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Groningen, Netherlands - Views - Google Maps

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How to Cure Cancer

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To Help Students Learn, Engage the Emotions

One year, during a period of significant racial and ethnic tension at the school, she struggled to engage her students in a unit on human evolution. After days of apathy and outright resistance to Ms. Immordino-Yang’s teaching, a student finally asked the question that altered her teaching — and her career path — forever: “Why are early hominids always shown with dark skin?” With that question, one that connected the abstract concepts of human evolution and the very concrete, personal experiences of racial tension in the school, her students’ resistance gave way to interest.

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A Macro Timelapse Highlights the Micro Movements of Spectacularly Colored Coral

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A neuroscientist says there’s a powerful benefit to exercise that is rarely discussed

Memory structures our identity; it’s the foundation of consciousness. Our past and current selves, emotions, and experiences, are linked together thanks to memory. Which is why a study that rewrites scientists’ understanding of how memory works is so intriguing and potentially transformative. It’s long been known that different areas of the brain have different functions when it comes to storing memories. The hippocampus stores short-term memories while the prefrontal cortex stores long-term memories. But for decades, neuroscientists believed that short-term memories were transferred from the hippocampus to the prefrontal cortex, where they became long-term memories, slowly over time. The researchers, led by Takashi Kitamura, created a memory in mice by giving them an electric shock. Security Check Required. Hartstichting - Kun jij reanimeren? Meld je dan nu aan als... Facebook. Electronic resources login page - University of Groningen Library. Tech Insider. Www.npo.nl. Machine intelligence makes human morals more important.

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