Before my meeting with controversial neuroscientist and renowned social media cynic Susan Greenfield, I do two things - post a Facebook "check-in" from her base at Oxford University (which attracts five "likes" and a direct message), and mention her ... Newsvine, 5 days ago
Are screens rotting our brains? - BBC, 1 week ago
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Ants are known to be social insects which function as an organised group under one or more queens who preside over an army of sterile female workers, soldiers and slaves. They live in colonies which can have millions as members, including a few ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago Ants make 'job changes' over time: Scientists MSN News, 4 weeks ago Study finds ants change jobs as they age MSN News, 4 weeks ago Tracking Study Discovers Ants Change Careers As... Red Orbit, 1 month ago
Looks like the trend of social networks will never die. While Facebook is for friends, Twitter is for a more general networking and Google+ is st ill struggling to find its audience, a lot of niche social networks are popping up with a very selective audience ...Pluggd in, 1 week ago
08:20, Other Sciences/Social Sciences The researchers reviewed international test scores over a 16-year period. Credit: Shutterstock A report by Oxford University's Centre for Educational Assessment says there is little evidence to support ...PhysOrg.com, 2 weeks ago Research suggests proposals for exam reforms unlikely to drive up standards Blue Print, 2 weeks ago 08.05 - Proposed exam reforms 'unlikely to drive up standards' - OXFORD MyScience, 2 weeks ago
Desjardins, J.A., & Segalowitz, S.J. (2013). The timing and consistency of event-related potential responses when processing faces: Deconstructing the P100-N170 complex using ICA and robust estimation, Journal of Vision, 13(5):22, 1-18. Dimand, ...Noodls, 3 weeks ago
The School of Social Sciences has secured significant new funding for re in the field of childrens social care. This funding (more than £0.5M) comprises three re grants awarded to academics in the School. The first of these is a large, four nation ...MyScience, 1 month ago 'Mean Girls' at college: Social whirl derails many, study finds PhysOrg.com, 1 month ago
Tuskegee University recognizes National Minority Health Month04/09/2013 Community and state leaders support Science and Technology Open House04/08/2013 Alumni raise nearly $500,000 over Founder's Day weekend04/08/2013 Syphilis Study apology event ...Tuskegee University, 1 month ago Tuskegee to host HBCU Summit for first time Tuskegee University, 1 month ago
The much maligned cockroach is more sophisticated, and social, than we thought, according to new research. They hide away, unseen, lurking in dark corners and crevices. When they emerge, they aimlessly scurry and swarm, often around our houses, ...BBC, 22 hours ago
Phillip Griffin graduated high school with honors in 2009, but despite his good grades and interest in math and science, finding a job proved difficult . That's because Griffin, 22, has autism spectrum disorder, a developmental disorder ...ABC News, 1 day ago Autistic People Find Job Niche in Tech ABC News, 1 day ago
At my son's music recital last week, the 4th-graders performed a hand-clapping, footstomping version of Queen's "We will rock you." It was marvelous, but very odd, to hear these children sing out the words: Buddy you're a boy make a big noise ...NPR, 1 week ago
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