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5th August Top 10 STEM News

August 5, 2016 Editor

Our editors pick of this weeks Top 10 STEM News: Desert elephants pass on knowledge — not mutations — to survive Despite reported differences in appearance and behavior, DNA evidence finds that Namibian desert elephants […]

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Top 10 STEM News – 16th July

July 16, 2016 Editor

Cinnamon may aid learning ability Cinnamon is a delicious addition to toast, coffee and breakfast rolls. Eating the tasty household spice also might improve learning ability, according to new study See more Scientists ‘delete’ HIV […]

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Week In STEM-23rd Jan

January 24, 2016 Editor

Why the brain uses so much energy There’s much about the brain we still have to discover, and one of the unanswered questions surrounding this most vital of organs is how it uses up most […]

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Week In STEM-16th Jan

January 16, 2016 Editor

Scientists discover how we play memories in fast forward Neuroscientists have discovered how the brain compresses memories of say, a trip to the market or an entire episode of a TV show, into just a […]

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Week In STEM-5th Dec

December 6, 2015 Editor

Rude behavior spreads like a disease In a series of studies, researchers at the University of Florida demonstrate that being the target of rude behavior, or even simply witnessing rude behavior, induces rudeness. People exposed […]

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