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Researchers speculate that hormonal imbalances might create geniuses

The discussion about whether genius is a byproduct of good genes or good environment may take an entirely new direction, say Canadian researchers who contend that hormonal influences in the womb may play an important role in creating intellectually gifted individuals. University of Alberta researcher Marty Mrazik has linked giftedness (having an IQ score of […]

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Evidence of “Memory” In Molecular Interactions

Evidence has been uncovered that some molecular interactions on cell surfaces may have a “memory” that affects their future interactions. The intriguing new findings, reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences could lead to a re-examination of previous results from single-molecule research. In the past, researchers using sequentially repeated tests to obtain […]

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Novel Robot Will Be “Dynamic And Graceful,” Says Prof

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have put together a new type of robot – dubbed “Ballbot” – that balances and moves on a single large ball, rather than legs or wheels. Created by Carnegie robotics boffin Ralph Hollis, Ballbot is a self-contained, battery-operated, omnidirectional robot that balances dynamically on a single urethane-coated metal sphere. Ballbot […]

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