Famous American scientist, lecturer and communicator of physics Lou Bloomfield has found a way to teach physics in exciting and understandable way
Steve Kaufmann: how to become a polyglot
Is it possible to avoid dementia? James E. Galvin on how it can be done.
Board games in light of the history of human civilization. How experts reconstruct lost rules of ancient games.
Denis Urubko, one of the best mountaineers in the world, speaks about making decisions in extreme situations
One of the leading educators of the USA Esther Wojcicki talks about her own method of teaching
Finnish educator and entrepreneur Santeri Koivisto, the man who turned Minecraft into successful educational product
21st Century Skills: the new reality in education. Patrick Griffin speaks about a new global education research project.
The ecology of the brain, or how to stay healthy until old age
Did you know that business games were not invented at the capitalist West but in the Soviet Union? Read about how it happened
Eric Mazur: stop lecturing and ask your students questions instead
The man who plants trees. Three stories from Gusman Minlebayev
The idea of creating free social space that would make everyone feel at home in it has become a successful business project
Anatoliy Prokhorov on educational animation
“Nature is my god. The forest is my church.” Finnish ornithologist Pertti Saurola speaks about his lifetime project – the protection of wild nature
This is incredibly awesome, and that includes everything from the idea to its implementation. A museum that is a true work of engineering art
3D mechanics or a fresh approach to robotics. A St. Petersburg scientist creates a mechanical civilization
The younger generation’s regular social interaction of with people who have rich and unique experience in some sphere as motivation for growth
Step by step: how to become a spaceman
Development parks: the project that breaks a lot of stereotypes about modern Russian education and business
If you want to train an engineer of the future, you need to be one yourself, thinks Purdue University professor Phillip Sanger
On why we need the colonization of Mars and why this problem is the main engineering challenge in our talk with American engineer Robert Zubrin
Ron Finley, gangster gardener
Long-term existence and development of any important enterprise cannot be imagined without professional dynasties
Expedition as an instrument of education aimed at constructing an understanding of the world around
Protecting birds of prey at the very top of the ecological pyramid is an important sustainable development task
Space science: the symbiosis of advanced engineering technology, strong goal-oriented people and a special life philosophy
The businessman who builds roads, schools and kindergartens
How to train new chief designers? Modern technologies in engineering education
There are a lot of literary genres but only a few of them facilitate our intellectual development
Discussing the questions related to engineering mentality
Watchmaker Valentin Yerofeyev not only single-handedly develops and makes watches but also designs the machines he needs in his work
The role of the educational system in nurturing the youth is strongly overrated
Universities as centers of creating new knowledge and skills
The unique traditions of university city
New methods of innovative activity being introduced in Leonardo da Vinci’s homeland: networking architectures