The fascinating glimpse into the tree of life
How does a tree grow? There is of course a detailed biological explanation of how this happens. But let us look at it from another perspective. Imagine a seed in the soil. Initially the water and other minerals in the soil swell up and break the outer protective shell of the seed exposing the embryo […]
These are election times, and regardless of political inclinations, one gets caught up in the excitement. As a scientist, an issue I look for everywhere is the manner in which our politicians and people perceive science and scientific research in India, and where it figures in our national perspective and priorities. I am always disappointed. […]
Making education expensive by reducing funding, letting private players exploit it for financial gains and ideologues hijack it to find cheap cannon fodder would be disaster. “The Stone Age did not end because humans ran out of stones. It ended because it was time for a re-think about how we live.” – William McDonough “Someday […]
After years of watching Vancouver housing prices climb, driven in part by Chinese investment, Eveline Xia came to a painful realization: Despite having a Master’s degree and solid career prospects.
South Africa has eight of the top 15 universities in Africa but its higher learning institutions are rated as the worst performing among the BRICS emerging market nations.
Some of can’t rely on stable worlds economic, so learn, learn and learn everything new, this will help you anytime, dont be upset, believe yourself even in dark times!
Throughout the United States, police officers are beginning to wear body cameras. Should principals in America’s public-school systems follow their example?
The upcoming budget for the Chicago Public Schools will rely on $500 million in yet-to-be-enacted pension savings by Illinois, school officials said on Monday.