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Extreme cold can cause frostbite, hypothermia — even death. Knowing the risks can help keep you safe even when it’s freezing cold.
Maps? Check. Water? Check. Insulating clothes? Check. Here’s the checklist to consult before planning to trek out in the frigid cold.
Hands-on instruction by trial and error is gaining traction. Kids really can learn mightily from their mistakes.
Hands-on learning through trial and error is becoming more popular in schools. The good news: Mistakes can be very helpful.
Biologists now deploy a wide range of technologies to track animals. The data these experts collect reveal insights into the behavior of animals that spend much of their lives out of human eyeshot.
What started as little metal bands have evolved into high-tech devices — some of which rely on satellites to share their findings.