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1. learning | 09 Jul 2013
» From the womb to the end of life, the human brain is constantly developing, but never more so than in the early years. Studies suggest the bulk of brain growth and development occurs after birth.
2. learning | 01 Mar 2013
» Creating a "superbrain" of connected minds, scientists on Thursday said they had enabled a rat to help a fellow rodent while the animals were a continent apart.
3. learning | 06 Mar 2013
About technology & innovation
» New Microsoft intelligent whiteboard will take what you draw & write & help you organize it, animate it or simplify it.
4. learning | 18 Dec 2012
About politics & violence
» Attacked & beaten outside his condominium, suffering a skull fracture & brain injury, he can only communicate by eye movement.
5. learning | 18 Oct 2012
» Half of the gold is fake that famous politicians & businessmen gave him years ago for boxing wins. With brain damage now he can't pay medical bills.
6. learning | 28 Apr 2011
» Rapid low-cost treatment free of side-effects, with increased survival rates especially among children, the goal of research at Mahidol University.
7. lifestyle | 25 Nov 2013
» It is said that the human brain operates at 1% of its capacity. Still, this 1% is cluttered with information. The media _ radio, television, the internet, newspaper, journals, films, photos, lectures, speeches, sermons, ...
8. learning | 04 Jun 2013
About computers & gadgets
» Built into eyeglasses & watches, providing everything from GPS maps to your brain waves, wearable computers are the new frontier of computing.
9. learning | 11 Oct 2013
» A cure for Alzheimer's is still a long way off, but scientists are a step closer with the development of a drug that prevents brain cell death in mice.
10. learning | 07 Nov 2012
» A new study finds that humans can sniff out fear and disgust, and that a whiff of either scent can trigger the same emotion in another's brain.