“You can’t tell Marie Curie that she can’t do something,” says Hank Green, host of the SciShow. The first woman to receive world renown in science, Curie was the first person to win the Nobel Prize in two different categories, and she coined the word “radioactivity.” This excellent short video tells the story of this “super-genius” who revolutionized her field and literally lived a radioactive life.
Transfer of learning is a concept that should be top-of-mind when planning any learning and development program. Why? In a perfect world, the billions of dollars organizations collectively spend every […]
We thought the Big Bang started it all. Then we realized that something else came before, and it erased everything that existed prior.
There is more consensus on what heaven looks like than hell.
A group of prominent scientists shares how research has changed them.