New Science on How We Learn (w/ Stanislas Dehaene), Why Stores Use Air Curtains, and Desert Microbes that Dissolve Rocks with Acid

Learn about why air curtains blast you with air when you walk into certain stores; microbes that survive in the desert by dissolving rocks with acid; and the latest research into how we learn, with help from renowned cognitive neuroscientist Stanislas Dehaene.

That blast of air when you walk into a business has a name: an air curtain by Grant Currin

Scientists discover microbes that survive in the desert by dissolving rocks with acid by Grant Currin

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