Get your own Nobel Prize!
Perhaps you didn't know, but Nobel Prizes were inspired by Alfred Nobel reading his own obituary. Instead of wanting to be remembered as a 'merchant of death', as the inventor of dynamite was known in his time, he wanted to do something to encourage scientists and artists to improve the world.
So in this spirit of self-improvement, we would like to help you on your way to earn yourself a Nobel Prize with these wonderful apps that will help you get started in the different fields.
The best place to start learning about economics is at home. So track your own spending, make sure you don’t get taken advantage of and teach your kids the value of money.
Listen, we know physics is a wide field. So let’s start with the basics: maths. Once you have that done, the sky is the limit. Though, really, why stop at the sky? Let’s go into space!
Much like any subject, the best way to start learning about something is to make it about yourself. And what’s more ‘yourself’ than your… well, yourself? Check out every bone, muscle and organ in your body.
‘Write about what you know’ is a common, but honestly, terrible piece of advice given to writers. So step out of your comfort zone, read a bit about other people’s lives. Then get yourself a good writing app and go for it. Not really working out? Check out a writing course to get you on track.
Of course, chemistry is about more than mixing coloured liquids and seeing cool reactions happening. So start with the basics, but branch out to other places. Like the kitchen! And hey, even if you came here to look for a different kind of chemistry, we’ve got you covered.