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Everyone gets stressed. Many of us find that listening to our favorite song usually brightens up our mood. Scientists wanted to study whether music can actually affect stress levels in the body.
How much has the human brain changed from the brains of our ancient ancestors? Evolutionary psychologists think that the modern human brain has not changed much over the past 50,000 years, but other scientists disagree.
Everyone should have an opportunity to learn how we use minerals in our lives and where they come from, what modern mining really is and which professional opportunities it offers. Our outreach programs provide resources and programming for K-12 and college-level groups to discover the exciting world of mineral resources.
Explore how we use copper to connect to each other in this educational video for 3rd to 7th graders.
A very special mineral resource helps game systems to work no matter what climate they are in.
Discover how one of the minerals found in the food we eat provides us with the electrolytes we need to survive.
Did you ever wonder why the black part that writes is called “lead?”
The colors in fireworks are made by burning different elements obtained from minerals we mine.
Minerals help you show the world the “me” you want the world to see.
It takes many different mineral resources to make an electronic device.
We have Julia Potter who is a Geological Engineer at Call & Nicholas Inc. We invite you to watch our video to learn more about Julia’s field of work and her experience as a woman in the field!
We hope you enjoy hearing about Stefanie Orhiuela’s career and experiences within the mining industry.