News and Video Production Class Final Project
Certain types of video games can help to train the brain to become more agile and improve strategic thinking. Isn't it a good news??
Scientists from Kiel University study ladybirds’ feet
Jazz trombonist, pianist and composer Thomas Green has jumped straight into a new creative project after graduating with a Master of Arts postgraduate degree from the Academy last month.
Researchers at Birkbeck, University of London, have been awarded a Leverhulme Trust research project grant of £112,000 to explore how children process information from faces.
One of the main goals of the recently closed competition “Paths of Copernicus” was to open the world of science to young people.
Annually published by the OECD, "Education at a Glance" provides an international perspective on questions of educational policy. The results offer guidance in evaluating the development of Germany's education system and in the further development reform strategies.
A delegation of SOAS students recently participated in the second New York Forum, which was held in Libreville, Gabon.
Obtaining free electricity for your home is possible with the water column energy conversion device patented by Kielce University of Technology. Even a small river is sufficient for the invention to work.
Scientists have identified the genetic cause of a rare skin condition that causes the hands and feet to turn white and spongy when exposed to water.
Researchers at UCL will play a major role in an international science project to examine the role of zinc in public health and well-being.
Northumbria University is playing a leading role in launching the first ever national online survey into how the First World War is being taught in English schools.
A student who has suffered from acute asthma since he was a child has developed an inhaler which signals whether a user has taken the right dosage.
Testing women for the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) first, instead of the traditional cervical screening test to detect abnormal cells in the cervix, could prevent around 600 cases of cervical cancer a year in England according to new research from Queen Mary, University of London.
A faith in the explanatory and revealing power of science increases in the face of stress or anxiety, a study by Oxford University psychologists suggests.The researchers argue that a ‘belief in science’ may help non-religious people deal with adversity by offering comfort and reassurance, as has been reported previously for religious belief.
A unique child-led study by Queen Mary, University of London has challenged the common perception that children fear a trip to the dentist. The research shows that even the most anxious child can cope well with their feelings if they are treated with honesty.
Why study a postgraduate course at Middlesex?
Was it associated with the German colonization in the thirteenth century, or had the Piast developed these centres several hundred years earlier? Prof. Zbyszko Górczak of the Institute of History, A. Mickiewicz University in Poznań, presents contemporary position of Polish historiography.
Thinking of disgusting, immoral behaviour of another person causes a need to physically clean up in many people. We can find release in buying cleaning products, washing hands or taking a bath, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University School of Social Sciences and Humanities in Sopot.
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