Students tackled a variety of challenges, including; "What is happiness and how do we get it?", "Can money buy you happiness?", "How can Birmingham become a "cycling city"?", "Does music make people feel better?", "Do fluctuations in an individual's weight occur during exams?", "Do people care about public art?", "What are the prospects for, and what will be the impact of, discovering life elsewhere in the Universe?", "Does technology pose a threat to, or offer an opportunity for, social well-being?"
Can money buy you happiness?
How can Birmingham become a "cycling city"?
Does music make people feel better?
Do people care about public art?
Does technology pose a threat to, or offer...
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