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Students of teachers with the growth mindset for intelligence produce higher grades.
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Celebrations continue marking 150 years of the Periodic Table.
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At the Carl Sagan Institute, astronomers, physicists, biologists and geologists are all on the hunt for the possibility and signs of life on worlds beyond Earth.
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Cornell University has replaced the traditional teaching method where students sit quietly and take notes. Now students are expected to participate, in what is called active learning.
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Neither the US nor Australia are up there with the top-ranking countries when it comes to teaching maths. Why is that? Where are we going wrong?
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A poem and a song help us commemorate the Periodic Table.
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His recent work has been in the area of gene transfer, manipulating the immune system to fight cancer.
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Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered with more expected. Does life exist on any?
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The zinc bromide battery uses two ubiquitous elements and poses no risk of combustion.
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But can machines be programmed to make moral and ethical considerations?
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