They’d never seen a computer. Now they’re training to be the tech experts of tomorrow.

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Over 247 million children in Sub-Saharan African countries have no school supplies. Not even a backpack. Photo courtesy of CodeToHope. Sub-Saharan Africa has one of the highest poverty rates in the world. And with all money going toward food, shelter, and tuition fees (many schools aren’t free), parents are often unable to afford the supplies […]

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Damien Hirst’s giant uterus sculptures graphically document conception to birth

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'The Miraculous Journey', an art installation by artist Damien Hirst outside the Sidra Medical and Research Centre in Qatar's capital Doha.Image: AFP/Getty ImagesSTRINGER/AFP/Getty Images Want to know what the uterus looks like in the various stages before a baby is born? Yeah, you do. British artist Damien Hirst has officially unveiled 14 colossal bronze uterus […]

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This eco-friendly lid can cover pretty much anything

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Your sandwich deserves better than your old takeout containers.Image: Shutterstock / NatalyaBond Leftover season is upon us, which means that now is the time to invest in some solid Tupperware.  You may be thinking that the mix-matched menagerie of lids and plastic containers you have tucked away in your kitchen will do the trick, but […]

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Trump seemingly tweets conspiracy theory about bombs sent to his critics

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Another day, another conspiracy theory pushed by the president.Image: Getty Images UPDATE: Oct. 26, 2018, 12:48 p.m. EDT Updated to include Trump’s comments after arrest of suspect. President Donald Trump is using his Twitter account to seemingly push a conspiracy theory, this time surrounding the dozen (and counting) bombs sent to critics of his administration.  […]

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Scooby Doo Syndrome (Or why founders need to move on)

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Billy McFarland, leaving federal court after pleading guilty to wire fraud charges in March.Image: Mark Lennihan/AP/REX/Shutterstock Remember the disaster that was the Fyre Festival? Well, its founder, 26-year-old Billy McFarland, was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to pay $26,182,386 on Thursday. McFarland was found guilty of multiple counts of fraud that included […]

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