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  • To think big, we must think small
    To think big, we must think small
    If we really want the cool stuff we see in Science Fiction Movies, we are going to have to train more people in nanotechnology: the manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular and supramolecular scale.
  • The right angle on Common Core Geometry
    The right angle on Common Core Geometry

    Sometimes at school students miss something important due to absence, inattention, teacher sickness or sporting commitments.

  • Yes you Cannes: four weeks to filmmaker
    Yes you Cannes: four weeks to filmmaker

    The credits have rolled at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, with Swedish film The Square winning the Palme d’Or.

  • Reboot your brain for 2017
    Reboot your brain for 2017

    Of all the courses there are out there, there’s one in particular that promises to lay the groundwork for achieving what we all desire: happiness.

  • Food Manager Training
    Food Manager Training

    Food Safety Managers are not only the overall managers of establishments but also chefs, cooks and owners.

  • The new Saudi vision for self-reliance
    The new Saudi vision for self-reliance

    Global oil prices reached a historic peak in May 2008 at $143.91 a barrel. By January 2009 the price had plunged to $48.37.

  • Can we stop hurricanes?
    Can we stop hurricanes?

    The 2017 hurricane season has been one of the most violent on record, with the highest number of major hurricanes since 2005 and it’s not even over yet.

  • The university without any teachers
    The university without any teachers

    There are hotels in Europe without any staff. You drive up and check in via a machine that issues your room key, the door unlocks and you go up to your room.

  • A chip on your shoulder: wearable tech
    A chip on your shoulder: wearable tech
    In 2010, Katy Perry walked into the MET Costume Institute Gala wearing a dress that constantly changed colour. 3000 shimmering LEDs created the effect, with Perry lighting up like a rainbow in the couture dress designed by wearable tech company CuteCircuit.

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  • Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. Synth sounds are so commonplace now that to create new sounds, you need to know a few things about how they work, and learn a bunch of software, to see how you can push the envelope.

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