New tool can trace and spatially map ‘mosaic’ mutations in the ...

A technique developed at Boston Children’s Hospital allows these subtle mutation patterns to be traced and mapped spatially for the first time. This capability is a significant advance for genetics research and provides a new way to study both the ...

Jan 12

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The Weird Reason It's Hard to Empathise And Be Logical At The Same ...

The strange influence of empathising on the capacity for logical thought.

Jan 2

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Do Opposites Really Attract?

Opposites attract, and likes repel. When it comes to magnetism, this principle is axiomatic. But does it also hold true for romantic relationships? New research suggests that when it comes to matters of the heart, well, it's complicated.

Dec 30

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A Foolproof Way To Use Forgetting To Help You Remember, Study Reveals

When you save information digitally, your real memory for that information is worse, but a new study reveals a positive flipside.

Dec 15

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Left-Handers or Right-Handers: Whose Brains Work Faster?

Is it righties or lefties who earn 10-12% higher salaries?

Dec 11

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Brain Study Uncovers New Clues on How Cues May Affect Memory

A new study from the UT Dallas Center for Vital Longevity shows that the brain activity prior to seeing an item is related to how well it is later remembered.

Dec 4

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What Makes Us Thankful?

New research highlights the key to what makes us feel gratitude. There are lots of psychological benefits to gratitude: Feeling grateful to others can lift your mood. It enhances your feeling of connection to other people. Gratitude can also ...

Dec 4

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