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Welcome - Google Science Fair

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Want to read about kids doing awesome science experiements?  Check out Google Science Fair, "an online science competition open to all students aged 13 to 18 from around the world."  Maybe you will be a participant one day!


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Check out this excellent short film about smartphone addiction

Check out this excellent short film about smartphone addiction | Sustainability | Scoop.it
Oh boy. This resonates. In a fairly uncomfortable way.
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A picture of health - The Guardian

A picture of health - The Guardian | Sustainability | Scoop.it
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A picture of health
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Being happier can, by itself, cause health and wellbeing benefits, but personal choices, such as making time for exercise a few times a week, tend to make the difference for many.
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Kirklees’ youngsters health and wellbeing issues highlighted by study

Kirklees’ youngsters health and wellbeing issues highlighted by study | Sustainability | Scoop.it
Children are struggling with their weight and their worries amid an increasingly tough world for their parents
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Discovery Education - Science Fair Resources

Discovery Education - Science Fair Resources | Sustainability | Scoop.it
ideas for science projects, science fair projects, science experiments, science fair experiments, science fair ideas...

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Optimizing Research to Benefit Public Health and Well Being

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in May convened an expert panel to discuss how the U.S. can optimize its commercial output from federally-funded research to benefit public health and well-being, ...
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