The Ums and Ahs of Learning
In NewsFlash this week, how ums and ahs can boost a baby's learning power, how mankind talked his way out of Africa, and how life on land evolved earlier than we thought. Plus, how scientists are viewing schizophrenia in a Petri dish and an insight into how a rider-less bicycle remains upright.
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Parents who "um" and "er" in front of their children are in fact likely to be boosting their offspring's mastery of language.
Researchers have found evidence to suggest that life evolved on land much earlier than previously thought...
Scientists at the University of Auckland have added another layer of complexity to the 'Out of Africa' hypothesis...
A team working in the USA and Holland have this week come one step closer to working out how a rider-less bicycle remains upright...
Scientists have found a new way to gain a fresh insight into the disease by propagating patient's own nerve cells in a culture dish...