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Spring marks the start of new beginnings, and though the crisp, sunny days might tempt you outside, others, like me, will be tempted by a new crop of books to choose from… Spring marks the start of new
When you're a parent, choosing between working and staying at home feels like a no-win situation. Whichever door you choose, regrets are always lurking in the background needling you about what you've
This weekend Japan’s iconic rail network launched the newest addition to its system of shinkansen “bullet trains,” connecting Tokyo for the first time by high-speed rail with the northern island of Hokkaido.
Maybe that's why you're such a homebody. While the average person is happier with a large friend circle, new research reveals those with higher IQs are better off with a small one. Evolutionary psychologists
By Lara N. Dotson-Renta “You have a PhD, and you’re freelancing and home with the kids? That must be … nice,” said the mother of a friend of my 6-year-old daughter. The “nice” hung in the air awkwardly,
Every morning we send our kids off for six or more hours at their school but do we really know what's going on? We see progress reports, grades, and an occasional email, but what are they learning and
Deep learning is a topic that is making big waves at the moment. It is basically a branch of machine learning (another hot topic) that uses algorithms to e.g. recognize objects and understand human speech.
Maths is not about learning times tables, it’s about spotting patterns in everything we experience and using them to plan and invent It’s extraordinary what a badge of honour it is in our culture to declare: