Math in motion or sitting at a computer - which improves students' ability to learn? Scientists have studied the effects of movement on learning.
There's a simple art to learning from pylons rather than walking into them: look up! Nobel Laureates gravitate towards Lindau every summer. The town's newly erected Science Trail is a tour of their minds.
Ironically, it's a state institution, the University of Havana, that's running communist-ruled Cuba's first startup incubator. It's supported by the Humboldt University of Berlin. Andreas Knobloch went to visit.
Coffee is king in Costa Rica. But production makes up a large part of the country's CO2 emissions. Now farmers are learning eco-friendly farming techniques so Costa Rica can reach its emission reduction goals.
On November 14, 1716, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz died. The universal genius of the early enlightenment not only passed on a wealth of knowledge, but left imprint on our scientific way of thinking.
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