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

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By Bill Ibelle News at Northeastern For decades, scientists have assumed that the brain circuitry for social behavior has developed over millions of years of evolution...

Our ancestors learnt to smile so that they can have sex

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London--Believe it or not but our forefathers were way smarter than us when it came to wooing the opposite sex for mating. According to...

From One Many: Harvard scientists reveal the genetic roadmap to building an entire organism...

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By Kevin Jiang HMS Communications Whether a worm, a human, or a blue whale, all multicellular life begins as a single-celled egg. From this solitary cell emerges the...

Researchers reveal how cancer cells escape from tumors and spread

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Indian-origin scientist finds dead probiotic that can fix leaky gut

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New York-- A team led by an Indian-origin scientist has identified a dead probiotic that can reduce age-related leaky gut and control harmful, ageing-related...

As brain extracts meaning from vision, study tracks progression of processing

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By David Orenstein Picower Institute for Learning and Memory  Here’s the neuroscience of a neglected banana (and a lot of other things in daily life): Whenever...

In-flight bumpiness set to triple due to climate change

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London--Mid-air turbulence is likely to increase by up to three times in the coming decades due to climate changes, increasing the risk of injuries...

NASA Rover’s images similar to trace fossils on Mars

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London--NASA's Curosity Rover have revealed impressions that look "remarkably similar" to trace fossils on Mars, scientists, including one of Indian-origin has claimed. The first new...

First large-scale study of ancient DNA in sub-Saharan Africa lifts veil on recent prehistory

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By Stephanie Dutchen Harvard Gazette The first large-scale study of ancient human DNA from sub-Saharan Africa opens a long-awaited window into the identity of prehistoric populations...

Clues to how super-agers retain young memories

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