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Research suggests that people, especially young individuals, see a reduction in stress levels through doing art therapy. And being a good artist isn't a qualification.
For years we've wondered if educational programs are the reason for the disparity between women and men in engineering, but what if there's another reason?
Hannah Rousey won a $1000 scholarship for college from a bottled water company. Here's why she turned it down.
American commuters have different habits and spend a different portion of their income on car commuting than their counterparts in other developed nations.
STEM employers say they are looking for more qualified applicants than they can find, but teens are growing less and less interested in science. What if the way we teach science is the issue?
A new carbon capture technique could help us take carbon dioxide out of the air... for good.
With threats like climate change looming ever larger, humans might have to go back to the roots to find solutions.
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