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Consent laws keep unvaccinated teens from protecting themselves — Quartz

In some ways, Ethan Lindenberger is like most different youngsters. A highschool senior in Norwalk, Ohio, he runs his faculty’s debate membership, is a member...

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If you only read a few books in 2019, read these — Quartzy

If you’d wish to be jerked round much less, provoked much less, and extra productive and inwardly targeted, the place ought to you begin in 2019? To me, the...

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400 free Ivy League courses you can take online right now — Quartz

That is an up to date model of a narrative Quartz initially revealed in April 2018. The eight Ivy League faculties are among the many most prestigious schools...

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99 of the best positive news stories from 2018 — Quartz

All of these stories first appeared in Future Crunch’s free, fortnightly e mail publication. In the event you’re keen on getting extra news like this in 2019...

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from Kickstarter to sauce-making in China — Quartz

Again in July, I launched a pre-order marketing campaign for my Sichuan Chili Crisp, the primary 100% all-natural Sichuan chili sauce to hit the market. I...

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Exploring the future beyond cyberpunk’s Neon and Noir — Quartzy

“Cyberpunk” has been the go-to imagery of the future for a startlingly very long time—Bruce Bethke’s brief story of that identify is 35 years previous, and...

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IISc Bengaluru once had eight dining halls for different castes — Quartz India

In 1954, Morris Travers, who had been the Indian Institute of Science’s (IISc) first director, wrote to AG Pai, the then registrar. In a letter wanting again...