https://youtu.be/kGfL7ni9kP4 Every week we challenge our readers to ask Danny a question about the natural world. This week, we discussed […]
This 15-year-old Jacksonville teen spent his summer refurbishing computers and donating them to students in need.
Human brains are wired to be curious. The part of our brain that fires up in response to pleasure and satisfaction, also responds to curiosity.
New study suggest that the aroma of roses can boost learning capabilities by up to 30%. That’s nothing to sniff at.
A person’s degree of curiosity is directly related to their strength of memory. In other words, the more curious you are about a subject, the more knowledge you will retain when learning about it.