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  • 7 Choices Every Entrepreneur Must Make

    7 Choices Every Entrepreneur Must Make

    via Entrepreneur : In April of 2012, my father died at the relatively young age of 54. His death was a shock. At his funeral I kept replaying the last few conversations we had. The one thing he said in those conversations was that he wished he had done more. He told me he had so many dreams, goals and visions of entrepreneurship that he had never done anything about. He told me to learn the […]

  • Farm Manager’s Success an Inspiration to Youth

    Farm Manager’s Success an Inspiration to Youth

    via news24 : MPHO Nemukula realised from a very young age that she wanted to be a farmer. Entering the male-dominated agricultural industry was no easy feat, but her love of and passion for farming has contributed to her success as a poultry farm manager. Nemukula (34), who works as an area manager for Sovereign Foods in Uitenhage, said that despite the many challenges facing the youth of today, from being victims of crime, unemployment, substance […]

  • Exam Study Tips and Tricks

    Exam Study Tips and Tricks

    via Herald Sun : THE pressures of studying and trying to remember a year’s worth of information can be overwhelming to some students. But you can use certain techniques to improve the power of your brain and stimulate learning and memory. SIX TIPS TO HELP YOU STUDY MINIMISE DISTRACTIONS Focus your attention by minimising the distractions in your environment. This includes mobile phones, social media and television. Multi-tasking should also be avoided, where possible. Multi-tasking activates […]

  • The Solar Eclipse Had a Spooky Effect on Nature

    The Solar Eclipse Had a Spooky Effect on Nature

    via Live Science : From flowers spontaneously shutting their petals to hundreds of thousands of salmon washing ashore, the eclipse yesterday (Aug. 21) had a downright spooky impact on nature, according scientists observing the effects. Several experimental projects were aimed at recording the responses of animals to the eclipse, including the iNaturalist app, which encouraged people to record observations during and after totality, said Rebecca Johnson, citizen science research director at the California Academy of Sciences […]

  • Video Games Aren’t Totally Damaging Your Brain

    Video Games Aren’t Totally Damaging Your Brain

    via Vitals : A recent study found that people who played first-person shooter video games showed shrinkage in their hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for both memory management and spatial navigation. But is playing Call of Duty really that bad for you, and if so, can a daily dose of Super Mario 64 balance everything out? The Story: The study tracked a group of self-described non-gamers over the course of four years using MRI […]

  • Teens Fail to See Value in ‘Vital’ Problem Solving Skills

    Teens Fail to See Value in ‘Vital’ Problem Solving Skills

    via inews: Just 3 per cent of teenagers believe problem solving skills and creativity are essential attributes to have on their CVs, according to an in-depth survey into young people’s views of work. Only a fraction more, 4 per cent, believe leadership and social skills are vital for the workplace, while 5 per cent chose self-confidence and the ability to work in a team. The study comes just weeks after the CBI published its annual education […]

  • Do the Math Before ‘Filling Up’ Your Electric Truck

    Do the Math Before ‘Filling Up’ Your Electric Truck

    via ccj : I’m an outlier. I’m a guy who likes to write and loves math. There’s an old J-School joke about people picking journalism as a major because it has one of the lowest math requirements, but I majored in engineering for three years before changing majors so I have years of pent-up math that I never get to use. With the recent buzz about electric trucks, their potential and their payback I think there’s […]

  • Why Midsized Animals Are the Fastest on Earth

    Why Midsized Animals Are the Fastest on Earth

    via Science : An elephant should run faster than a horse—at least in theory. That’s because big creatures have more of the type of muscle cells used for acceleration. Yet midsized animals are the fastest on Earth, a trend that researchers have long struggled to explain. Now, an analysis of nearly 500 species ranging from fruit flies to whales has an answer: The muscle cells in big animals run out of fuel before the creatures can […]

  • Wrong A-level Choices Prevent Poorer Students Gaining Elite University Places

    Wrong A-level Choices Prevent Poorer Students Gaining Elite University Places

    via The Guardian : Students from poorer backgrounds may be held back by their A-level subject choices when applying for respected degree courses, such as law, at leading universities. New research suggests that those taking vocational A-levels in law, accounting or business are less likely to attend elite universities than students who opt for traditional academic subjects such as sciences, mathematics, languages, history and geography. Catherine Dilnot, at University College London’s Institute of Education, analysed the […]

  • In The Future, Your Car Will Read Your Biology to Make Decisions for You

    In The Future, Your Car Will Read Your Biology to Make Decisions for You

    via Futurism : Next-Level Integration As automakers like Tesla, Toyota, and Volvo focus on developing vehicles that can interact autonomously with their environments, Ari Teman is exploring ways the cars of the future could interact with you. The inventor, designer, and technologist told Futurism he sees biometrics, which is “the ability for a vehicle, an environment, or a service to recognize who you are and how you are,” as one of the biggest developments in transportation […]