neuroscience education

Can the application of neuroscience to education be studied while maintaining every aspect of the scientific method used in neuroscience? Or, even more simply, can neuroscience be applied to education?
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Text - food and population increase

These are just a few examples of how an increase in the generation of energy and food, per se, might not address the needs of the population which is in fact still growing.
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microplastics article

Microplastics constitute one of the main challenges facing environmental and conservation policy agendas.
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nature in the city

Integrating nature into the city is still a pending matter: the presence of trees in our urban environment still has much room for improvement.
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literary journeys moon

Centuries before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon, several fictional characters had already set foot on it. In the absence of any real means to do so, literature made the journey easier.
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university students climate change communication

Researcher Max Boykoff has just published the book Creative (Climate) Communications. In this text, he offers some key ideas he discusses in depth in his new publication.
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Since Mètode's first issue appeared in 1992, the journal has become a benchmark within the publications devoted to the communication and dissemination of science.
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Jorge Wagensberg felt as an alien – an intruder – in a world that has lost the taste for slow and reasoned conversation. A society in which humans, trapped by fear of the future, uncertainty and volatility, too often renounce to become what we are.
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The active ingredient of curare, a poison used by the Amazon tribes, became for years a vital drug in surgery and to treat illnesses that involved muscle pains and contractions.
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Just by using a small part of the trail that we leave on the Internet, one can elaborate a sufficiently approximate profile.
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cones

Artisan ice cream production is the result of the balanced contribution of many fields of science and requires in-depth knowledge in food science, mathematics, chemistry, physics, or nutrition.
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Solar orbiter

The ESA Solar Orbiter will be launched into space in 2020 and it will get very close to our star.
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Atonement

The way cinema has represented nurses has varied over time: from the clothing itself to the relationships with patients and other health personnel.
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Described as marine and animal, sweet and dense, musky and earthy, the ambergris’ scent has captivated humans for generations.
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Recognising our reflection in a mirror is fundamental to everyone, although, rather than being something which is automatic from birth, it is something we learn as part of a process,

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La recerca ha de poder discriminar els veritables efectes dels tractaments d’aquells atribuïbles a la natura mateixa o a l’efecte placebo.
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estèvia

Sweet is more than a flavour. It is a world of nuances and aromas, a range of sensations and experiences linked to the pleasures of the table. «Sweeter than honey», that is what the poets sang in passionate verses, knowing that there was no better delight than sweetness on your lips.
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GUAYACO-METODE-web

L'única manera d'explicar l'estrany cas del guaiac és recórrer a la campanya de publicitat que va promoure la família Fugger per a fomentar-ne l'ús.
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mosquit-tigre-1

We have created a globalized society, but it is not only human populations that are increasingly interconnected. The movement of invasive species and disease vectors along our expanding routes of

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Author disclaimer: this article contains a considerable amount of spoilers   THE SERIES PHENOMENOn The twenty-first century brings an unprecedented narrative and visual phenomenon with millions of viewers all around the world: TV

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The forests and their trees are one of the most important cultural symbols of humanity. Consequently, most civilisations have appropriated them with care, consideration and respect.
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  One of the most fascinating archaeological evidence of ancient use of Mediterranean mountains are snow pits, also called snow storehouses or snowdrifts. Scattered throughout the Iberian Peninsula, snow pits have become

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Angelica-Dass

  Wade's case Nicholas Wade, former editor of prestigious journals such as Science and Nature, and writer in the science section of The New York Times for many years, caused much controversy

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When we use mobile phones, listen to the radio, use the remote control, watch TV or heat up food in the microwave, we may not know James Clerk Maxwell is

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