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Why It’s Imperative to Teach Students How to Question as the Ultimate Survival Skill

To make scientific progress, Albert Einstein first asked questions. Even if he did not find the expected answer, asking questions often led to discovery of even greater truths than what were searched for originally. For instance, when he was 16 years of … Continue reading

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The minds of creative geniuses, like Steve Jobs, remain a scientific mystery

The minds of creative people are different, but scientists do not why. A report from Anne McIlroy of the Toronto Globe and Mail describes what we do know.

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