When you think of the most famous cellists of our time, cello masters like Yo-Yo Ma come to mind. But back in late January, an unexpected clip from a 2018 performance skyrocketed on Reddit’s r/toptalent that shared the prowess of Brannon Cho. The post was titled “Brannon Cho playing Prokofiev’s Sinfonia Concertante, arguably the hardest cello piece ever.
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London-based CGI artist Markos Kay focuses his work on complex scientific theories and visualizations.
The declining populations of pollinators across the globe are of great concern.
One of the many advantages of getting older is the prospect of retirement. Relaxing after years of hard work sounds well-deserved, and being able to take advantage of decades of savings sounds tranquil. But when, exactly, should you retire? The typical age ranges across the globe from the early to late 60s, and with life expectancy ranging upwards to the mid-80s worldwide, it makes sense to relish in many years of not working.
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Motivational speaker Oliver James was left functionally illiterate after the education system failed him. The infectiously joyful James turned to #BookTok, a supportive community on TikTok, to bolster him through his journey of learning how to read. Now with thousands of encouraging followers, he’s chipping away at his goal of 100 books and learning how to manage his mental health.
Oksana Bratseiko, a 29-year-old wedding planner, has been working in Ukraine’s wedding industry for seven years.
Teachers are often undervalued and deserve a lot more credit for helping to uplift children.
On May 31, 1999, sisters Vanja Contino and Ayda Zugay were on a plane from Amsterdam to Minnesota, terrified and fleeing the civil war in the former Yugoslavia. They were only 17 and 11 at the time, respectively. Looking back, they remember the intense fear they felt, but the two also recall the kindness of a woman sitting next to them who forever changed their lives.
For over a decade, Boston Dynamics’ YouTube channel has been revealing science marvels in innocuous, playful ways.
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