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10 Incredible Pieces of Research from Summer 2013

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A succinct insight into some of the most incredible research that has been published in the summer of 2013. From mind control to synthetic burgers, it's all there. Follow the hyperlinks to find out …

A succinct insight into some of the most incredible research that has been published in the summer of 2013. From mind control to synthetic burgers, it's all there. Follow the hyperlinks to find out more.

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  • 1. 10 Incredible Pieces of Research from SUmmer 2013
  • 2. A team at the university of colorado boulder have developed a way of using sunlight to efficiently split water into hydrogen and oxygen, paving the way for the broad use of hydrogen as a clean, green fuel..
  • 3. Dolphins name themselves with a whistle..
  • 4. neuroscientists at the RIKEN-MIT Centre for Neural Circuit Genetics have encoded memories in the brains of mice by manipulating individual neurons in the hope of finding out more about ‘false memories’ in humans.
  • 5. Spiders have personalities, according to researchers at the university of sussex. THey are used to assign chores within colonies.
  • 6. we don’t really want to hear new music say researchers at washington university.
  • 7. Scientists from Michigan State University have produced evidence that evolution does not favour the selfish, disproving a theory popularised in 2012.
  • 8. scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have used stem cells from urine to grow teeth - inside a mouse’s kidney.
  • 9. Adam lived on the same planet as Eve around 135,000 years ago - but they probably didn’t know each other.
  • 10. harvard scientists have created a brain-to-brain interface that allows humans to control other animals with thoughts alone.
  • 11. The first synthetic burger is to be eaten in London - it cost $250,000 dollars to make.
  • 12. Want to find out more?Visit Promoting a more open, efficient and connected academic world @minimanuscript /minimanuscript .com