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A team at the University of Illinois at Chicago has uncovered a new mechanism that helps explain the remarkably rapid, and long-lasting, antidepressant effects of the controversial drug ketamine. The exciting research reveals the drug operates in a similar way to conventional SSRI antidepressants, except is it significantly more effective... Continue Reading Breakthrough study finds new me
A new study from a team at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has revealed an unexpected correlation between Alzheimer's disease and high levels of human herpes virus DNA. The controversial results have rekindled an old hypothesis suggesting viruses may play a part in the development of this devastating degenerative disease... Continue Reading Study linking herpes and Alzheimer's
Transborder Studio has unveiled plans to add a contemporary extension to a Holocaust research centre in western Oslo, Norway, composed of box-shaped volumes that will be built into a hill. Read more
A remarkable new study led by researchers at Columbia University has found that the brain's complex systems for processing taste can be effectively manipulated. In mice, the researchers were able to directly manipulate neurons in the brain, removing the ability to taste sweet and bitter foods, or to make sweet foods taste bitter, and vice versa... Continue Reading Sweet and bitter tastes s
Although Mars appears to be an arid, lifeless place now, about four billion years ago its surface was covered with bodies of water – which may have supported microscopic aquatic life. A new study has determined what type of rocks may be most likely to contain the fossilized remains of such microbes... Continue Reading Study suggests where to hunt for fossils on Mars Category: Space Tags:
A new study, led by researchers from King's College London, has found a link between long-term use of antidepressants and sustained weight gain. The research, collating medical data from over 300,000 adults monitored over a decade, suggests that widespread, and increasing, antidepressant use could be contributing to growing obesity levels worldwide... Continue Reading Long-term study finds
Continuing our study on replayability, it's time for a quick refresher on the difference between randomly and procedurally generated content. ...
A new study from researchers at Drexel University has found that third-hand smoke – chemical residue from cigarette smoke – can spread more pervasively than previously thought, even moving throughout a seemingly "smoke-free" building. But despite this compelling research, the dangers to human health still remain unclear... Continue Reading Study finds third-hand smoke more pervasive than p
Foreshadowing is a valuable tool that every game maker should have in their arsenal, so we reached out to some devs who know their stuff for tips and examples of games that do it well. ...
A recent study published by the Empirical Software Engineering journal examines negative and positive reviews for over 6,224 games left on the Steam platform ...


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