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How does the bilingual brain work? Cognitive neuroscientists discover more

How does the bilingual brain work? Cognitive neuroscientists discover more

Cognitive neuroscientists have found out more about how the bilingual brains works, according to a new research paper published in the journal Proceedings of the...
The Dream Chemistry Award: rewarding ambitious chemistry ideas

The Dream Chemistry Award: rewarding ambitious chemistry ideas

The Dream Chemistry Award is being offered by the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (ICHF), for ambitious research projects. The...
Should the government regulate digital currencies?

Should the government regulate digital currencies?

The UK government's Digital Currencies Inquiry is currently open, and is assessing whether they should regulate digital currencies. The inquiry will cover the topic of whether...
The galaxy's turbulence: why stars are still rippling from a near collision

The galaxy’s turbulence: why stars are still rippling from a near collision

The European Space Agency (ESA) Gaia mission has shown the galaxy's turbulence. The Milky Way is still affected by a near collision that made...
Developing autonomous marine systems

Marine robotics: developing autonomous marine systems

Dr Mae Seto, the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems, is working on intelligent autonomous marine systems, unmanned ships, shipboard intelligent...
eQuoo: the digital mental health app that improves emotional fitness

eQuoo: the digital mental health app that improves emotional fitness

How can a digital mental health app improve your emotional fitness? PsycApps, the company who have launched an emotional fitness game, explain the benefits of using...
The Arctic heavy fuel oil ban: why the Greenland Government backs it

The Arctic heavy fuel oil ban: why the Greenland Government backs it

The Greenland Government has backed the Arctic heavy fuel oil ban proposed by the Clean Arctic Alliance. The Greenland Government has backed the Clean Arctic...
The first particle tracks have been seen by CERN's neutrino detector

The first particle tracks have been seen by CERN’s neutrino detector

CERN's neutrino detector has just recorded its first particle tracks, which is a significant breakthrough in the International Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). The first...
Sara Montagner discovers the epigenetic modifications of mast cells

Sara Montagner discovers the epigenetic modifications of mast cells

The biologist Sara Montagner has won the Marie Heim-Vögtlin Prize 2018 for her discovery about the epigenetic modifications of DNA which are essential for the function...
How Artificial Intelligence detects fake reviews

How Artificial Intelligence detects fake reviews

Artificial Intelligence detects fake reviews that pose a threat to consumers, according to a new research study. The researchers have found that fake product and...

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