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Why getting a degree could be more important than ever
The number of jobs needing a university degree is now higher than those that require no qualifications at all.
How video games can fix a lazy eye
Far from giving you square eyes, video games could be the best way to treat some vision problems.
Do parks make you happy?
People who live near green space in towns and cities are more satisfied in life.
Astronomers discover 'new Earths'
Two planets found 1,200 light years away might be able to support life.
Are social media and mobile phones bad for your studies?
A study finds that the longer a student spends on the internet and texting, the lower their grades.
Did 'hobbits' evolve from early humans?
New research suggests that island living could have shrunk some early humans down to hobbit size.
Why do so many pupils cheat at sport?
Pupils say a ‘pressure to win’ is the main reason two out of three have cheated in school sports.
Should criminal suspects be anonymous?
Two top judges say that suspects in criminal cases shouldn't be named until they are charged.
Can meditating help you pass your exams?
Meditating might not just get you to a higher plane – it could also get you higher grades.
New 'studio schools' announced
13 new 'studio schools' will offer hands-on learning with local employers.
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