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How memories are REALLY made: Scientists see neurons change in real-time as events are 'recorded' in the brain Study found neurons that fire when people file away experiences This is the first time...
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2015/07/01 16:24
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Human Brain Study Sheds Light on How New Memories are Formed Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNeuron Newswise — In the first study of its kind, UCLA and United Kingdom researchers...
2015/07/01 05:34
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AFPThe biggest immediate losers will be large predators like tigers and lions while creatures domesticated by humans, including house cats, will thrive in the new world. Rome - Never before has a...
2015/07/01 03:39
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We are all familiar with colour and brightness, but there is a third property of light, the 'polarization', which tells us the orientation in which the light waves are oscillating. Dr Shelby Temple,...
2015/07/01 01:32
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Thousands of acres of the countryside have been swallowed up by development in the past few years, new land use maps have revealed. Wetlands were among the areas of landscape which were lost between...
2015/06/30 23:39
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The land cover map, which examines data from 2006 and 2012, is based upon a standardised classification system of 44 land cover and land use classes which are structured in a three tier system that...
2015/06/29 19:39
2015/06/29 19:39
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The warm temperature on a summer's day is often a time for relaxing, but researchers from the University of Leicester have suggested that a 'thermosensory' gene could be responsible for changes in...
2015/06/26 12:09
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Researchers from the University of Leicester are working with the Youth Sport Trust to determine whether a school-based physical activity programme could help provide the key to encouraging adolescent...
2015/06/24 15:55
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Wine, especially the red variety, has been studied extensively over many years with impressive findings suggesting it may promote a longer lifespan, protect against certain cancers, improve mental...
2015/06/23 13:22
2015/06/23 13:22
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Beware! Here be giant RODENTS: Island life transforms mice and rats into supersized monsters, study reveals Rodents living on islands are 17 times more likely to evolve into giants Island rats and...
2015/06/23 12:09
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Image: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire /Associated Press LONDON — Hate crimes are a routine and underreported part of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Britain, a new report published...
2015/06/21 00:12
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Life on Earth is in trouble. That much we know. But how bad have things become – and how fast are events moving? How soon, indeed, before the Earth’s biological treasures are trashed, in what will be...
2015/06/20 06:43
2015/06/20 06:43
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Following the success of the reinterment of Richard III, World Wide Robin Hood Society chairman Bob White looks at what lessons Nottingham can learn. The City of Leicester's success of turning the...
2015/06/18 16:17
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Ancient Dental Plaque Reveals Healthy Eating and Respiratory Irritants 400,000 Years Ago Newswise — New research conducted by archaeologists from the University of York and the Universitat Autònoma...
2015/06/18 13:08
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... First review of its kind to examine and evaluate hypoglycaemic events in the 'real world' type 2 diabetes population · Hypoglycaemia is an issue amongst people with type 2 diabetes, particularly...
2015/06/17 18:07
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A study of the DNA of a handful of rural Normans by a British academic team searching for Viking “roots” has been condemned by anti-racist campaigners and some French academics. They fear that any...
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2015/06/17 10:48
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General News of Wednesday, 17 June 2015 Contrary to media reports that former Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) had resigned his position, Sylvester Mensah has...
2015/06/15 17:35
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Ancient DNA reveals how Europeans became white Analysis of ancient DNA may have revealed how Europeans ‘turned white’ after humans spread out of Africa. Daniel Zadik of the University of Leicester...
2015/06/12 06:43
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Almost one in every 150 babies born in the UK is stillborn or dies soon after birth, figures show. Babies of black or Asian ethnicity had the highest risk of death with rates of 9.8 and 8.8 per 1,000...
2015/06/12 05:29
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The University is continuing to investigate the leak of “The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls,” reclusive author J.D. Salinger’s famous unpublished precursor to “The Catcher in the Rye” stored in the...
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