NEW DELHI: Google has announced its ‘Camp Google 2020' initiative for kids and their parents to engage in learning experiences together. The program offers an array of activities that combine real-world projects with virtual learning experiences. Google believes that this will help kids acquire digital skills Over the course of two weeks, beginning July 1, there will be five assignments that kids can access on the Camp Google 2020 website, accompanied by a set of instructions that will answer "how-to" questions. Each of these assignments will also include elements that teach kids to stay safe online - guiding them to be good digital citizens. Kids can submit their assignments by July 20. Google will also facilitate virtual sessions by experts in psychology to motivate children. Kids will stand a chance to win prizes, including the opportunity to attend a masterclass with the YouTubers themselves, having their prize-winning entries posted on Google India’s social handles, … [Read more...] about Google announces ‘Camp Google 2020′ to help kids learn digital skills
The layer of sediment containing the grass lies deep within the excavated layers in the cave, close to the bedrock. Researchers have dated two isolated teeth found within the same layer to about 200,000 years ago by measuring how much radiation the tooth enamel had been exposed to. The date ranges for the two teeth are broad, with one slightly older than 200,000, and the other slightly younger. … [Read more...] about World’s oldest camp bedding found in South African cave
Those who have met Deschamps (including this reporter) know her as amazingly warm, bright, and charming. Clinic staff, patients, and even strangers greet her fondly as she rushes past. The need for women to take an increasing role in Haiti’s health care has long been identified as a key to economic development, and after 4 decades of practicing medicine in her native country, Deschamps is seen by many as an icon and a role model. “She is inspiring,” says Sandra Lamarque, head of mission in Haiti for Doctors Without Borders. … [Read more...] about This physician has battled epidemics, quakes, and poverty in Haiti. Now, she’s taking on COVID-19
Having sold all the putrid fragments harvested after the rains, Farmer said he’s hoarding five intact kilograms, out of seven total kilograms he obtained. Some are at home, in the same Ziploc bags they went into the instant he bought them; other pieces are being stored on his behalf at ASU in sealed boxes filled with nitrogen instead of air. Right now, there’s still too much available online and at rock and mineral exhibitions for him to sell his collection. “I have the majority of it in the world, and all pristine,” Farmer says. “Ten, 20 years down the road, when me or my son or somebody opens that box, you’ve got a very important asset there.” … [Read more...] about An unusual meteorite, more valuable than gold, may hold the building blocks of life
What a pleasant surprise Samsung's new Galaxy Buds Live are highly repairable, according to iFixit Samsung’s new bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live wireless earbuds have scored 8/10 on iFixit’s repairability scale, thanks to an easy opening procedure and easily replaceable batteries. … [Read more...] about When will my phone get Android 11?