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Forget-Me-Not: Music Can Help Bring Back Memories in Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients

Dec 17, 2019 AM EST Your brain part, which is responsible for ASMR, catalogs music and seems to be a stronghold against Alzheimer's and Dementia. It is fair to say that music affects people in particular ways.


Archaeologists ‘Puzzled’ by 2,000-year-old Items Found in Pompeii Basement

Dec 17, 2019 AM EST After uncovering 2,000-year-old finds in a basement in the ancient Roman town of Pompeii, archaeologists were still left puzzled.


A New Era of Readership: How Literature and Publishing Changed in the 21st Century

Dec 17, 2019 AM EST People search for beautiful books when they set up their digital devices and readers are discovering new ways into understanding literary texts.


Genetic Engineering Jobs for Gene Editing and Cell Therapy will Increase until 2026

Dec 17, 2019 AM EST Genetic engineers were ranked by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics as one of its top 20 fastest growing work sectors.


Trivia: The Real History of How the Dollar Symbol Came to Being

Dec 13, 2019 AM EST Spanish coinage is the most widely accepted theory. As historians tell us, it has often been shortened to the initial' P' with a 'S' hovering in superscript next to it.


Hot Job: Blockchain Developers in the US Earn Up to $158,000 Annually

Dec 13, 2019 AM EST Blockchain developers now face heavy demand according to online job search engine

Green Building

New Job Sector for ‘Green Building’ Construction is On the Rise

Dec 13, 2019 AM EST The growing demand for green buildings is likely to result in entirely new employment. An eco-friendly construction boom is creating a massive potential job sector.

Can a loan help you pay for books?

Can a loan help you pay for books?

Dec 12, 2019 AM EST Navigating the financial aspects of attending a university can be challenging. To secure tuition, room, and board, you and your family will find yourself exploring the world of scholarships, student ...


Gender Gap Study Reveals Boys Best Girls in the Field of Mathematics

Dec 13, 2019 AM EST The gender gap continues to be stubbornly constant in math-related subjects. Much fewer women choose to pursue potentially lucrative careers in math.


16-year-old Genius Has IQ Score Higher than Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, and Albert Einstein

Dec 12, 2019 AM EST In his IQ test, a young student, Ramarni Wilfred scored 162 – higher than genius physicist Stephen Hawking, Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, and legendary scientist Albert Einstein.

James Maxwell

19th Century Scientist James Clerk Maxwell Helps New Scientists Discover Peculiar Light Waves

Dec 10, 2019 AM EST Researchers have discovered a previously unknown type of light wave based on the pioneering work of a Scottish scientist from the 19th century.

English Language

Shin Receives Funding to Strengthen English-language Education in Uzbekistan

Dec 09, 2019 AM EST Joan Kang Shin, Associate Professor, APTDIE, TCLDEL, CIE, College of Education and Human Development, received $575,444 from the U.S. Department of State for a project aimed at strengthening English ...

Man Deep in Thought

Controlling Attention with Brain Waves

Dec 05, 2019 AM EST Study shows that people can boost attention by manipulating their own alpha brain waves


Sussex University Student Wins Award for Inventing Biodegradable Plastic Made from Fish Waste

Dec 05, 2019 AM EST Lucy Hughes, a student at Sussex University, has been announced as the winner of the international James Dyson Award this year for inventing a bioplastic from fish waste.

Ancient Greek Statues and Their True Meanings

4 Ancient Greek Statues and The True Meaning Behind Each One of Them

Dec 04, 2019 AM EST Ancient Greek Statues and Their True Meanings. Greek statues, original or replica, can be found anywhere in the world. But do you even know the story behind it? ...

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