Science Solitaire is a weekly passionate hunt to understand this expanding, accelerating universe of beings and things by looking at what science has come upon, so far. Written by science writer and author Maria Isabel Garcia.
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[Science Solitaire] How do kids know what's 'real?'

'Kids are smarter than we give them credit for'

'Kids are smarter than we give them credit for'

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[Science Solitaire] How do kids know what's 'real?'

'A sea of masked faces all around the world have become the iconic image of this time. ...

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[Science Solitaire] Do masks hide what we feel?

'We made this mess, and if we want to still be around this planet, we fix it'

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[Science Solitaire] The mother of all temperature checks

Have you been using more plastic during quarantine?

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[Science Solitaire] Plastic: The problem with 'hello' is 'goodbye'

Here are just some ways we can turn the crowd to work for a better normal

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[Science Solitaire] Time to rethink the power of crowds

'What if your favorite performing artist showed up in your house through some abracadabra ...

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[Science Solitaire] Avatars and the performing arts

'If you lost your job because of the pandemic, did you lose your passion too?'

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[Science Solitaire] Quarantine passions

'Time can run out on us but what it cannot do is fill it for us. What if we intentionally ...

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[Science Solitaire] The wisdom in the wait

'[We have to] help young people realize that the screen is their slave – a tool – and ...

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[Science Solitaire] Don't forget these things when learning through a screen

'The next normal is not a magical tomorrow that is independent of our actions today or in ...

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[SCIENCE SOLITAIRE] You co-create the next normal: Part 1