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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Sep. 25, 2015) Students at the University of Lublin are able to feel what their patients feel with the help of special suits and a simulation centre to prepare them for medical practice. Jim Drury reports.
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Howdini (Oct. 24, 2013) Do you sometimes feel that it's his world, and you're just vacuuming in it? Here's how to get what you want from your partner, according to Terrence Real, author of The New Rules of ... watch video
Newsy (Oct. 25, 2015) If you hate the sound of someone eating, you could have misophonia. It's an aversion to certain sounds and it could mean you're a creative genius.
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Feb. 11, 2016 New research shows consistent gender bias among male biology undergraduate students, suggesting that they could be undermining the confidence of female students as they embark on studies in STEM ... read more
Feb. 11, 2016 How is climate change being taught in American schools? Is it being taught at all? And how are teachers addressing climate change denial in their classrooms, schools, and school districts? Until ... read more
Feb. 11, 2016 What makes some words easier to learn than others? Researchers found that ideophones — words that sound like what they mean — are easier to learn than regular words. This suggests that some of ... read more
Feb. 11, 2016 New research highlights the neuroprotective potential of a peptide developed at the university, and the marked difference in nerve cell communication in male and female mice. If researchers come to ... read more
Feb. 11, 2016 A man’s attachment style - a personality trait reflecting his romantic relationship tendencies - may actually influence his perceptions of whether a woman is interested in him sexually, new ... read more
June 26, 2013 The appearance of cutlery can affect perception of a food's taste, a new study finds. Food tastes saltier when eaten from a knife, and denser and more expensive from a light plastic spoon. Taste ... read more
July 7, 2011 Materials scientists have demonstrated that the more widely and uniformly dispersed nanoscale plates of clay are in a polymer, the more fire protection the nanocomposite material ... read more