Having excellent autobiographical memory could be a result of your brain being structured differently. [Image Credit: flickr.com/digitalshotgun]

Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory is different from ordinary good memory, and has been linked to a difference in the structure of the brain.

Read More

 

The brain is not very objective in its decision making. [Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons]

Recent experiments by researchers at Columbia University and New York University are showing that recognizing a familiar object versus creating a new memory is influenced by incidents prior to the decision, i.e. prior incidents bias our brain either towards forming a new memory or towards recalling an existing one.

Read More

 

[Image Credit: http://www.public-domain-image.com/animals/reptiles/snake/slides/snake-reptile.html]

A fossil of an ancient snake has been discovered which tells us that snakes evolved on land. This is the most primitive snake discovered till date.

Read More

 

Phenotype Model

Stanford University researchers have published the world’s first complete computer model of an organism.

Read More

 

[Image Credit: Getty Images]

There are cells in our skin that can respond to the time of the day and regulate the function of the skin.

Read More

 

Juvenile Gnathiids

A recent study has resulted in the discovery of a new coral reef species which was named after the late reggae legend, Bob Marley.

Read More

 

MRI of Sun

A team of researchers from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and its Department of Physics, Princeton University, the Max Planck Institute, and NASA have created an “MRI” of the sun’s interior motions.

Read More

 

P3060144

Research presented to the Society for Experimental Biology used street athletes to measure different modes of navigating a forest.

Read More

 

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN