Waving your arms, wriggling your fingers and striding around a room can help you learn faster, says Colin Barras. How does it work? Ever got to grips with a problem? Picked up a new skill? Grasped a difficult
Michelle Rhee (Reuters/Max Whittaker) Researchers have discovered a disturbing link between over-diagnosis and the proliferation of standardized testing Caroline Miller March 1, 2014 7:00pm (UTC) There
Three months ago, Stephen Wolfram gave VentureBeat a sneak peek into the future of the Wolfram Language, a totally symbolic, heavily natural, intensely knowledge-based, and extremely large computer programming
The Wall Street Journal on Saturday had a front page article on the White House initiative to create a new agency to manage large IT projects and increase federal hiring of key IT specialists from industry.
Freshman year is essential in deciding whether a student drops out or stays in school. Educators are increasingly focusing on the ninth grade as the year that determines whether a young person will move
The last Remploy factories close on Thursday, ending 67 years of state-run sheltered factory employment for disabled people in the UK. For some, it represents a long overdue progression from paternalist
Social analytics firm Shareaholic today released browser share data for the year 2013 so far. There are quite a lot of figures to go over, but the biggest trend that immediately jumps out is Chrome’s dominance.