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The Evolution of Ideas  January 5, 2012
jonnie hughes

What allows some ideas to survive, while others are forgotten?

Coping with a Parent’s Mental Illness  January 4, 2012
mbartok

How does a parent’s ongoing mental illness affect a child’s life, even far into adulthood?

What Language Is  January 4, 2012
John McWhorter

What makes a language genuine and how is the accelerating rate of linguistic change affecting the ongoing debate over how we communicate?

The Current Crisis for Girls  January 3, 2012
Girls on the Edge

Young people certainly face many challenges these days, but what are the special issues faced by girls and young women as they come of age in the 21st Century?

From Smart Materials to Nanotechnology  January 3, 2012
Ramirez

How will nanotechnology change our lives in the future and what exciting advances are happening in the field of materials development today?

The Secret Lives of the Brain  January 2, 2012
Eagleman

What is your brain really doing when you think it’s busy being you?

Getting Kids Unstuck  January 2, 2012
Ron Clark

What’s the best way to revitalize classrooms and challenge and inspire students to be successful?

The Mystery of a Mother’s Suicide  December 29, 2011
Rappaport

How does someone cope with the loss of a parent and how does a parent’s suicide reverberate through a child’s life?

Wonders of the Universe  December 29, 2011
brian cox

What’s really out there and where can we find the answers to the most perplexing questions about ourselves and the space-time continuum we inhabit?

Coping with Media Overload  December 28, 2011
Cooper_Thomas

Can the ubiquity of all-the-time, everywhere media coverage be avoided and how can we regain control of our media diet?

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