Most Innovative Online Educational Tools to Use in 2018

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There is a wide spectrum of applications and tools that facilitate various functions in education and the environment. Some are dedicated to assisting students in their studies while others are focused on teaching. From lesson planning software, student-teacher communication apps, to tutoring apps, here are the 7 hottest educational tools to use in 2018. Flipgrid […]

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Types of solar panels

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There has never been a better time to embrace the power of solar energy. The price of installing a solar panel system keeps falling and the Federal Government, along with several cities, offer lucrative incentives and rebates for installing such a system. Even better is the fact that a solar installation saves you money on […]

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All The Important Details You Need To Know About EHIC

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The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is a free card that lets you have the right of accessing the state-provided healthcare during your temporary stay in any of the twenty-seven countries of European Union. It also includes Switzerland and the EEA (European Economic Area) nations of Liechtenstein, Iceland, and Norway. The advantages of the EHIC […]

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Go Beyond the Surface to Assess the Environmental Impact of Products and Services

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An ever-increasing number of people and companies are more conscious of the environment than ever. People choose the greener options, no matter if it’s food, clothing, office supplies, cars, and many other products and services. There are, in turn, other aspects to keep in mind when choosing the greener option, aspects that the average consumer […]

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Cells that Speed up Organ Growth…Also Speed Up Aging

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More than two thousand years ago, Greek philosopher Aristotle observed that larger animals tend to live longer than smaller ones.  However, today, in the journal Developmental Cell, scientists report that it is cell size—not body size—that affects lifespan.  Researchers in Israel, Canada, and Germany examined the pancreases of 24 mammalian species—from the smallest (shrew) to the tallest […]

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