Dominique Eseinune

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The science of resilience: how to teach students to persevere

Neurologist and teacher Judy Willis shares three simple techniques to help teachers build resilience in their students<p>In schools today, the focus is not only on helping students pass exams, but also on improving their character by making them more resilient. Resilience in learning, as in life, is …

Pedagogy

#ChicEats: 10 Bucket List Restaurants Around the World

Our weekly column covers the chicest food and restaurants. From Stockholm to New York City, add these picks to your global itinerary.<p>Whether hyped by documentaries or highly regarded because of unmatchable views, some restaurants are worth planning an entire trip around—if you're lucky enough to …

How do you create a gaming PC aimed at esports?

This is how you evolve the gaming case<p>Esports is a growing business, and players who stream or play in organized tournaments have different needs than those playing at home for fun. The gaming PC company iBuyPower is aiming squarely for the Esports market with the Revolt 2, a gaming system with …

A nanophotonic comeback for incandescent bulbs?

Researchers combine the warm look of traditional light bulbs with 21st-century energy efficiency<p>CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--Traditional light bulbs, thought to …

Energy Efficiency

The future of wearables is smart fabrics, says Business of Fashion founder

<i>This article was taken from The WIRED World in 2016 -- our fourth annual trends report, a standalone magazine in which our network of expert writers</i> …

How 'cybathletes' will reshape human bodies

<i>This article was taken from The WIRED World in 2016 -- our fourth annual trends report, a standalone magazine in which our network of expert writers</i> …

Squeezing cells into stem cells

EPFL scientists have developed a new method that turns cells into stem cells by "squeezing" them. The method paves the way for large-scale production …

The refugee who took on the British government

For British politicians, foreign aid to Africa has become a cherished emblem of our idealism and generosity. But what happens when our funds harm those they are meant to help?<p>One day in late 2010, a farmer – I will call him Opik – woke up in his village in the remote Ethiopian province of Gambella. …

These 5 Life-Changing Superfoods Will Get You Through Winter

Kale and açai have been the superfood forerunners for years now, but it’s about time that the superfood smoothie gets a makeover. Upgrade your post-workout smoothies with these five new, amazing and nutrient-dense additions you’ve probably never heard of before. From an antioxidant berry to an …

Superfoods

Japanese Pastry Maker’s White Strawberry Tart Captures the "Scent of First Love"

Japanese pastry maker Qu'il Fait Bon captured the art (and scent) of love in a single, delectable treat. Their fruit tart is made with a white strawberry called <i>Hatsukoi no Kaori</i>, which literally translates to “The Scent of First Love.” After 20 years of research done by plant suppliers and fruit …

Inside the Lab Where Invisibility Cloaks Are Made

Can science compete with magic?<p>Just before Christmas I finally got to see an invisibility cloak. I’ve written a whole book about invisibility—its myths, magic, and technology—but never before had I seen in the flesh one of the new devices that promise to make things vanish.<p>We all know what …

Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories

Their history informs fantastical myths and legends, while American tales tend to focus on moral realism.<p>If Harry Potter and Huckleberry Finn were each to represent British versus American children’s literature, a curious dynamic would emerge: In a literary duel for the hearts and minds of …

Can a Plant Remember? This One Seems to—Here’s the Evidence

Science & InnovationCuriously Krulwich<p>There’s this plant I’ve heard about that had a really bad afternoon a few years ago. It was in its pot bothering nobody and then, suddenly, it fell. Not once, but 56 times. (I’ll explain in a minute.) But it’s a plant. Things happen to plants, and as far as I …

Western Australia

Why it's much better to drink milk after a workout than water

Did you know mushrooms produce Vitamin D even after they've been picked? Professor Alice Roberts reveals some of the fascinating facts she uncovered for the programme Britain's Favourite Foods<p>After a long session pounding the treadmill in the gym, what do you tend to reach for to refresh yourself? …

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg: I'm bringing free internet to Europe

In an hour-long Q&A, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reveals the future of Oculus Rift and mobile payments, chats to Richard Branson and reveals how much time he spends in the office<p>Mark Zuckerberg has revealed he will bring <b>Facebook</b>'s free internet project to Europe, saying that the service will …

Pistachio recipes for Spring

Salted or sweet, adding richness to cakes or forming a green alliance with spring vegetables, pistachios guarantee a smile<p>I’m in Istanbul, in a little hotel with a rooftop terrace across from the Blue Mosque. It means you wake early, with the call to prayer, but you also get to watch the mosque’s …

10 classic Mad Men-era cocktails

How We Shot This Photo Of A Floating Woman With A Simple Lighting Trick

Do you remember your first eye-opening experience with lighting in photography? I think it happend to me while watching one of David Hobby’s …

How to Edit Videos in Photoshop

With almost all of our cameras featuring video capabilities (I’m looking at you, Nikon Df), most of you have probably considered going beyond the …

Clever stove knob knows exactly when your dinner is burning

A new gadget promises to constantly adjust the temperature of your hob so your meals cook perfectly<p>If you hate having to hover over the hob to make sure your dinner isn’t burning, a new gadget could be the answer to your prayers.<p>Meld is an automated device which constantly monitors the temperature …

How The Grid Will Automate Web Design Without Killing The Designer

Can you replace a human designer with artificial intelligence?<p>Can you replace a human designer with artificial intelligence and machine learning? That’s the question, more or less, which will likely plague The Grid long after the company launches its new website creation and hosting platform.<p>The …

This Awesome Concept Car Splits Into Two Motorcycles

My ultimate fantasy vehicle was rendered by a guy who’s designed concepts for NASA.<p>Here at <i>Fast Company</i>, I have a video series called Creative Director for a Day. The premise is simple. I walk into a business and tell people far more talented than myself what to do for a day. In the latest episode, …

How to shell a boiled egg in seconds using a glass of water

This ingenious hack will save you time and effort in the kitchen. Roll on the egg mayo sandwiches<p>There's nothing more infuriating than mangling a <b>pefect boiled egg</b> with clumsy shelling.<p>But one YouTuber has come up with a way to peel hard-boiled eggs perfectly in a matter of seconds. No more fiddling …

In defence of chardonnay

The chardonnay grape gets plenty of the blame for the bad wine it makes, but none of the credit for the good<p>Tim and Judy Finn run Neudorf in Nelson, one of the earliest producers of wine in New Zealand’s South Island. It takes a couple of hours to reach it by road from Marlborough, around the tip …

Procrastination Is Literally Killing You

“I’ll just read this article a little later.”<p>It’s bad enough that procrastination can ruin your work day—an earful from the boss for blowing a deadline, say, or just a later evening at the office than you planned. But the effects of habitual delay can infect you at the physical level as well as the …

Smartphones could be charged in 60 seconds with new battery

An iPhone 6 takes around two hours to charge but could be full of power in a minute if fitted with a new aluminium battery<p>Smartphones could be charged in less than one minute after scientists at Stanford University invented an aluminium battery so powerful it could revolutionise the industry.<p>The …

Watch: the German rollercoaster restaurant

Move over conveyor belt sushi, the rollercoasting hamburger is here<p>It gives fast food a new meaning: a restaurant in Germany that features its very own rollercoaster.<p>Located in the northern port city of Hamburg, the restaurant has been fittingly named the Rollercoaster Restaurant, and can seat as …

Brain damage could be repaired by creating new nerve cells

Researchers have regenerated damaged areas in the brains of mice by converting structural cells into functioning neurons<p>Scientists have raised hopes that brain damage caused by strokes, stab wounds and even bullets could one day be repaired by converting structural cells into functioning …

The 25 Best Inventions of 2014

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