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Researcher explores cultivating creative climates

The theory of relativity, the discovery of radioactivity, the rise of American Modernist art, the Apple iPhone—each of these innovations are largely considered to be some of the greatest breakthroughs made by geniuses in their respective fields. But, according to William & Mary Professor of Education KH Kim, it doesn't take a rocket scientist, an art prodigy or a tech wizard to dream up game-changing concepts like these.
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