Publication: Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk

First reported Sep 12 2014 - Updated Sep 12 2014 - 1 reports

Crystals, crazy paving and classification systems - blogs roundup

Posts on our network this week included a look at the 1970 British Science Festival, the search for the Higgs, and the ethics of the internet of things Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts over the past week. The Diamond Light ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Sep 12 2014]
First reported Sep 05 2014 - Updated Sep 05 2014 - 1 reports

Pigeons, protons and psychedelic psychiatry - blogs roundup

Posts on our network this week included a preview of a thought experiment at the British Science Festival, a look at the link between mental illness and sexual abuse, and some new brain myths to keep neuroscience bloggers on their toes Welcome to Signal ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Sep 05 2014]
Entities: Proton, Boost, Neuroscience
First reported Aug 29 2014 - Updated Aug 29 2014 - 1 reports

Hodgkin, Who and hospital food - blogs roundup

Posts on the network this week included a look at the work of Yoshiki Sasai, footage of celebrity wolves, and in-depth coverage from the largest ever summit on scientific advice Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts over the past ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 29 2014]
First reported Aug 29 2014 - Updated Aug 29 2014 - 1 reports

Libertarian ideology is the natural enemy of science | David Robert Grimes

Whether the issue is climate change, healthcare or gun control, libertarians are on a permanent collision course with evidence The observation that science and politics make uneasy and often treacherous bedfellows is hardly revelatory. In science, all ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 29 2014]
First reported Aug 26 2014 - Updated Aug 26 2014 - 1 reports

Talking to the voices in our heads | Sam Wilkinson and Felicity Deamer

A promising approach to treating people who hear voices, also known as auditory hallucinations, is to get the patient or therapist to interact with the speaker Somebody hears a voice, but nobody is speaking. It seems reasonable to assume that there ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 26 2014]
First reported Aug 22 2014 - Updated Aug 22 2014 - 1 reports

Take heart: preventing sudden death on the sports field | Henry Roth

A students science project may have provided the key to saving the lives of athletes who have a potentially fatal heart condition How could my supposedly healthy uncle have died unexpectedly at the age of 21? Growing up, I was consumed by the notion ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 22 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

Talking to ourselves: the science of the little voice in your head | Peter Moseley

If we want to understand whats happening in the brain when people hear voices, we first need to understand what happens during ordinary inner speech Most of us will be familiar with the experience of silently talking to ourselves in our head. Perhaps ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 18 2014 - Updated Aug 19 2014 - 1 reports

Robin Williams, depression and the complex causes of suicide | Anne Cooke, Angela Gilchrist and John McGowan

While many people who kill themselves have been experiencing the extreme distress we might think of as depression, thats not always the case and is rarely the whole explanation As the tributes to the actor and comedian Robin Williams continue, so too ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 18 2014]
First reported Aug 15 2014 - Updated Aug 15 2014 - 1 reports

Medals, Mork and the media - blogs roundup

Posts on our network this week included a tribute to Yoshiki Sasai, a look at one wolfs incredible journey across Europe, and a poignant reminder that suicide and depression are not selfish Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 15 2014]
First reported Aug 13 2014 - Updated Aug 13 2014 - 1 reports

Do you hear voices? | Ben Alderson-Day

Auditory verbal hallucinations or hearing voices is not restricted to people who have a form of psychosis. For many, the voices provide support and guidance or have a spiritual aspect Hearing voices is an experience that is very distressing for many ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 13 2014]
First reported Aug 13 2014 - Updated Aug 13 2014 - 1 reports

Nanoparticles could help deliver a killer blow to cancer | David Cox

Nanotherapy is showing promise as a means to target chemotherapy, kill tumour cells by heating or enhance the effectiveness of radiotherapy A hundred years ago, the outbreak of the first world war saw Europes industrial superpowers embark on a technological ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 13 2014]
First reported Aug 08 2014 - Updated Aug 08 2014 - 1 reports

Hamsters, Higgs and historians - blogs roundup

Posts on our network included a look at the race to put humans on Mars, whether closing stroke units can improve survival rates, and some scaremongering facts about Ebola Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts over the past week. ... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 08 2014]
Entities: Hamster, Boost, Ebola

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...My childhood was devoid of what some people are now calling " science capital ", a concept analogous to cultural capital in that possessing it can promote social mobility beyond one's socioeconomic status. Despite my lack of science capital, my secondary school science teachers were so good that I fell in love with the subject and have gone on to have a rewarding career as a science teacher and communicator. But not every child is as lucky as I was with my teachers, and many people can go through life without ever having the opportunity to engage with science. I'm not one of those people who think all children should be forced to study science until they're 18 , but I do believe that a genuine appreciation of science can enrich one's life in ways that literature, music and art cannot."
...Even the Oxford Dictionary defines a chemical as "a distinct compound or substance, especially one which has been artificially prepared or purified."
...This led the authors to conclude that "Homophobia is apparently associated with homosexual arousal that the homophobic individual is either unaware of or denies." In a similar vein, a 2012 study by Netta Weinstein et al found that individuals who experienced low parental approval were sometimes motivated to...
"The systematic review of economic evidence showed that provision of CBT to people with schizophrenia in the UK improved clinical outcomes at no additional cost. This finding was supported by economic modelling undertaken for this guideline, which suggested that provision of CBT might result in net cost savings to the NHS, associated with a reduction in future hospitalisation rates."

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Posts on our network this week included a look at the 1970 British Science Festival, the search for the Higgs, and the ethics of the internet of things Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts over the past week. The Diamond Light ...
Pigeons, protons and psychedelic psychiatry - b... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Sep 05 2014]
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Hodgkin, Who and hospital food - blogs roundup [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 29 2014]
Posts on the network this week included a look at the work of Yoshiki Sasai, footage of celebrity wolves, and in-depth coverage from the largest ever summit on scientific advice Welcome to Signal Boost, our weekly roundup of blog posts over the past ...
Libertarian ideology is the natural enemy of sc... [Published Science: Science blog | guardian.co.uk - Aug 29 2014]
Whether the issue is climate change, healthcare or gun control, libertarians are on a permanent collision course with evidence The observation that science and politics make uneasy and often treacherous bedfellows is hardly revelatory. In science, all ...
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