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This Week’s Top 5 TV Moments: ‘Hannibal’ Digs In

There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix …

First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study

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How The Riot Club's Sam Claflin became a Buller boy

Unpleasantness abounds in The Riot Club, a gruesome feast of deplorability and a vicious, unbridled portrait of privilege. Goldfish are swallowed, whisky is swigged from condoms, bodily fluids are smeared on furniture. One of the more memorable acts of depravity involves an initiation process in …

Brainy processing at your fingertips | Mo Costandi

New research shows that nerve endings in the fingertips perform neural computations that were thought to occur in the brain.<p>The nerve endings in your fingertips can perform complex neural computations that were thought to be carried out by the brain, according to new research published in the …

Woman of 24 found to have no cerebellum in her brain

DON’T mind the gap. A woman has reached the age of 24 without anyone realising she was missing a large part of her brain. The case highlights just …

Brain-to-brain 'telepathic' communication achieved for first time

Team of US-led researchers successfully achieves brain-to-brain communication between humans from India to France<p>For the first time, scientists have been able to send a simple mental message from one person to another without any contact between the two, thousands of miles apart in India and France.<p>…

Meet the mother and father of cognitive neuroscience | Mo Costandi

Independently and almost single-handedly, husband and wife Uta and Chris Frith have transformed the way we view autism and schizophrenia.<p>Chris Frith sits at the kitchen table in his northwest London home, cutting slices of smoked salmon into irregularly-shaped pieces and then placing them in a …