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Lebbeus Woods Remains an Architect Unbounded by the Status Quo - NYTimes.com

Lebbeus Woods Remains an Architect Unbounded by the Status Quo - NYTimes.com | Neurolife | Scoop.it

Not so long ago many of the world’s greatest architectural talents behaved as though the actual construction of buildings was beneath them. During the 1960s firms like Superstudio in Florence, Italy, and Archigram in London were designing urban visions intended to shake up the status quo. These projects — walking, mechanized cities and mirrored megastructures that extended over mountain ranges and across deserts — were stinging attacks on a professional mainstream that avant-garde architects believed lacked imaginative energy.

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How microRNAs Helped Evolve Unique Human Brains

How microRNAs Helped Evolve Unique Human Brains | Neurolife | Scoop.it

Genetic activity levels in the human brain during development might be caused by a handful of key regulatory molecules called microRNAs, which could explain how human cognitive abilities evolved in less than six million years.

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Elaborative Talk During and After an Event: Conversational Style Influences Children's Memory Reports

Elaborative Talk During and After an Event: Conversational Style Influences Children's Memory Reports.

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Neuroscientists Find Greater Complexity In How We Perceive Motion

How we perceive motion is a significantly more complex process than previously thought...

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