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“Let us unite, let us hold each other tightly, let us merge our hearts, let us create — so long as the warmth of this Earth endures, so long as no earthquakes, cataclysms, icebergs or comets come to destroy us — let us create for Earth a brain and a heart, let us give a human meaning to the superhuman struggle.” — Nikos Kazantzakis, Second Duty
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Οκτώ στους δέκα νέους ηλικίας 18 ετών πιστεύουν ότι οι νέοι διατρέχουν κίνδυνο…

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eScienceCommons: Babies' spatial reasoning predicts later math skills

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Technology Vs Brain: the evolution of memory

Are our brains turning to mush, thanks to our utter reliance on technology?…

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The Higgs Boson and Machine Learning by Bernard Murphy

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Technology, Shakespeare, Linguistics and Combatting Terror

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Twitter users who are happy tend to be more connected with other happy users. This is the confirmation of a property of social networks known as…

From happiness on Twitter to DNA organisation

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AdvancED Study Finds Students Not Using Classroom Technology for Learning | AdvancED

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So how much screen time does your child get? Do you think it's too much? Considering we're living in a digital age, how do we give…

Digital Babies does your child need a digital detox?

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What does the latest Pokémon phenomenon tell us about the blurring boundaries between the virtual world and reality? Professor Steve Benford investigates.

Is Pokemon Go just the beginning? - The News Room

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A team of University of Florida researchers has figured out how gold can be used in crystals grown by light to create nanoparticles, a discovery that has major implications for industry and cancer treatment and could improve the function of pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and solar panels.

Chemistry professor is first to use light to make gold crystal nanoparticles

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Genome sequence of the olive tree, Olea europaea revealed.

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Workers Find Safe Spaces In Private Slack Channels, But How Safe Are They?

Private online chat channels on Slack are the modern-day "safe spaces" for co-workers.

Workers Find Safe Spaces In Private Slack Channels, But How Safe Are They?

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There is a growing urgency in the social sector to make better use of data to inform decision-making and evaluate performance, but many organizations struggle to do this. This article provides a framework to help nonprofits and social businesses do better.

Using Data for Action and for Impact (SSIR)

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Three Things Great Data Storytellers Do Differently (SSIR)

Three Things Great Data Storytellers Do Differently (SSIR)

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Small talk: Electronic media keeping kids from communicating with parents

Does a parent's educational background influence their child's exposure to electronic media?

Small talk: Electronic media keeping kids from communicating with parents

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The brain clock that keeps memories ticking | RIKEN

The brain clock that keeps memories ticking

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Better health through video games > Chronicle > Spring 2016 | Yale Medicine

Better health through video games > Chronicle > Spring 2016

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MIT Newsfrom MIT News

We know where you live

From location data alone, even low-tech snoopers can identify Twitter users’ homes, workplaces.

We know where you live

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Tots and TVs: How Children Learn from Screen Media

Tots and TVs: How Children Learn from Screen Media

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New Republicfrom New Republic

Life in the Age of Algorithms

As society becomes more wedded to technology, it's important to consider the formulas that govern our data.

Life in the Age of Algorithms

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The Promise of Growing New Teeth Dental stem cells could revolutionize treatment for patients who face extractions - See more at: http://now.tufts.edu/articles/promise-growing-new-teeth#sthash.hswQdXUr.dpuf

The Promise of Growing New Teeth

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Knowledge Blog | Twitter and the modern researcher

Knowledge Blog | Twitter and the modern researcher

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At the Nikon Imaging Center at HMS, fluorescence microscopy and other technologies are used to explore cellular processes and structures, such as in this image of a pine stem. #HarvardMed #science

Instagram photo by Harvard Medical School • Apr 22, 2016 at 3:53pm UTC

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Investigating the algorithms that govern our lives - Columbia Journalism Review

Investigating the algorithms that govern our lives

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The See Change Huge advances in virtual reality are challenging the nature of experience. Get ready—you may not believe your eyes. Stanford Magazine - Article

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