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  • Science Is Not About Certainty

    The separation of science and the humanities is relatively new—and detrimental to both.

  • How A Genius Thinks

    "However, while many people define genius differently, most agree that Richard Feynman was one and there is probably no better example of his brilliance than his famous talk, There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom. It not only launched a revolution in physics and engineering that is still being played out today, it shows us how a true genius really thinks."

  • Is Grit Stifling Our Creativity?

    Stressed out, relentless, martyrdom is often viewed as part and parcel of success. From the sleepless persona of the Tech entrepreneurs, to the ubiquitous chatter around “grit,” tenacity has become synonymous with achievement. Yet, new emergent research is illustrating that perhaps dogged determination has been glamorized far beyond its usefulness.

  • 7 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

    What do Jack Dorsey (Co-Founder of Twitter and Square), Mark Cuban (Founder of Broadcast.com - sold to Yahoo and owner of the Dallas Mavericks) and Nick Woodman (Founder and CEO of GoPro) all have in common? Perhaps nothing. Or maybe quite a bit?

  • Eight Scientific Strategies To Improve Creativity

    Strategies anyone can use to improve their capacity to innovate.

  • How Technology Enhances Creativity

    "Technology does not quell creativity (…). The truth is that by expanding possibilities and automating part of the creative process, we can all be more creative and productive."

  • Making Homework Smarter

    As the school year begins: a better way to handle homework.

  • Beyond Sheer Brainpower

    What does it take to think and act in an intelligent way?

  • Integration is the New Specialty

    We need to stop putting everything into categories and start to view the world from an assimilated, cohesive perspective. Integrating arts education into every schools' curriculum is one of the ways we can achieve this.

  • Stuck? Try Sleeping AND Smelling On It

    Scent can boost the creative power of "sleeping on it."