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Infants track others’ mental states, study

Infants cannot explain their perceptions of external events, and some psychologists think that very young children cannot grasp other people’s mental states until they...

Optimistic Latinos have healthier hearts, study

According to a new study by the University of Illinois, Latinos who are the most optimistic are more likely to have healthy hearts. The study...

Decision-making is shaped by individual differences in the functional brain connectome

According to a new study by the University of Illinois, individual differences are associated with variation in specific brain networks. The research suggests that...

Algorithm could provide harvesting of hand-picked crops

Farmers are the most recent recipients in a universe of information investigation. In the course of recent years, exactness agribusiness has been helping ranchers...

New agricultural robot speed up data collection, observes growing crops

Scientists at the University of Illinois have developed a new lightweight, low-cost agricultural robot that could transform data collection and field scouting for agronomists,...

Study unveils more than a million new cyclic compounds, some with pharmaceutical potential

Researchers say they can now produce a vast library of unique cyclic compounds, some with the capacity to interrupt specific protein-protein interactions that play...

New self aware virtual predator that behaves like living counterpart

Scientists at the University of Illinois have reported that they have developed a new virtual predator that behaves a lot like the original flesh-and-blood...

Study says videos help medical students master physiology concepts

Researchers at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and Carle Illinois College of Medicine have investigated that creating short videos that describe information presented during physiology lectures...

Study seeking rare river crayfish aren’t just kicking rocks

According to a new study at the Illinois Natural History Survey at the University of Illinois, the animal is most abundant in the middle part its...

Responsible behavior in high school, life success 50 years later

A study conducted by specialists from the University of Illinois psychology, University of Houston and University of Tuebingen links being interested and behaving responsibly in high...

Disable children’s parents cut to make care plans

A web-based national parents for their disabled children’s care put perplexed results. It says less than half of parents of children with intellectual and...

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