This velocity is so nearly that of light, that it seems we have strong reason to conclude that light itself (including radiant heat, and other
Is looking for microRNAs in the bloodstream the silver bullet for cancer detection? Have a look at Jorge Soto talk at TEDGlobal 2014. Notice that he
Recently discovered asapScience youtube channel and this highly interesting short video (around 3 minutes) about the 5 Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Brain. Very interesting… and maybe
“Today’s math curriculum is teaching students to expect — and excel at — paint-by-numbers classwork, robbing kids of a skill more important than solving problems:
R.I.P. Robin Williams Quote in title from the Dead Poets Society
I had never heard of C-IQ or conversional IQ before, but positive conversation affect brain chemistry and this could mean a lot for your organization.
In Canada, we are stuck with some of the worst (read most expensive) cell phone plans of the OCDE countries (see also Michael Geist Blog). Things
Just saw this Blog post on Popular Science about a company that claims can teach babies to read by 9 months old: No, You Can’t Teach
An interesting read appeared on Ars Technica to underline the one year anniversary of Edward Snowden action: An essay concerning a post-Snowden utopia: Stop the surveillance
Not so long ago, we were having an open exchange among the Faculty of our department on learning and evaluating how new concepts were acquired by students.
Google Classroom is a mix between Google Drive, Facebook and DropBox in one package for your classroom. Is this enough to make you want to
Element 117 independently “created” by a group from GSI, who was able to reproduce previous results using Ca on Bk (Berkelium!). It is off course unstable
Seen in a presentation at a conference and meant as a transition (and I assume also a critic!) … Quite telling!
In case you have missed it, an official announcement of the experimental detection of gravitational waves were experimentally was made yesterday by the BICEP2 collaboration.