How to read a scientific paper

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By Adam RubenJan. 20, 2016. DOI: 10.1126/science.caredit.a1600012 Nothing makes you feel stupid quite like reading a scientific journal article. I remember my first experience with these ultra-congested and aggressively bland manuscripts so dense that scientists are sometimes caught eating them to stay regular. I was in college taking a seminar course in which we had…

THE EQ FACTOR. New brain research suggests that emotions, not IQ, may be the true measure of human intelligence

TIME Magazine-October 2, 1995 Volume 146, No. 14 BY NANCY GIBBS It turns out that a scientist can see the future by watching four-year-olds interact with a marshmallow. The researcher invites the children, one by one, into a plain room and begins the gentle torment. You can have this marshmallow right now, he says. But…

Científicos verifican la “dilatación del tiempo” propuesta por Einstein

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Físicos han verificado una predicción clave de la Teoría especial de la relatividad de Albert Einstein con una precisión sin precedentes. Los experimentos en un acelerador de partículas en Alemania confirman que el tiempo se mueve más lento para un reloj en movimiento que para uno estático. El trabajo es la prueba más rigurosa adquirida…