Friday, May 13, 2005


One of the news and web topics I have Google Alerts watching is neuroscience, and an interesting article and website was listed in today's email.

PhysOrg is "online resource, totally dedicated to scientific discussions on physics, including such areas as nano- and quantum physics, applied physics, and semiconductor technology. We also have the news section about the latest scientific achievements in these areas." Wandering around the site, I see many things I would like to read.
A sampling of the stories that caught my eye for later:
High-Tech Robot Skin , Map of life on Earth could be used on Mars, Humans went out of Africa for shellfish but there are many more.

The specific article caught by Google Alerts that caused me to click on the link was "Adult and child brains perform tasks differently" about a recent journal by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis demonstrating the differences age makes to where and how similar information is processed in the brain.

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