New study found that individuals who were inattentive at age 6 had lower earnings in their 30s after taking into consideration their IQ and family adversity. For males only, individuals who were physically aggressive or oppositional (e.g., who refused to share materials or blamed others) had lower annual earnings in their 30s. And males who were prosocial (e.g., who shared or helped) had higher later earnings.
College affirmative action bans may adversely affect the health of underrepresented minority high school students, according to the results of a new study from researchers at Penn Medicine. Between 1996 and 2013, nine US states banned consideration of race and ethnicity in college admissions. A new study in PLOS Medicine shows that the action bans had unanticipated effects, specifically resulting in increased rates of smoking among minority high school students.
Over the past few months, 15 national CanSat Competitions have taken place across Europe and now ESA Education is pleased to announce all the finalist teams who will be attending the European CanSat Competition 2019! A total of 20 student teams from ESA Member States, Canada, Malta and Japan will participate in the launch campaign – the highest number of teams we have ever had! This year's competition will be hosted by Sierrafox Srl and partners in Bologna, Italy from 24 to 28 June.
Ever dreamt of sending an experiment to the edge of space? What about collaborating with experts from national and international space agencies and companies to develop a real space experiment? And how about launching that experiment on a sounding rocket or stratospheric balloon from the Arctic circle?