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Einstein’s bold theory was finally proven right 100 years later.
With hackers harvesting millions of login details every single year the likelihood that one of your accounts has been compromised is increasing exponentially. To try and help you regain some peace of...
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Feliks Zemdegs of Australia turned in some head-spinning times at the Rubik's Cube world championship in Paris last weekend. While he did not win the the crown for the classic 3x3x3, Zemdegs did set s...
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There truly is safety in numbers.
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Evidence disproving it, however, keeps rolling in.
Using your fingers to trace maths problems can make a huge difference to how you understand and solve problems. A new study by University of Sydney shows students who trace maths problems with their f...