brains

We need to make sure we avoid the terminology of battles even in our own minds because language shapes our experience and the more we talk or even think about battling with our kids the more that will happen. That's how our brains work.
English is necessary. But to what extent? All the way? Just because something is not in every day usage doesn't mean that it is not being used elsewhere and may not one day come in handy for you.
Love carbs? Well now you've got a new and totally brilliant excuse to eat more of them. (Well, the wholegrain stuff, that
I figured, if I really want to make something perfect, the best design in the world, I should exclude the emotions. I'll take a shortcut to perfection by using science instead of taste and personal preference. So if you would say you didn't like it, I could prove you wrong, because science sad so. Wouldn't that be nice?
Around 100 preserved brains, belonging to former inmates of a lunatic asylum, have "gone missing" from the University of
One of the first symptoms of depression is when you can't make any decisions. Choosing which direction to walk is overwhelming, looking at a menu is like going on Mastermind. Eventually your brain gives up, it has no more room, you've scored 'game over' hit your full capacity like an over stuffed hoover bag before it explodes.
State funding is being cut, European universities are dropping down the international rankings and less research is being produced... Many European campuses are in very poor functional and physical condition... the time to act is now.
Scientists have grown rudimentary mini human brains - a stunningly remarkable step towards replicating the most complex structure
Physicists say there is now good evidence that a legion of floating space brains are not spontaneously bursting into existence
A team of scientists at the University of Southern California believe they are two years away from creating a brain implant