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Teenage behaviour: It’s not teenagers’ fault, it’s in their brains

Posted on 25 Sep 2007 in Health, Neuroscience

The Telegraph Image: Lavender Dreamer ‘Why do we do this?” asks Jim Stark in Rebel Without a Cause, seconds before a deadly...

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File sharers forced to play fair

Posted on 31 Aug 2007 in Journalism, Online, Technology

BBC Online Image: justinbaeder Researchers have found a way to enforce good manners on file-sharing networks by treating bandwidth as a...

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Manhunt 2 set for US release

Posted on 28 Aug 2007 in Games, Technology

BBC Online Image: Jorge glеz Manhunt 2, a computer game banned in the UK for its extreme violence, is to be released in modified form in...

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Video game sheds light on fear

Posted on 24 Aug 2007 in Health, Journalism, Technology

BBC Online Image: scalleja A Pac-Man-like computer game that delivered electric shocks to gamers has been used to shed light on how the...

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Artificial examiners put to the test

Posted on 24 Aug 2007 in Artificial Intelligence, Journalism, Technology

BBC Online Image: comedy_nose As GCSE students pick up their results this week, they may like to spare a thought for the examiners who...

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Illuminating the net’s Dark Ages

Posted on 23 Aug 2007 in Journalism, Online, Technology

BBC Online Image: mjtmail (tiggy) Imagine a history of World War 2 that failed to cover the events in 1930s Germany. Conventional...

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