Coconut Oil Treated With Enzymes May Prevent Tooth Decay Coconut oil may be the latest craze in the foodiesphere, but it could also function to prevent cavities, a new study suggests. Researchers from the Athlone Institute of Technology in Ireland found that enzyme-treated coconut oil -- similar to what would happen to coconut oil after it's been digested -- was able to stop the growth of cavity-causing bacteria. The finding, presented at the Society for General Microbiology's autumn conference, could lead to a new approach to dental care products, study researcher Dr. Damien Brady said in a statement.
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The Parlour at FG Press Last month, the startup community in KY was fortunate to have entrepreneur turned investor Brad Feld visit. Brad has been instrumental in building the startup community in Boulder, CO. He is a partner at a VC firm called Foundry Group and is a co-founder of TechStars. Brad spent 3 days in the commonwealth giving several talks about building successful startup communities, hanging out with local entrepreneurs, and mentoring some local startups. Brad gave a total of 5 talks during his visit to KY. Below are videos of each of his talks:
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Google Apps and Chromebooks for Special Education and Special Needs Chromebooks and Google Apps are excellent assistive technology (AT) that help students with special needs access curriculum and information. Google Apps and Extensions in the Chrome Web Store provide many supports to students with learning challenges. Chromebooks allow students to access curriculum while avoiding their triggers.
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10 ways to teach creativity in the classroom Education expert Sir Ken Robinson notes that in the factories of the 20th century, creativity was not valued. Yet in the startups of the 21st century, it’s critical for success. What can teachers do — right now — to prepare students for the world of the future?