Science News Archive - March 08, 2008
A sixth-century copper factory, medieval kitchens still stocked with pots and pans, and remains of Renaissance palaces are among the finds unveiled Friday by archaeologists digging up Rome in preparation for a new subway line.
A group of researchers has developed a novel way to view the world through the eyes of a common fly and partially decode the insectâ€™s reactions to changes in the world around it. The research fundamentally alters earlier beliefs about how neural networks function.
The powerful, unintentional, mechanism of implicit learning is related to our non-conscious wanting and works towards attaining our non-conscious goals.