HOPE in a World of Change | Opinion

Faye Kyzer

So many of us are looking at much of the world differently these days as we confront a number of fundamental changes and pressures we have never faced before.

Of course, the pandemic has affected so much of our day-to-day lives. Things we used to take for granted, like a

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Business, government, multilateral agency and UN leaders commit to connecting children and young people to the internet by 2030 – World

Faye Kyzer

As half the world’s population remain unconnected, a virtual ‘Generation Unlimited’ event calls for urgent action and investment to bridge the digital divide and scale-up digital learning and skilling opportunities

NEW YORK, 1 September 2020 – Government leaders, business executives and heads of United Nations organizations and multilateral agencies renewed

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Slow internet plagues regional artists, as art world moves online during COVID-19 lockdown

Faye Kyzer

When COVID-19 altered the known landscape, regional artists found themselves in uncharted territory that required some seriously creative navigating.

Suddenly, every gallery, music venue and dance studio was closed, and every writers’ festival was cancelled or postponed.

Artists of all ilks were unable to collaborate with their peers, network professionally,

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Dwarf planet Ceres is an ocean world

Faye Kyzer

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Scientists considered Pluto to be a planet when it was discovered, but it later became the first dwarf planet. It’s not the closest one to Earth, though. Ceres is a dwarf planet and the largest object in the Great Asteroid Belt, and it has a new distinction today: ocean world.

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The coldest computers in the world

Faye Kyzer

University of Strathclyde neutral atoms experimentImage copyright
Jack Hao Yang

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Scientists can trap atoms with lasers in experiments like this one at the University of Strathclyde

Imagine the US is under attack. An enemy aircraft, loaded with warheads, is heading towards the coast, dipping in and out of radar. Fighter jets have been

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