How does the brain recognize faces from minimal information?

Via Science Daily : Our brain recognizes objects within milliseconds, even if it only receives rudimentary visual information. Researchers believe that […]

Are high heels bad for your feet?

Via The Guardian : Your ankles, heels and calves can all suffer if you wear high heels a lot. So should […]

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Why Russian and U.S. mosquitoes are so different

Via Futurity : When scientists compared the genomes of urban and suburban mosquitoes in Russia and the United States they found […]

The benefits of a bilingual brain

Via TedEd : Let’s Begin… It’s obvious that knowing more than one language can make certain things easier — like traveling […]

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We’re all getting an extra second on June 30 this year

Via Science Alert : A leap second will be added on June 30, 2015, because the planet is out of sync […]

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Is Higher Education Equipping Young People for the Jobs market?

Via LinkedIn : Globally, 73 million young people are looking for work. Yet, millions of vacancies remain unfilled. In May 2015, […]

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This Girl Grew a 40-Pound Cabbage That Fed 275 Hungry People

Via Country Living : And now she’s launching youth-run gardens across the country. When your kids receive homework from school, chances […]

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Students create self-sanitizing door handle that kills 99.8% of germs

Via Interesting Engineering : We all know everyone should wash their hands after going to the bathroom, before eating and handling […]

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How to turn on Android encryption today

Via PC World : On Thursday Google announced that the next version of Android will have encryption enabled by default, protecting […]

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Liverpool John Moores Named Top Merseyside University

Via Click Liverpool : Liverpool John Moores University is now the highest ranked Merseyside Higher Education Institution in the Guardian’s University […]