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Cuban artist sketches under the sea among fish and coral reefs
He gets fully kitted out in scuba diving gear including an oxygen tank and yellow flippers and swims out 60 meters
"Create or die", the future of Latin America
In an era of uncertainty, "Create or die" poses some challenges that Latin Americans must consider to ensure job stability
Anne Carson wins Princess of Asturias award
Canadian writer Anne Carson is the ninth woman to win the Princess of Asturias Award for Literature in 40 years .
Post-covid schools will need to innovate
Education is extremely important in society. However, the education system may not be fully adapted to the times.
The obstacles of the online diffusion of the arts
Since the COVID-19 lockdowns jobs are developing digitally, whereas the artistic world is struggling with the lack of face-to-face contact and the governmental underfunding that they have been experiencing.
Sales of digital books grew during confinement
As a consequence of Covid 19, the sale of digital books became a good option to overcome mandatory confinement in much of the world
"Sálvese quien pueda", the book about the future of work
"Sálvese quien pueda" is the book that is showing that, even in a pandemic, the world of work is changing at a rapid pace
The Mozart effect and your children's homework
Listening to Mozart's music according to neurological studies, gives incredible benefits to the brain
Better-educated men = healthier women
According to a new study, the better educated the man, the healthier his partner
Marcos Mundstock highlights with Les Luthiers
The legendary Argentine artist leaves a huge legacy with his work at Les Luthiers, one of the most important ensembles in Latin America
Taking exams remotely: problems and solutions
The virtual course modality poses a great question for education: how to take exams? Here are some possible solutions.
Harvard launched a series of free and certified online courses
Harvard launched a series of very varied free courses so that you can educate yourself during the quarantine.
Top 5 free online courses to do in quarantine
Quarantine is an ideal time to learn new things. Let's see what are the best free courses on the Internet
STEM students learn as well online as in classrooms
Students learned just as much in online STEM college courses as they did in traditional classroom settings, and at a fraction of the cost.
Chatty kids do better at school
Young children go on to achieve more academic success when their verbal skills are enhanced, a new study suggests.
Quarantined? Read interesting digital books on these platforms
Lovers of reading and those who would like to read, have various options to distract themselves online and for free.
The benefits of distance learning in the quarantine
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, some institutions decided to implement virtual classes. Let's see some benefits of this modality!
Timing is key for parents who want to help children learn at museums
Children's museums can be a challenging environment for parents who feel the urge to explain science.
Hard workers may make better role models than geniuses
According to a new study effort may inspire us more than genius.
Celebrate women every day. Time's 100 Women of the Year
On Friday, a few days before International Women´s Day, Time magazine released '100 Women of the Year', a list celebrating influential females.
Here's what to watch on International Women's Day
Netflix and UN Women launched "Because She Watched", a collection of TV shows, movies, and documentaries curated by women from all over the world.
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