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How we tune out distractions

By Anne Trafton MIT News Office  Imagine trying to focus on a friend’s voice at a noisy party, or blocking out the phone conversation of the...

What if people from different cultures and economic backgrounds have different brain wiring?

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Poaching pushes anteaters to near extinction as environment ministry shuts its eye

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Trees too go to sleep at night

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Museum of Science to honor the Deshpande Foundation and Google on April 14

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Harvard’s Musunuru and five other Indian-Americans among early-career scientists honored by President Obama

By INE Wire CANBRIDGE, MA--President Obama has named 106 researchers, including six of Indian origin, as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists...

Clues to how super-agers retain young memories

By Harvard Gazette Some loss of memory is usually considered an inevitable part of aging, but new research reveals how some people appear...

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