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14 June, 2011

NEWS ON Maths, Science, Education

 Pupils 'should study maths to 18', say experts
Telegraph.co.uk
All children should be forced to study mathematics up the age of 18 to prevent the vast majority of pupils leaving school with poor numeracy skills, according to experts. By Graeme Paton, Education Editor Sixth-formers should take a new generation of ...
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China and India are grabbing future jobs: Obama
Moneycontrol.com
Published on Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 08:31 | Source : PTI Asking Americans to focus more on science, mathematics and technology, US President Barack Obama said these are the subjects in which students from India and China are marching ahead and are ...
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Key Component in Lethal Lung Cancer Complication Identified
Science Daily (press release)
ScienceDaily (June 13, 2011) — A protein previously thought not to exist in adult human lungs not only is present in normal and cancerous lung tissue, scientists have found, but it also has a major role in the development of a lethal complication of ...
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Birdsong independent of brain size: Sex difference in the brain varies ...
Science Daily (press release)
ScienceDaily (June 12, 2011) — The brains of all vertebrates display gender-related differences. In songbirds, for example, the size of the brain areas that control their singing behaviour could be linked to the size of their song repertoires. ...
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