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I.R. Too (for Paul Dixon)

I.R. Too
(for Paul Dixon)

Rave survivors stand in line for an
Autograph of the non-Fellini, the
Kinked late blooming mondo-mind
Dressed as Isabelle Rossellini. 152 more words


Can scientists really change your memories?

Short of brain-washing people it sounds almost like a sci-fi fantasy. However scientists have succeeded in manipulating the brains of mice, turning fearful recollections into happy ones. 449 more words


Inspectional Services Visits MIT Fraternity After 18-Year-Old Hurt In Fall

BOSTON (CBS) – Two city inspectors paid a visit to an MIT fraternity house near Kenmore Square Tuesday, two days after an 18-year-old woman was hurt in a fall there. 183 more words


Schon mal mit einem Smartphone baden gegangen?

Schon mal mit einem Smartphone baden gegangen?


  • IFA-Highlight: Neues Sony Xperia M2 Aqua exklusiv bei Vodafone
  • Einsteiger-Smartphone mit höchstem Schutz vor Wasser und Staub…
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William Koch: American Business Mogul

William Ingraham “Bill” Koch was born on May 3, 1940 and is a native of Wichita, Kansas. His grandfather, Harry Koch, a Dutch immigrant, settled in the town of Quanah, Texas and founded his own newspaper, the Quanah Tribune Chief. 306 more words


SPEAK OUT! NewsBit . . . . . . . . Changing a Negative Feeling About a Memory

Changing a Negative Feeling About a Memory

This is exciting, but complicated, basic research. Here I simplify the main experiments. Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have identified a neuronal circuit in mice that associates a positive or negative feeling with a memory. 812 more words

Traumatic Brain Injury