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Proactive new UK research has discovered that modifications to the classroom can improve academic outcomes for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) potentially reducing the...
2015/07/03 14:51
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2015/07/03 10:39
2015/07/03 10:39
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This new composite image combines X-rays from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory (shown in pink) with infrared data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope (shown in red) as well as optical data from the...
2015/07/02 23:40
2015/07/02 23:40
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Researchers from the University of Exeter and Liverpool John Moores University found that 18% of wild banded mongoose pups are fathered by males from rival packs. Banded mongooses are found living in...
2015/07/02 23:38
2015/07/02 23:38
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For 12 years, a partnership between Augustana College and the University of Exeter from the United Kingdom has uncovered the past at Mitchell's Prehistoric Indian Village. "It's a perfect field...
2015/07/02 22:33
2015/07/02 22:33
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When you step outside in the morning, you might hear this, and, while it sounds pretty, it's probably pretty meaningless to you. (Video via YouTube / dry0shi) Researchers listened to this bird, the...
2015/07/02 22:11
2015/07/02 22:11
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Egypt is introducing sweeping new anti-terrorism laws following unprecedented attacks in its lawless Sinai region and growing opposition to a government crackdown on dissent. Government leaders say...
2015/07/02 18:39
2015/07/02 18:39
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French scientists published evidence Thursday of pesticide contamination of lab rat feed which they said discredited historic toxicity studies, though commentators questioned the analysis. Published...
2015/07/02 16:32
2015/07/02 16:32
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Researchers who conducted the study described children with ADHD as being typically restless, acting without thinking and struggling to concentrate - symptoms which can cause problems for them and for...
2015/07/02 15:43
2015/07/02 15:43
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The researchers monitored bird populations across cultivated mango orchards and natural habitats in the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere region in South Africa. They found that replacing a natural habitat...
2015/07/02 14:16
2015/07/02 14:16
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... Scientists have discovered a talent never seen outside of humans in a small Australian bird: the ability to string sounds together to convey different meanings. Essentially, "it's a very basic form...
2015/07/01 15:34
2015/07/01 15:34
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PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete appointed Engineer Edwin Ngonyani the State Mining Corporation's (Stamico) Director General as the corporation's employees were challenged to effectively deliberate on...
2015/06/30 18:06
2015/06/30 18:06
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A group of U.K. researchers are conducting a study to examine the connection between surfers who are exposed to pollution at their home break and antibiotic-resistant bacteria. As part of their...
2015/06/30 12:22
2015/06/30 12:22
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Why a dose of country air is good for you: Tiny doses of POISON released by plants trigger the body's healing mechanisms Scientists suggest new theory for why the countryside makes us feel...
2015/06/30 08:38
2015/06/30 08:38
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Humans dance to same beat globally According to researchers, humans across the world dance to the same beat that enables coordination in social situations and encourages group bonding. A team from...
2015/06/30 03:08
2015/06/30 03:08
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Lose weight by sitting on your couch and playing a video game? It sounds too good to be true, but a couple of UK psychologists claim they have come up with a video game that will train your brain to...
2015/06/29 22:21
2015/06/29 22:21
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Now THAT's world music: People from across the globe enjoy tunes with the same rhythm They found songs from different regions share features including rhythms Believe music is intended to bind...
2015/06/29 15:43
2015/06/29 15:43
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New research from the University of Exeter has shown that the sexually antagonistic gene for resistance to the pesticide DDT, which increases fitness in female flies but simultaneously decreases...
2015/06/27 13:51
2015/06/27 13:51
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A new computerized game could help people control their snacking and lose weight, according to new research. A new study from psychologists at the University of Exeter and Cardiff University shows...
2015/06/26 22:16
2015/06/26 22:16
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... Would you categorize your cat as a cuddly fluffball or a cold-blooded killer? Even if it's not quite the former, it's probably not the latter, a study out of the University of Exeter and Queen Mary...
2015/06/26 12:28
2015/06/26 12:28
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We could be poised for a "graphene-driven industrial revolution" following the discovery of a method to produce the material significantly faster and cheaper than current techniques. Scientists at...
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