How to Prepare Students for the Future of Work

The future of work worries everybody, but especially young students who are afraid of uncertainty. Most schools don’t teach students how to prepare for the future of work, and this is something that students require to have a successful career. According to Entrepreneur, most American schools don’t provide their students with entrepreneurial skills.

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Space Hero: Ever wanted to go to space? Now you may have a chance

Did you ever want to go to space? Become a “space hero”? Now you may have a chance.

When I was a kid, science-fiction TV shows were so popular. I grew up watchşng Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Space 1999, etc. Back then, in the 1980s, the excitement arose from the Moon landing, and other progress in space exploration was still hot, and the year 2000 was the “distant future”. A lot of people were dreaming to go to space in at least early 2ks and as a kid interested in science and technology, I was no exception.

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Life on Venus? Astronomers detected phosphine which is a strong signature of life

Life on Venus? Astronomers have detected the first sign of life in the deadly clouds of Venus. They found phosphine which displays a strong signature of life. If we can detect life itself soon, this might be the most exciting news in history.

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Funky Smells, Strange Sounds, and Weird Sights: Evolutionary Explanations About Our Senses

The world looked very different for early humans, and their daily life was vastly different from that of people living in the 21st century. Our five senses, once crucial to our survival, are easy to take for granted. For most modern humans, food is easily accessed, and we spend the bulk of our time indoors, well protected from the elements and various dangers.

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Space Shuttle, Boeing 747, and Concorde in the same photo

Washington Dulles International Airport has shared a strikingly beautiful throwback photo on their Twitter account (@Dulles_Airport): The year 1986, Space Shuttle Enterprise on top of a Boeing 747, while a Concorde was taking off in the background. A photo that can never be replicated. Total aviation and space exploration greatness.

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The 3D Printed Homes of the Future are Giant Eggs on Mars

In June 2020, a 3D printed house that can float on a pontoon was unveiled in the Czech Republic. Last year, work started on a community of 3D printed houses for low-income families in Mexico. While building homes with 3D printers is becoming more scalable, it’s also still a fun way to play around with unique designs and futuristic concepts for our living spaces.

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Missing Minerals: How Soil Depletion is Affecting Our Daily Nutrition

There are probably about a million different ways to think about the important nutrients your body needs to be at its best. For the majority of us, thinking about the topic brings up images of healthy, garden-fresh foods or colorful plates that would make a dietician crack a smile. Others may think about protein shakes and supplements that boost muscle growth and help focus the mind.

There’s probably one crucial thing you don’t really think about and typically associate with your body’s nutrition though.

Soils.

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Backyard Worlds: NASA is asking for volunteers to help find the hypothetical Planet 9

Some astronomers think in our outer solar system there’s a giant, undiscovered world hiding and they call it (for obvious reasons) Planet Nine. Whether it exists, it could be 5-10 times the size of the Earth and orbit Sun hundreds of times farther away than Earth orbiting Sun. Now, a NASA citizen science project called Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 enlists volunteers to help find this hypothetical giant planet.

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