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How You Help a Child Go to Sleep Is Related to Their Behavioral Development

Summary: The method by which a parent helps their young child to sleep impacts their behavior, a new study reports. Children of parents who use passive sleep assistance methods, such as singing or cuddling, have higher sociability scores. Those with parents who use more active sleep methods, such as playing ...

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Berkeley Analysis Reveals the Age of Yosemite Valley

In 2010, two of the study’s authors — David Shuster of UC Berkeley (left) and Yosemite Park geologist Greg Stock (right) — collected rock samples from the rim of Yosemite Valley, where the granite has eroded only slowly over the last 50 million years. In the distance is the ...

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Why We Feel Like Christmas Comes Around More Quickly Each Year

Summary: For children, the run-up to Christmas seems to take forever, but for adults, time appears to fly as the Holiday season approaches. Researchers say this is because our perception of time alters as we age. Source: The Conversation Think back to your childhood. December was the longest of months. ...

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A Brain Circuit Underpinning Locomotor Speed Control

Summary: A neural circuit that decodes the start, duration, and sudden change of speed of locomotion has been identified. Source: Karolinska Institute Researchers at Karolinska have uncovered how brain circuits encode the start, duration and sudden change of speed of locomotion. The study is published in Neuron. Locomotion—”moving around” in the ...

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Science Textbooks Wrong? 525-Million-Year-Old Fossil Defies Common Explanation for Brain Evolution

Artist’s impression of an individual 525-million-year-old Cardiodictyon catenulum on the shallow coastal sea floor, emerging from the shelter of a small stromatolite built by photosynthetic bacteria. Credit: Nicholas Strausfeld/University of Arizona According to a new study, fossils of a tiny sea creature with a delicately preserved nervous system solve ...

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What’s Next for China’s Lunar Exploration Plans?

China is starting to become a force in space exploration. Its main focal point of lunar exploration has started bearing fruit, with several successes, including a sample return mission and the first-ever craft to land on the far side. So what’s next for the Lunar Exploration Program? Establishing a ...

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Many Clouds on Mars are Driven by Dust, not Water

One of the benefits of having a cluster of satellites orbiting another planet is that scientists can then analyze that planet’s weather. Sometimes in that process, they find patterns that are strikingly similar to those found on our home planet. That was the case recently when a group of ...

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Astronomers Spotted a Tiny Asteroid A Few Hours Before it Impacted the Earth, and Predicted Exactly Where and When it Would Crash

Humanity is getting better a planetary defense. At least from external threats from outer space. As long as they’re just dumb rocks that follow the laws of physics. And a group of extraordinary humans proved it last week when the planetary defense community jumped into action to accurately track ...

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MIT Reveals: How Nervous Systems Integrate Environment and State To Control Behavior

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OpenAI successfully trained a Minecraft bot using 70,000 hours of gameplay videos

See the Far Side of the Moon: Incredibly Detailed Pictures From Artemis I Orion Close Lunar Flyby

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