Have you ever wondered what it means to be human? It turns out that only a tiny percentage of what you and I are made of is actually human — and we need our non-human bits to survive. This part of us now has a name — it's called our microbiome.
Fast fashion is a major contributor to the world's clothing waste problem. Many of us give our old clothes to charity or drop them in a store take-back bin, but you might be surprised to learn most of it is sold and can end up in the landfill.
This document film is very useful for us to get to know that Plants also have the same feelings like human. All actions that we do with plants will reflect on our living environment. If we love and protect plants. They also do the same with us. They supply food, clean air, its umbrage for... Continue Reading →
“Our earth is becoming too small for us, global population is increasing at an alarming rate and we are in danger of self-destructing… I would not be optimistic about the long-term outlook for our species.”
Plants perceive the world without eyes, ears or brains. Understanding how can teach us a lot about them, and potentially a lot about us as well
People who face day-to-day life with the help of numbers are less prone to be the victims of scams and tend to weigh different options with data, without being influenced by the opinions or emotions of other people
Whether you're just learning to code or you're a seasoned machine learning practitioner, you'll find information and exercises in this resource center to help you develop your skills and advance your projects.
Dr. Peter O’Neil has been a professor of mathematics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham since 1978. At the University of Alabama at Birmingham, he has served as chairman of mathematics, dean of natural sciences and mathematics, and university provost. Dr. Peter O’Neil has also served on the faculty at the University of Minnesota and the College of William and Mary in Virginia, where he was chairman of mathematics. He has been awarded the Lester R. Ford Award from the Mathematical Association of America. He received both his M.S and Ph.D. in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His primary research interests are in graph theory and combinatorial analysis.
There are around 600 million children and adolescents being failed worldwide today. Either they are not in school at all or they are in schools where learning isn’t happening.
Today I would like to recommend a mirror of hard studying "Ban Ki Moon - 8th Secretary-General United Nations". From a boy in the countryside with difficult situation. With passion for studying. He became a truly human who dare to live and serve for others. His morality and talent made me very respect.