It may be that eyeglasses act as a partial barrier, protecting eyes from the splatter of a cough or sneeze. Another explanation for the finding could be that people who wear glasses are less likely to rub their eyes with contaminated hands. A 2015 report on face touching found that over the course of an hour, students watching a lecture touched their eyes, nose or mouth, on average, about 10 times, though the researchers did not look into whether wearing glasses made a difference. … [Read more...] about Does wearing glasses protect you from coronavirus?
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“We know that if you want to get the best outcomes for the planet, you can’t just bet on the people you already know, and you can’t just bet on the people you’ve already bet on,” says Eric Braverman, CEO of Schmidt Futures. “If you want to be successful at betting on exceptional people who are going to change the world, you have to look for talent early, and you have to look for talent everywhere, and you have to bet over and over again for a long time.” … [Read more...] about Eric and Wendy Schmidt launch global talent corps for teenagers
FF: One thing never changes for us. We always start with the vision, the why. Even before the pandemic, we always made a point of starting with that as part of our design and development process—to get at the heart of any experience and tap into an authentic connection. It’s the kind of experience that inspires repeat visitation and brand loyalty. What’s the story you’re trying to tell? From there we decide how we translate it into heightened experiences for museums, resorts, live events, brand activations, or education. Then we decide what people, actors, and interactions we bring in. If you’re able to answer the why consistently through the design, then you’re onto an experience that has heart and will resonate with your audiences. While we’ve had to adjust our work environments to be more remote, our ability to design, produce, and oversee full productions has remained strong. The fall opening of Masha and the Bear Land of Laughter and … [Read more...] about The future of experiences, according to a theme park designer
“We are passionate about what 28 Too Many are trying to achieve and feel that the campaign highlights the abuse that is taking place in the U.K. and Europe,” O&M senior copywriter Laura Rogers says. Art director on the campaign was Trevallyn Hall and designer Mark Osborne, with executive creative director Gerry Human. … [Read more...] about Mutilated Flags Serve As A Graphic Reminder That The Atrocity Of FGM Happens Everywhere
Less than 1% of materials used to make clothing are currently recycled to make new clothing, a $500 billion annual loss for the fashion industry. The textile industry produces more carbon emissions than the airline and maritime industries combined. And approximately 20% of water pollution across the globe is the result of wastewater from the production and finishing of textiles. … [Read more...] about The $380-billion trend turning fast fashion on its head