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Do brain games really work?
Boston Globe Magazine
October 12, 2014: We spend more than $1 billion a year trying to keep our minds limber. But weíre often left asking the same big question.

A new challenge
Economist
October 9, 2014: The Gates Foundationís Grand Challenges in Global Health programme is a decade old. How has it done, and what should it do in the future?

STEMís newest darling: Robotics
Boston Globe Magazine
October 5, 2014: Itís the 21st centuryís newest must-study subject. So how can schools get more students exposed?

Electric Vehicles Sell Power Back to the Grid
Wall Street Journal
September 29, 2014: Delaware test fleet makes money by serving as an electricity reserve; other projects to come.

Big Data Cuts Building Energy Use
Wall Street Journal
September 29, 2014: Sensors and analytic software Help Make buildings more efficient

Jesus, the consummate storyteller
Boston Globe
September 7, 2014: Amy-Jill Levine believes weíre underestimating the literary power of the parables.

How the Mormons Conquered America
Nautilus
June 17, 2014: If religion were a species, how would it evolve? Mormonism provides a case study.

When the Power Goes Out, Microgrids Keep Electricity Flowing
Wall Street Journal
May 18, 2014: Small networks can isolate themselves from the main grid and generate their own power

 
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