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Scientists uncover clue to preventing, and possibly reversing, rare childhood genetic disease

Robin Lally EurekAlert Findings may have wider implications for other neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. Rutgers scientists think they have found a way to prevent and possibly reverse the most debilitating symptoms of a rare, progressive childhood degenerative disease that … Continue reading

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Reasoning, Learning, and Creativity: Frontal Lobe Function and Human Decision-Making

Anne Collins & Etienne Koechlin PLoS Biology Abstract The frontal lobes subserve decision-making and executive control—that is, the selection and coordination of goal-directed behaviors. Current models of frontal executive function, however, do not explain human decision-making in everyday environments featuring … Continue reading

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UK government and nuclear industry email correspondence after the Fukushima accident

Source: Guardian Emails released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal the level of coordination between government departments and the nuclear industry during the Fukushima crisis Read More: UK government and nuclear industry email correspondence after the Fukushima accident

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Gates to U.N.: World must help poor farmers more

USA Today ROME (AP) – Bill Gates pressed U.N. food agencies on Thursday to become more efficient in helping poor farmers and to set up a kind of accountability “report card” system for countries receiving aid, as he announced nearly … Continue reading

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Ambiguity in the English Language

An ambiguous statement in English followed by a question with a linguistic analysis. STATEMENT: Security spotted a man with binoculars last week. QUESTION: Did security use binoculars to find the man? The analysis of the sentence divides the words into … Continue reading

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