The world has changed irreversibly since Tim Berners-Lee invented the world-wide web. The Internet has become a basic tool, used by practically everybody. Imagining the world without the online platforms and content that we have today may be possible for the older generation, including the Millennials, but young people born as Generation Z or younger simply cannot envision their lives without the world-wide web. Since children start using the internet as early as age three, concern for their safety as active participants in the digital world was noted decades ago. So how do we reshape the online world in order to make it safe for the youngest users while keeping in mind their desires and needs?

Did you just land a new, crazy exciting internship abroad? Are you following your love to a foreign country? Have you gotten so fed up with your home city that you have decided to move to another? Migration among young people is on the rise, and the global world itself enables us to move abroad practically overnight. For whatever reason we move to another country, finding new people and beginning to call them friends is never easy. 

A list of Dr. Bin He’s achievements could probably fill a volume. Very briefly put, his major research interests are in the fields of neuro-engineering and biomedical imaging. His educational attainments are many. He serves as Director of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine, Director of the Center for Neuro-engineering, Director of the NSF IGERT Neuro-engineering Training Program, as well as Director of the NIH Neuroimaging Training Program, at the University of Minnesota.

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