourism isn't quite a reality yet, but travel technology has still come a long way from where it was a few decades ago. GPS is a big improvement on the paper map, a majority of all travel reservations are made online, and wearables are gaining traction. As technology...

source: Mashable

What would a non-techie non-gamer do with virtual reality? The answer: pretty much everything. "I don't worry anymore about whether it will be accepted by the mainstream — that will happen," said Jeremy Bailenson, a virtual reality researcher who directs Stanford University's...

source: The New York Times

New research highlights the important role sleep plays in strengthening and maintaining the accuracy of a memory and hints at why the brain shuts out sensory information during periods of deep sleep. The study found that introducing new odor information to an animal while...

source: ScienceDaily

The next time you feel a sneeze coming on, raise your elbow to cover up that multiphase turbulent buoyant cloud you're about to expel. It turns out that smaller droplets that emerge in a cough or sneeze may travel five to 200 times further than they would if those droplets...

source: ScienceDaily


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