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02/01/2010 19:00:24

By Liz Seward Science reporter, Festival of Science, York Humans and other apes find yawning infectious. Yawning may reveal more about a person than their boredom  A "Contagious yawning is a very interesting Eyes have it. Recent neuro-imaging has shown that the same area of the brain is involved when Each student was shown to an The results showed that those who had Catriona Morrison said: "We tho

02/01/2010 18:57:52

By Daily Mail Reporter 16th March 2009 Using 'Miss' and 'Mrs' has been banned by leaders of the European Union because they are not considered politically correct. Brussels bureaucrats have decided the words are The booklet warns European politicians they must avoid referring to a woman's This also means Madame and Mademoiselle, Frau and Fraulein and Senora and Senorita are banned. 'Political corr

02/01/2010 18:52:26

Men really do have an excuse for  A Canadian study The McGill University study appears in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers focused on an enzyme called Caspase-12, which is known to put a They worked on Since the experiments were Their work Dr Lesley Knapp, of the University of Cambridge, said there was a Women 'fight off 

02/01/2010 18:51:17

Matt Kaplan for National Geographic News May 21, 2009 Let's hope global warming doesn't go to 11. Now that According to a new study, it's now possible to hear the rise of global warming in the form of more, larger, more intense storms—signs of climate change, many scientists say. For But now some experts are electronically filtering out the quakes—and turning up the volume on the storm waves. The

02/01/2010 18:49:52

By Volker Ahlemeyer Internal Communications Adviser 1 June 2009 A "We met a number of companies in Turkey last year to learn more about their projects,' explains Nandita Parshad, Director, Power and Energy team. "Zorlu Energy's In "Two banks were supposed to provide loans, but they could not complete the financing on their own,' says Ms Parshad. International financial institutions (IFI) Two for t

02/01/2010 18:42:28

Kate Ravilious for National Geographic News May 8, 2009 The "There is so much light that people Dangers of 24-Hour Living Across Greenland, a "People live their lives differently during the Arctic summer. Farmers Too Much Sunshine 

02/01/2010 18:41:44

The History of Father's Day By Beverly Hernandez, The United States is one of the few countries in the world that has an official day on which fathers are The origin of Father's Day is not clear. Some say that it began with a church service in West Virginia in 1908. Others say the first Father's Day ceremony was held in Vancouver, Washington. The president of the Chicago when the first t

02/01/2010 16:49:03

By: Andy Pipes 26/05/09 at 5:01 pm Recently, Channel 4 Some top-line Yet despite living such a 'connected' life, kids these days still find technology a These activities seem to be making up for not spending as much physical time with their friends as they'd like - which seems to be most of the time. On the weekends, when typical young adults have the most free time, they are still spending more t

02/01/2010 16:37:55

Animals may use sounds to communicate but talking is uniquely human. Yet  Talking is something most people do with such ease. We Yet a complex sequence of thoughts, movements and actions lie behind each and every word we utter. And as adults, we speak 15,000 words every day. So where does language come from, how did this ability One scientist trying to unlock the secret of speech is Professor Sim