Mothership HackerMoms is the first-ever hackerspace devoted to mothers and their children. Going beyond computers and programming, this community taps into the basic philosophy of hacking, explains Lisha Sterling
An 11-year-old Swedish boy is attracting media attention around the world after helping his father solve a chemistry problem that had stumped him and his colleagues for years and getting his name in the peer-reviewed journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A.
A study from the Stanford University School of Medicine is published this week in Psychological Science showing that children who experience difficulty with math exhibit an altered brain function from anxiety.
Lottolab Studio is the world’s first public perception research space. In collaboration with the Science Museum, our work aims to deepen our understanding of human perception, advance personal and social well-being through perception research that places the public at the centre of the process...
To add to our knowledge about the relationship between bipolar disorder and anxiety, a new study shows that teens with anxiety were more likely to have experienced bipolar symptoms at a younger age than teens without anxiety.
Children involved in bullying — as both a victim and a bully — are three times more likely to have suicidal thoughts by the time they reach 11 years old, according to research from The University of Warwick.