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Will this be in the exam, Miss?

As the UK suggests scrapping “pointless” GSCEs and reviewing post-16 education, we debate whether deep learning could be the solution.

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Will this be in the exam, Miss?

The most important question in many students’ minds, whether at school, college or university: will this be in the exam? We have all had the experience of studiously...

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He has been awarded the George Cross for his part in rescuing the Thai football team in the Tham Luang cave

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With her colleague Gérard Mourou, Donna found a way to stretch and compress lasers to produce short, intense pulses that have many practical uses, including in delicate surgeries to fix problems with vision

She is the third woman in history to win the Nobel Prize in Physics

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