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LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec.
Learning to adapt voice is a trait commonly shared among humans, bats and several bird species, as well as some larger mammals.
UC Irvine scientists have discovered intriguing differences in the brains and mental processes of an extraordinary group of people who can effortlessly recall every moment of their lives since about age 10.
Investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine have shown that removing a matched set of molecules that typically help to regulate the brain's capacity for forming and eliminating connections between nerve cells could substantially aid recovery from stroke even days after the event.
For worms, choosing when to search for a new dinner spot depends on many factors, both internal and external: how hungry they are, for example, how much oxygen is in the air, and how many other worms are around.
The First of Three Scheduled 2011 Virtual Events, Slated for Monday through Tuesday March 21-22 Yorba Linda, CA (PRWEB) March 4, 2011 BioConference Live, a leading web destination for online-only events for the Life Science and Clinical Diagnostics markets, today announced several speakers and sponsors for the upcoming BioConference Live Spring Life Sciences to take place Monday March 21st and Tuesday March 22nd 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST.
You wouldn't want a car with no brakes. It turns out that the developing brain needs them, too.
Tokyo, Oct. 8 (Jiji Press)--Osamu Shimomura, professor emeritus at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole in the U.S.
- The act of sweetening by admixture of some saccharine substance.